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With 91 instances per day, the NCR is currently considered very low risk’ for Covid-19.

According to the OCTA Research Group, the National Capital Region (NCR) now has a very low-risk rating for Covid-19, with just 91 new cases reported per day from December 6 to 12.

“The incidence or average daily attack rate (ADAR) reduced to less than one at 0.64 per 100,000 [individuals], while reproduction was extremely low at 0.39,” according to the most recent OCTA data.

NCR’s optimism rate is 0.9 percent, according to the report.

Pateros, Caloocan, Las Pias, Mandaluyong, Paraaque, Marikina, Pasig, Navotas, Valenzuela, San Juan, Manila, Pasay, and Taguig are among the 13 local government units (LGUs) in the NCR rated as very low risk.

Pateros had the lowest growth rate of the 13 LGUs, with no new infections and a 20 percent healthcare utilization rate (HCUR).

Meanwhile, due to HCURs ranging from 31 to 37 percent and intensive care unit usage rates (ICUR) ranging from 33 to 61 percent, the four other LGUs in the region were classified as low risk.

Muntinlupa, Quezon City, Malabon, and Makati are the four local government units. At 61 percent, Muntinlupa had the highest ICUR.

The NCR has 26 percent of 1,200 ICU beds, 19 percent of 4,700 isolation beds, 19 percent of 3,800 ward beds, and 17 percent of 1,000 ventilators dedicated to Covid-19 patients, according to the Department of Health.

Only three new cases are recorded by PNP.

Only three new cases of Covid-19 infections had been reported by the Philippine National Police (PNP) as of Monday.

With only 30 ongoing infections, the overall number of Covid-19 cases has risen to 42,234 since the pandemic began last year.

The PNP also reported two new recoveries, bringing the total number of officers recovered to 42,079.

No further fatalities were reported, therefore the death toll remained at 125.

Meanwhile, 94.65% of PNP personnel have been fully vaccinated or have received two doses of any Covid-19 vaccine, totaling 213,532 people.

Around 4.66 percent, or 10,518 people, have had their first dose and are waiting for their second.

Unvaccinated police officers accounted for 0.68 percent of the total, or 1,542 officers.

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