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In CDO, 144 patients recover from Covid-19.

On Tuesday, the municipal government reported the recovery and eventual discharge of 144 coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) patients from several hospitals in the city.

In a briefer on the internet. Three of the discharged patients were from the Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC) and one from a Covid-19 facility in San Simon village, which is also under the supervision of NMMC, according to Dr. Ted Yu Jr, municipal health office (CHO) medical officer.

The remaining 140 patients were discharged from various hospitals.

Yu stated that the number of Covid-19 cases hospitalized to hospitals dropped from 786 to 642 as a result of the large single-day recovery of patients.

“The discharging procedure has been quick in the different hospitals because the majority of the instances are minor,” Yu explained.

Mayor Oscar Moreno praised the hospitals’ efforts and expressed optimism that the decrease in admitted patients would have a significant influence on the city’s total bed usage rate for Covid-19 cases.

“It’s encouraging to learn that the total number of admitted (Covid-19 cases) has decreased significantly, particularly in hospitals where the majority of cases are mild to moderate. He expressed his delight at the news.

According to Yu, the city’s current total bed usage rate is 51.89 percent, down from 52.64 percent in the previous report.

He pointed out that the Covid-19 average daily attack rate (ADAR) has remained at 28.84 percent over the past two days, as well as the two-week growth rate, which has remained at 20 percent.

According to CHO data, local inhabitants account for 519 of the total admitted patients in hospitals, while non-Cagayan de Oro residents account for 123.

There are 83 positive cases from Misamis Oriental, 34 from Bukidnon, two from Lanao del Norte, and one case each from Iligan City, Camiguin, Butuan City, and Lanao del Sur among the 123 non-city inhabitants.

Meanwhile, the municipal government reported 110 new Covid-19 cases, down from an average of 300 new cases over the previous few days.

The city has documented a total of 24,953 overall Covid-19 cases, 20,647 recoveries, 3,410 active cases, and 896 deaths since the pandemic began in March 2020.

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