By Anthony Giron
Imus City, Cavite—The number of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in the four biggest districts and at least four municipalities in the province was observed to have gradually increased over the last 10 days, after more cases were recorded in Bacoor, Dasmariñas, Imus, and General Trias, the latest local case tracker reports revealed.
A number of case recoveries in these areas were also reported during the month.
The city government of Bacoor on Thursday (June 18) said they have a total of 150 cases, including three new cases and four new recoveries.
With 150 cases, Bacoor was the top in terms of case numbers in Cavite province.
The Bacoor case tracker report showed that of the 150 cases, 11 died and 87 have recovered, including the last four reported, with 52 active, 27 probable, and 43 suspect cases.
In her latest report, Mayor Jennifer A. Barzaga said Dasmariñas has 84 cases, with 10 deaths and 44 recoveries, and 30 active and 123 suspect cases.
In his Sunday report. Imus Mayor Emmanuel Leonardo Maliksi said that the city has 71 cases, with nine deaths, 45 recoveries, and 17 active cases.
In its latest report, the General Trias city government recorded 35 total cases, with five deaths and 21 recoveries, nine active, 99 probable, 962 suspect, and 366 cleared cases.
The municipalities that reported case increases in the last 10 days were Silang, Rosario (also called Salinas), Carmona, and General Mariano Alvarez (GMA).
Silang now has 21 total cases, Rosario, 17, Carmona, 16, and GMA, 15.
The latest COVID-19 case data or tracker reports and messages of Bacoor, Dasmariñas, and General Trias and some other cities and municipalities can be viewed regularly on posts of the local governments and/or the mayors on their Facebook pages.