Quezon City reports latest COVID-19 tally, testing, other initiatives under ECQ

Published April 15, 2020, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By Chito Chavez

The number of COVID-19 cases in Quezon City has reached 982, up by 41 from the previous 941 based on Department of Health (DOH) data as of 7 p.m. of April 15.
From the previous 634 validated cases reported by the Quezon City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (QCESU) and the District Health Offices, the tally jumped to 661 in the same period.
In the latest report of the Quezon City Health Department (QCHD), the total number of confirmed cases with complete addresses in Quezon City has now reached 812, 26 more than the previous 786.
Meanwhile, the number of active COVID-19 cases in the city, which pertains to those who are still alive and have not fully recovered, has increased to 510 from the previous 489.
From the previous 75 COVID-19 related deaths, the number has risen to 79 while the total tally of recoveries is now at 72.
Breakdown of COVID-19 cases per barangay
District 1-125: Bagong Pag-asa, 8; Bahay Toro, 17; Bungad, 4; Damayan, 4; Del Monte, 4; Katipunan, 1; Lourdes 5; Maharlika, 4; Manresa, 6; Mariblo, 5; Masambong, 2; NS Amoranto, 1; Pag-ibig sa Nayon, 1; Paltok, 9; Phil-am, 4; Project 6, 2; Ramon Magsaysay, 3; Salvacion, 5; San Antonio, 3; San Isidro Labrador, 3; San Jose, 1; Santa Cruz, 2; Sienna, 3; Sta.Teresita, 3; Sto. Cristo, 6; Sto. Domingo, 10; Veterans Village, 5; West Triangle, 4.
Deaths-16: Bahay Toro, 1; Lourdes, 2; Maharlika, 1; Manresa, 1; Masambong, 1; Pag-ibig sa Nayon, 1; Paltok, 2; Phil-am, 2; Project 6, 1; San Isidro Labrador, 1; Sienna, 1; Sto Domingo, 1; West Triangle, 1.
Recoveries-14: Bahay Toro, 1; Bungad, 1; Damayan, 1; Maharlika, 2; NS Amoranto, 1; Paltok, 1; Ramon Magsaysay, 1; Salvacion, 1; San Antonio, 1; San Isidro Labrador, 2; San Jose, 1; Sienna, 1.
Active/Recovering-95: Bagong Pag-asa, 8; Bahay Toro, 15; Bungad, 3; Damayan, 3; Del Monte, 4; Katipunan, 1; Lourdes 3; Maharlika, 1; Manresa, 5; Mariblo, 5; Masambong, 1; NS Amoranto, 0; Pag-ibig sa Nayon, 0; Paltok, 6; Phil-am, 2; Project 6, 1; Ramon Magsaysay, 2; Salvacion, 4; San Antonio, 2; San Isidro Labrador, 0; San Jose, 0; Santa Cruz, 2; Sienna, 1; Sta. Teresita, 3; Sto. Cristo, 6; Sto. Domingo, 9; Veterans Village, 5; West Triangle, 3.
District 2-70: Bagong Silangan, 7; Batasan Hills, 34; Commonwealth, 7; Holy Spirit, 17; Payatas, 5.
Deaths-7: Bagong Silangan, 1; Batasan Hills, 4; Holy Spirit, 2.
Recoveries-8: Bagong Silangan, 3; Batasan Hills, 1; Commonwealth, 1; Holy Spirit, 2; Payatas, 1.
Active/Recovering-55: Bagong Silangan, 3; Batasan Hills, 29; Commonwealth, 6; Holy Spirit, 13; Payatas, 4.
District 3-134: Amihan, 1; Bagumbayan, 1; Bagumbuhay, 2; Blue Ridge A, 2; Blue Ridge B, 1; Camp Aguinaldo, 3; Dioquino Zobel, 1; Duyan-duyan, 2; E. Rodriguez, 10; East Kamias, 1; Escopa 1, 2; Escopa 3, 1; Libis, 3; Loyola Heights, 9; Marilag, 4; Masagana, 1; Matandang Balara, 30; Milagrosa, 4; Pansol, 10; Quirino 2-A, 2; Quirino 2-B, 1; Quirino 2-C, 2; Quirino 3-A, 1; San Roque, 8; Silangan, 3; Socorro, 15; Ugong Norte, 7; West Kamias, 2; White Plains, 5.
Deaths-13: E Rodriguez, 2; Escopa 1, 1; Loyola Heights, 1; Matandang Balara, 1; Milagrosa, 1; Pansol, 2; San Roque, 2; Silangan, 1; Socorro, 2.
Recoveries-16: E. Rodriguez, 1; Loyola Heights, 2; Marilag, 1; Matandang Balara, 4; Pansol, 3; San Roque, 1; Socorro, 1; Ugong Norte, 2; White Plains, 1.
Active/Recovering-105: Amihan, 1; Bagumbayan, 1; Bagumbuhay, 2; Blue Ridge A, 2; Blue Ridge B, 1; Camp Aguinaldo, 3; Dioquino Zobel, 1; Duyan-duyan, 2; E. Rodriguez, 7; East Kamias, 1; Escopa 1, 1; Escopa 3, 1; Libis, 3; Loyola Heights, 6; Marilag, 3; Masagana, 1; Matandang Balara, 25; Milagrosa, 3; Pansol, 5; Quirino 2-A, 2; Quirino 2-B, 1; Quirino 2-C, 2; Quirino 3-A, 1; San Roque, 5; Silangan, 2; Socorro, 12; Ugong Norte, 5; West Kamias, 2; White Plains, 4.
District 4-172: Bagong Lipunan ng Crame, 17; Botocan, 1; Central, 8; Damayang Lagi, 7; Don Manuel, 4; Dona Aurora, 2; Dona Imelda, 4; Horseshoe, 2; Immaculate Concepcion, 8; Kalusugan, 5; Kamuning, 7; Kaunlaran, 7; Kristong Hari, 6; Laging Handa, 6; Malaya, 2; Mariana, 5; Obrero, 1; Paligsahan, 4; Pinagkaisahan, 6; Pinyahan, 11; Roxas, 2; Sacred Heart, 4; San Isidro, 5; San Martin De Porres, 2; Santol, 2; Sikatuna Village, 1; South Triangle, 12; Sto. Nino, 3; Tatalon, 12; Teachers Vill. East, 2; Teachers Village West, 2; UP Campus, 4; UP Village, 3; Valencia, 5.
Deaths-22: Dona Imelda, 1; Horse shoe, 1; Immaculate Concepcion, 2; Kalusugan, 1; Kamuning, 1; Kaunlaran, 1; Kristong Hari, 3; Mariana, 1; Paligsahan, 2; Pinagkaisahan, 1; San Isidro, 1; Santol, 1; Sikatuna Village, 1; South Triangle, 1; Sto Nino, 1; Tatalon, 2; UP Campus, 1.
Recoveries-19: Bagong Lipunan ng Crame, 5; Don Manuel, 2; Kalusugan, 1; Kamuning, 1; Kaunlaran, 1; Malaya, 1; Mariana, 1; Paligsahan, 1; Pinagkaisahan, 1; San Martin De Porres, 1; Tatalon, 1; Teachers VIll. West, 2; Valencia, 1.
Active/Recovering-131: Bagong Lipunan ng Crame, 12; Botocan, 1; Central,8; Damayang Lagi, 7; Don Manuel, 2; Dona Aurora, 2; Dona Imelda, 3; Horseshoe, 1; Immaculate Concepcion, 6; Kalusugan, 3; Kamuning, 5; Kaunlaran, 5; Kristong Hari, 3; Laging Handa, 6; Malaya, 1; Mariana, 3; Obrero, 1; Paligsahan, 1; Pinagkaisahan, 5; Pinyahan, 11; Roxas, 2; Sacred Heart, 4; San Isidro, 4; San Martin De Porres, 1; Santol, 1; Sikatuna Village, 0; South Triangle, 11; Sto. Nino, 2; Tatalon, 9; Teachers Vill. East, 2; Teachers Vill. West, 0; UP Campus, 3; UP Village, 3; Valencia, 4.
District 5-55: Bagbag, 7; Fairview, 7; Greater Lagro, 3; Gulod, 2; Kaligayahan, 6; Nagkaisang Nayon, 1; North Fairview, 5; Novaliches Proper, 7; Pasong Putik, 3; San Agustin, 2; San Bartolome, 8; Santa Monica, 3; Sta Lucia, 1.
Deaths-10: Bagbag, 1; Fairview, 2; Gulod, 1; Kaligayahan, 1; North Fairview, 1; Novaliches Proper, 1; Pasong Putik, 1; San Agustin, 1; San Bartolome, 1.
Recoveries-4: Bagbag, 1; Fairview, 1; San Bartolome, 2.
Active/Recovering-41: Bagbag, 5; Fairview, 4; Greater Lagro, 3; Gulod, 1; Kaligayahan, 5; Nagkaisang Nayon, 1;  North Fairview, 4; Novaliches Proper, 6; Pasong Putik, 2; San Agustin, 1; San Bartolome, 5; Santa Monica, 3; Sta Lucia, 1.
District 6-105: Apolonio Samson, 3; Baesa, 1; Balong Bato, 3; Culiat, 24; New Era, 24; Pasong Tamo, 21; Sangandaan, 3; Sauyo, 5; Talipapa, 5; Tandang Sora, 16.
Deaths-11: Culiat, 2; New Era, 2; Pasong Tamo, 2; Sauyo, 1; Tandang Sora, 4.
Recoveries-11: Culiat, 4; New Era, 2; Pasong Tamo, 5.
Active/Recovering-83: Apolonio Samson, 3; Baesa, 1; Balong Bato, 3; Culiat, 18; New Era, 20; Pasong Tamo, 14; Sangandaan, 3; Sauyo, 4; Talipapa, 5; Tandang Sora, 12.
Extreme enhanced community quarantine (EECQ)
As in the past, Mayor Joy Belmonte clarified that the city government enforces the EECQ in barangays with two or more confirmed COVID-19 cases and in different streets and/or in congested urban poor areas where fast transmission is most likely.
However, Belmonte said this will still be subjected to daily review depending on the number of cases / recoveries.
She noted the newly reported barangays with two cases have not yet been included in the list as they are still undergoing validation.
As of 7 p.m. of April 15, the Quezon City government has enforced the EECQ in the following barangays:
Tandang Sora, Kalusugan, Ramon Magsaysay, Maharlika, Tatalon, Batasan Hills, Pasong Tamo, Central, San Roque, Paligsahan, Bagong Lipunan ng Crame, South Triangle, Culiat, Bahay Toro, E. Rodriguez, San Isidro Labrador, Matandang Balara, Teachers Village West, Manresa, Paltok, Sto. Domingo, Bagong Silangan, Holy Spirit, Payatas, Marilag, Socorro, Kamuning, Pinyahan, San Isidro Galas, Commonwealth and Pansol.
Hope 1 Facility
 
As of April 15, Hope 1, a temporary quarantine facility. has five available rooms. At present, 31 confirmed COVID-19 patients and four probable patients are in the facility.
Hope 2 Facility
As of  April 15, Hope 2 has 107 available beds for confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients. Those who have been tested in QC’s community-based testing are brought to Hope 2 for self-isolation while waiting for their results.
‘Kalingang Quezon City (QC)’ report 
As of April 15 at least 18,400 tricycle, jeepney, and taxi drivers have received financial assistance from the ‘Kalingang QC’ program. The city government has provided cash aid to the city’s tricycle and jeepney drivers, market vendors, solo parents, and persons with disability (PWDs) whose financial burden took a nosedive as the ECQ was imposed.
Quezon City community-based testing
Some 149 COVID-19 tests were conducted on April 15 at the city’s community-based testing initiative, various local government hospitals, and by the QCESU.
Belmonte said 75 tests were conducted at the Quezon Memorial Circle, 32 in Quezon City General Hospital, nine in Novaliches District Hospital, and 33 by the QCESU.
Belmonte announced that those who wish to be tested for COVID-19 must first visit their barangay health centers for preliminary interviews and evaluation before being scheduled for tests in the various testing sites.
Stricter market rules 
Belmonte ordered the strict implementation of precautionary measures such as social distancing and sanitation procedures in all city’s markets.
She directed market authorities of the eight city-run markets and 73 privately-owned markets including the talipapas (street markets) to ensure that the areas of the vacant spaces or walkways of these markets are computed based on the walkway-to-individual ratio.
In maintaining crowd control and social distancing, Belmonte said there will be single entry and exit points in all the city’s markets
She reminded the public that the city’s markets will be open only from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. everyday.
 
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