DOH records 1,101 new Covid-19 cases during the past week

The Department of Health (DOH) reported on Monday, Feb. 13 a total of 1,101 new Covid-19 cases were recorded during the past week.


In its weekly case bulletin, DOH said that the daily average cases are currently at 157 which is 9 percent higher than the cases on Jan. 30 to Feb. 5.

DOH recorded two new cases tagged under severe and critical cases. Currently, there are 426 severe and critical admissions which is 6.2 percent of total Covid-19 admissions.

On the other hand, 311 out of 2,243 or 13.9 percent of Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds are being used, while 3,402 out of 17,344 or 19.6 percent of non-ICU beds are being utilized.

Meanwhile, DOH also verified 98 more deaths due to Covid-19 during the past week. It mentioned that 6 deaths occurred on Jan. 30 to Feb. 12.

Of the 98 deaths, six occurred in February 2023, 17 in January 2023, three in December 2022, seven in November 2022, one in October 2022, three in March 2022, six in February 2022, 11 in January 2022, one in December 2021, five in November 2021, five in October 2021, seven in September 2021, five in August 2021, two in July 2021, six in June 2021, one in May 2021, five in April 2021, three in February 2021, one in December 2020, one in October 2020, and two in August 2020.

In terms of Covid-19 vaccination, a total of 73,860,103 individuals have been fully vaccinated while 21,450,894 have received boosters or additional doses.