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    Coronavirus recovered patients in PH now 13

    MANILA, Philippines – The total number of recovered patients from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country jumped to 13.
    Coronavirus recovered patients in PH now 13

    The Department of Health (DOH) on Saturday said that there were 5 new recoveries.

    DOH noted that four (4) of the recovered patients were "elderly" and belong to the "vulnerable sector" or those who are most a risk in relation to the outbreak. They were PH16, PH17, PH41 and PH49.

    Recovery rate in the Philippines is now 4% out of 307 reported cases.

    SEE ALSOPROFILE: Philippines' COVID-19 recoveries

    The health department added that one of four elderly who recovered is a severe case.

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    9th (March 21): PH62 - 35-year-old Filipino male from Rizal
    • With no travel or exposure history
    • Onset of symptoms began March 1
    • Swab taken on March 10, was confined positive for COVID-19 on March 13
    • Discharged on March 15 asymptomatic with negative result
    • With pre-existing asthma

    10th (March 21): PH41 - 75-year-old Filipino female from Makati City
    • With travel history from USA and exposure to known COVID-19 cases
    • Onset of symptoms began on March 1
    • Confirmed positive for COVID-19 on March 11
    • Discharged on March 17 asymptomatic with 1 negative result

    11th (March 21): PH16 - 70-year-old Filipino male from San Juan City
    • Husband of PH17 (12th PH recovery)
    • Onset of symptoms began on March 1
    • Confirmed positive for COVID-19 on March 9
    • Discharged on March 19 asymptomatic with 2 negative results
    • Known hypertensive

    12th (March 21): PH17 - 69-year-old Filipino female from San Juan City
    • Wife of PH16 (11th PH recovery)
    • Onset of symptoms began on March 2
    • Confirmed positive for COVID-19 on March 9
    • Discharged on March 19 asymptomatic with 2 negative results
    • Known hypertensive

    13th (March 21): PH49 - 72-year-old Filipino male from Batangas
    • With exposure history to a known COVID-19 case
    • Onset of symptoms began on March 1
    • Confirmed positive for COVID-19 on March 11
    • Discharged on March 21 asymptomatic with 2 negative results
    • Known hypertensive

    President Rodrigo Duterte placed the entirety of Luzon under enhanced community quarantine until April 12. Metro Manila will be in lockdown until April 14.

    Globally, the disease has claimed lives of nearly 10,000 people with more than 230,000 infected of the virus.

    — The Summit Express

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