According to the seven-day moving average of new infections, the growth of Covid-19 cases in…
According to a specialist in infectious diseases, Covid-19 won’t go away soon.
An infectious disease specialist predicted that the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) epidemic would not be over in two to three months.
Dr. Rontgene Solante stated that the country’s Covid-19 statistics are low in comparison to those published in January or September of the previous year in a televised public briefing.
But with this BA.5 variety in particular, tuloy-tuloy pa rin ang mayroon tayong community transmission. And in reality, according to recent research, there is still widespread community transmission, particularly with the BA.5 type. In reality, several locations are at moderate danger according to our most recent data, he added.
The World Health Organization (WHO) previously said that the pandemic’s conclusion might already be felt because several regions report a marked decline in the number of new infections and fatalities.
Solante pointed out that the national rate of healthcare utilization is still low.
According to WHO statistics, the Philippines was fifth in the world for reporting new deaths on a weekly basis last week. As of last week, the Philippines ranked fifth globally in the number of new deaths reported every week, according to WHO data. This indicates that the pandemic may not stop over the next two to three months.
According to the nation’s medical professionals, every Filipino can contribute to the end of the pandemic by adhering to the safety precautions, such as wearing a face mask, getting the Covid-19 vaccine series and booster shots, keeping a physical distance, and ensuring that there is adequate ventilation indoors.
Due to the spread of illness between the partially and completely vaccinated, Solante urged the public to maintain using face masks both indoors and outside.
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