Metro Manila’s coronavirus disease (COVID-19) reproduction number has decreased, but an OCTA Research fellow reiterated that efforts from the public should be “sustained” to avoid the further transmission of the virus.
OCTA warns of ‘severe’ Omicron outbreak in Metro Manila; says 3 PH areas are now under ‘mature’ stage of the surge
The Omicron outbreak in Metro Manila remains severe, while three highly-urbanized cities (HUCs) in the Philippines are now classified under the “mature stage” of the surge, an OCTA Research fellow said on Thursday, Jan. 13.
Compared to three to four weeks ago, all regions have shown a decrease in coronavirus disease (COVID-19) average daily attack rates as the country is now under minimal risk case classification, the Department of Health said on Monday, Dec. 6.
The risk classification nationally is already at low risk.