Antipolo City caps off April with zero new Covid-19 cases

The City Health Office (CHO) of Antipolo City recorded zero new Covid-19 cases on the last day of the month, April 30.

A woman administers a Covid-19 vaccine shot to a man in one of the vaccination sites in Antipolo City. (Photo courtesy of the Antipolo Gov't Facebook Page)

This is consistent with the CHO’s daily records showing low numbers, ranging from zero to three, of newly-infected individuals by the Covid-19 virus in the city throughout April.

During the last week of the month, two new cases were recorded on Monday, April 25. It dropped to zero from Tuesday, April 26 until Thursday, April 28.

There was a slight increase seen on Friday, April 29, wherein three new cases were logged — two in Barangay Mayamot, and one in Dela Paz -- which reverted back to zero on Saturday.

The city had a total of only nine active Covid-19 cases as of April 30.

Three active cases were found in Barangay Mayamot.

Meanwhile, one active case was found in each of the following barangays: San Roque, San Jose, San Isidro, Mambugan, Dela Paz, and Bagong Nayon.

To maintain the low-level of Covid-19 infections, the vaccination roll-out for adults, and the pediatric age groups remains in the various vaccination sites in the city.

The minimum health and safety standards are continuously being followed by residents and enforced by the local government.

As of April 30, Antipolo City has 23,459 confirmed cases, 22,936 recoveries, and 514 deaths.