Pasay posts lowest Covid-19 cases in NCR
Pasay City Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano said the local government succeeded in bringing down the number of coronavirus cases in the city, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.
Rubiano, in a Facebook post, announced that the city recorded less than 300 active cases of Covid-19.
She said the implementation of the localized lockdown and the city government’s prevent-detect-isolate-treat and reintegrate (PDITR) were effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Rubiano appealed to residents for their continued cooperation in the fight against COVID-19 by staying home and by observing the minimum health protocols.
She said that as of April 29, the City Health Office recorded only 290 active cases with 41 new cases.
She added that bed vacancies at the city’s four quarantine facilities are increasing which is proof that the virus spread in the city is being contained.
The four quarantines facilities in the city such as the Pasay City Sports Complex has 59 bed vacancies and zero patients confined; Burgos Elementary School with 54 beds vacant, four still confined, and two for discharge on May 1; Mall of Asia with 80 patients still has 29 bed vacancies, 13 were discharged on April 30 and 11 will be discharged on May 1, and the Folk Arts Theater with 40 patients still confined and 35 bed vacancies.
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