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According to DOH, Covid-19 is a moderate risk in 5 locations of the NCR.

Four cities and one municipality in Metro Manila were deemed to be at “moderate risk” for coronavirus illness 2019 by the Department of Health (DOH) on Saturday (Covid-19). Four cities and one municipality in Metro Manila were deemed to be at “moderate risk” for coronavirus illness 2019 by the Department of Health (DOH) on Saturday (Covid-19).

According to the two-week growth rate, average daily attack rate, and hospital use rate, the risk level has increased in Pasig, San Juan, Quezon City, Marikina, and Pateros.

However, this does not necessarily mean that Metro Manila would be instantly placed under Alert Level 2, as the evidence does not yet point to the need for escalation.

“They were classified as a moderate risk because of the sudden rise in cases, but this is because they started at few cases and their growth rate increased by more than 200 percent,” she said in a Laging Handa briefing. “(They were classified as a moderate risk because of the sudden rise in cases, but this is because they started at few cases and their growth rate increased by more than 200 percent.)”

“That’s merely computation and there’s no reason to panic, but we should constantly be watchful,” the proverb says. “Computation ‘yan at hindi kailangang mabahala.”

Vergeire claimed that because Covid-19 is contagious, the transmission of the illness is inevitable, which is why DOH constantly supervises hospital admission for serious and life-threatening cases.

Only one of the five showed an increase in hospital utilization, with the other four being “less than 50%”.

“As of right now, there is no need for escalation to Alert Level 2. (we do not see it yet). However, the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF), which will make the decision, will determine if by next week biglang magtaas (if by next week we witness a dramatic increase) “She stated

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