For the fourth consecutive day, the country logged below 1,000 cases of coronavirus disease on Sunday, Nov. 28.
The country’s running total of cases stood at 2,831,807 after 838 more cases were detected. Of the total, 16,630 are still receiving treatment, as shown in the latest case bulletin of the Department of Health (DOH).
Forty-seven percent of the active cases have mild symptoms, 7.1 percent have no symptoms, 6.5 percent were in critical condition, 15.2 percent were severely ill, while 23.36 percent have moderate symptoms.
Another 1,217 patients recuperated. These cases brought the total number of recoveries to 2,766,816 or 97.7 percent of the overall case count.
There were also 156 more fatalities, raising the country’s COVID-19 death count to 48,361 or 1.71 percent of the case total.
As the government is monitoring the threat of the Omicron coronavirus variant, the DOH reminded the public not to be complacent.
“Huwag maging kampante dahil sa mababang kaso ng COVID-19 na naitatala araw-araw. Alalahanin na ang COVID-19 ay nasa ating paligid lamang (Don’t be complacent just because of the low number of COVID-19 cases that are recorded every day. Remember that COVID-19 is still around us),” the DOH said.
“Kaya ugaliing sumunod sa minimum public health standards at makiisa sa darating na Bayanihan, Bakunahan upang makaiwas mula sa COVID-19. Kasabay nito ang ating pagiging alisto sa mga sintomas (Make it a habit to adhere to the minimum public health standards and join the upcoming ‘Bayanihan, Bakunahan’ to avoid COVID-19. At the same time, we have to be alert to the symptoms of this disease),” it added.