Another 1,974 cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) were confirmed in the past 24 hours, the Department of Health (DOH) said on Thursday, Nov. 11
The newly confirmed cases pushed the country’s running tally of cases to 2,811,248.
Only 28,660 cases remain active nationwide, the DOH said. Sixty-two percent were in mild condition, 5.9 percent were asymptomatic, 10.4 percent were in severe condition, 4.4 percent were critically ill, while 17.15 percent were in moderate condition.
There were 2,388 new survivors, bringing the total of recoveries to 2,737,722.
Meanwhile, 142 new deaths were reported. In a separate advisory, the DOH also said there were 60 additional deaths which “were due to technical issues encountered” with its system last Nov. 8.” With these deaths, the country’s fatality tally increased to 44,866.
“Sa ating patuloy na pagsunod sa Minimum Public Health Standards at pagbabakuna nakasalalay ang kaligtasan ng bawat isa sa atin (The safety of each and every one of us depends to our continued compliance with the Minimum Public Health Standards and vaccination),” the DOH said.
“Kasabay nito ang ating pagiging alisto sa mga sintomas. Sa oras na makaramdam ay agad makipag uganyan sa Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams o One COVID Referral Center (At the same time, we have to be alert on the symptoms [of COVID-19). As soon as you feel any symptoms, contact the Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams or One COVID Referral Center immediately),” it added.