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Metro Manila now at low threat for COVID-19 transmission – OCTA


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Metro Manila skyline at night time. As of Feb. 9, 2022, key coronavirus figures within the Nationwide Capital Area have gone down, in keeping with Dr. Guido David, OCTA Analysis fellow. (INQUIRER FILE PHOTO / JILSON SECKLER TIU)

MANILA, Philippines — Metro Manila is now at low threat for COVID-19 transmission as its copy quantity and different key coronavirus figures have decreased not too long ago, Dr. Guido David, an OCTA Analysis fellow, mentioned in a Twitter submit on Wednesday.

“As predicted two weeks in the past, NCR improves to low threat as of February 9,” David mentioned in his tweet.

By Wednesday, Metro Manila’s copy decreased from the earlier week’s 0.41 to 0.25, its positivity charge from 15 % to 9.1 %, its common every day assault charge (ADAE) from 17.83 to six.67.

ADAR refers back to the common variety of new COVID-19 instances per 100,000 people.

The seven-day common from Feb. 3 to 9 in Metro Manila (additionally known as the Nationwide Capital Area or NCR) was additionally a lot decrease in comparison with final week, down from 2, 525 to 945 common instances.

Metro Manila is at present below Alert Degree 2 till Feb. 15.

The Division of Well being earlier recorded 3,651 new instances of COVID-19 nationwide, the second time the nation recorded lower than 5,000 instances for the reason that newest surge brought on by the Omicron variant.

Energetic COVID-19 instances nationwide at the moment are down from 3,623,176 to 96,326.


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