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PH finds 225 more instances of the three Omicron subvariants.

As of August 9, 225 more examples of three Omicron subvariants — 190 BA.5, 34 BA.4, and one BA.2.12.1 — have been discovered in the nation.

There were 162 instances of BA.5 in the Western Davao Region, 23 cases in Socksargen, three cases in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), and one case each in Caraga and the National Capital Region (NCR).

“One hundred forty-nine individuals are fully vaccinated, apat ay partially vaccinated, habang ang 37 ay inaalam pa ang vaccination status,” Department of Health (DOH) officer-in-charge Maria Rosario Vergeire said on Friday. “Four are partially vaccinated while the vaccination status of the 37 is still being verified.”

The DOH is still investigating each sick person’s travel and exposure history.

175 of the cases have been marked as recovered as of this writing, seven are still being isolated, and the results of the other eight cases are still being confirmed.

There have been 4,203 cases of BA.5 found in our nation overall, according to the most recent sequencing run, Vergeire said.

Of the extra BA.4 cases, 11 came from the Davao region and 23 were from Socksargen.

Twenty-seven of them have had all of their recommended vaccinations, while the status of the remaining seven people is currently being confirmed.

Their exposures and travel histories are currently being verified by the DOH.

While the outcome of the final case is still being checked, 33 of the cases are marked as recovered.

The Davao Region is where the additional BA.2.12.1 instance originated.

We still don’t know the case’s exposure, travel history, or vaccination status.

The person is currently marked as recovered.

There are currently 149 BA.4 cases and 182 BA.2.12.1 cases reported in the nation.


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