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Old Jun 18th 2021, 9:18 am
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Yesterday's regional data: (300 and over)

NCR 958
W Visayas 896
C Luzon 855
Davao 753
4A 702
SOCCSK 398

NCR added 400 to gain top place.
W Visayas and C Luzon both gained about 450.
Davao gained nearly 300 cases. Statistics seem to have been delayed from there a further day before the DOH announced them.

CAR with only 22, unusually low.

Top 6 at 68.7%, up over 10%

NCR cities: QC 164, Caloocan 137, Makati 91, Manila 91, Taguig 71
Caloocan added over 100 more. QC 54 more.

NCR bubble at 26.4%, up nearly 6%.

Provinces: Small changes in the NCR bubble provinces. Bulacan 294, Laguna 271, Cavite 145, and Rizal 82

Elsewhere Batangas 182, Pampanga 127, up 68 and Pangasinan, up 27.
Bataan 182

Selected cities:

Bacolod 169, up 87
Baguio 6 !!
CDO 50, down
Cebu 74,
Cotabato 51
Davao 482, up 340!!
GenSan 44
IloIlo 188, up 125
Tacloban 27
Zamboanga 27

Bohol 46

Angeles 11
Tarlac 92, up 40
Zambales 27






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Spent a long time doing todays update. Clicked on Reply but had one too many images. Cut one out. Clicked on reply again. Checked to see if it was posted. It wasn't.

Moderators: Is it possible to get it back?

Anyway, no time to redo it.

In summary: .yesterday 200 or so more cases. Positivity up to 12.6%
110 deaths. incl 60 RDs.
Davao ICU beds at 91%.

Top 6 bregions:

4A, NCR, W Visayas, C Visayas, E Visayas and C Luzon...54.1% of all cases, down 14%.

Nine regions in the 200s and 300s.

NCR: QC 169, Pasig 86, Caloocan 80

NCR bubble areas at 22.5%, down 4%

Cities: CDO 124, up 74, Davao 238, down nearly 250, but still high.

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Announced on June 19 6,959 new cases. Positivity was the lowest since May 30 at 11.5%. But 6 labs did not report and nearly 1,200 cases were from a backlog. Tests were done on 50.1k persons and 47.4k tests are in process.

Recoveries at 9.4k

Deaths 153 with 97 of them RDs.
So the case fatality rate here up at 1.74%.

170 recoveries changed to active.

Active cases 59,439

In primary hospitals Severe condition 1,011, down 39 and Critical 728, down 13

NCR ICU beds use down 2% to 44%. (Nationally was 59% for June 18).
Other June 19 ICU data not yet available.

Regional data:

Not yet available from the DOH for June 19 but will give missing detail on June 18 and update yesterday's later.
All 17 regions:

4A 923
NCR 754
W Visayas 654
C Visayas 462
E Visayas 458
C Luzon 445
Davao 420
N Mindanao 419
SOCCSK 386
Zamboanga Pen 376
Cagayan 357
Ilocos 313
CARAGA 271
Bicol 206
MIMAROPA 164
CAR 117
BARMM 95

4A top at 13.5% of all cases with an increase of more than 200, while the NCR fell by 200.
W Visayas also fell by about 200.
Cagayan and N Mindanao both had more than 200 over the day before.
E Visayas and Zamboanga both increased by about 160.
Davao reported more than 300 less than its exceptionally high total the day before.

NCR cities:

QC 169
Pasig 86
Caloocan 80
Manila 69
Makati 60
Las Pinas 68
Marikina 53
Paranaque 37

Six cities down significantly, 3 were up. Marikina by 33.
Caloocan was down by 57.
More on the NCR below.

NCR plus bubble provinces:

Laguna 289, up 18
Cavite 241, up 96
Rizal 147, up 65
Bulacan 107, down 187

Other provinces

Batangas 139, down 10
Bataan 21, down 161
La Union 129
Pampanga 94, down 33
Pangasinan, up 27
Quezon 85, up 62

Selected Cities:

Bacolod 59
Baguio 48
CDO 124, up 74
Cebu 62
Cotabato 50
Davao 238, down 244
GenSan 49
IloIlo 89
Tacloban 84
Zamboanga 99

Bohol 190, up 144

Angeles 27
Tarlac 70
Zambales 31

Th DOH do not publish positivity data by region. Possibly because for some labs some of their test samples come from outside their region.
Here I am assuming the bulk of them are from the NCR for these NCR labs, so to get an idea of where positivity is heading in the NCR.


Chinese general


De los Santos


Las Pinas


Makati Med


Manila doctors


Pasig

San Lazaro


Taguig


Valenzuala


Tondo

A mixed picture. Most heading well below 10% but others around 10%, eg Las Pinas, and above 10% though look like they are heading down , eg Valenzuala, Pasig, Makati.
NCR not out of the woods yet.

Face shields:

https://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news..._picks&order=1

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Old Jun 20th 2021, 2:32 am
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Update for June 19:

Regional data: (300 and over)

4A 939
NCR 847
W Visayas 798
C Luzon 707
Davao 498
C Visayas 480
N Mindanao 388
E Visayas 358
Zanboanga Pen 345
Cagayan 329

NCR added 103 but 4A with 13.5% of national cases maintained the lead. C Luzon added 262 but had 4th place behind W Visayas.
Davao added 78 to gain 5th place.
E Visayas, MIMAROPA and SOCCSK all fell by 100 or over over the day before.

Top 6 at 61.3%, up 7%

In the NCR small changes up and down.
Taguig added another 44. Manila 30 and Paranaque 18.

Top 6: QC 215, Manila 91. Taguig 81, Caloocan 76, Pasig 69, Paranaque 55

Provinces: in the NCR bubble provinces Laguna put on 68 and Cavite fell by 25.
Bulacan added 44 and Rizal fell by 62.

Laguna 357, Cavite 216, Bulacan 151, Rizal 85.



Laguna fall levelling..



Cavite fall more established..

NCR bubble at 23.8%, up 1%


Elsewhere Bataan up by close to 200 to 203.
Batangas up 49 to 188
La Union, only 18 after 129 the day before.
Pampanga up 12 to 106
Pangasinan down 20 to 72.

Selected cities:

Bacolod 123
Baguio 53
CDO 131
Cebu 41
Cotabato 18
Davao 252, up 14
GSan 64, up
IloIko 130, up 41
Tacloban 41, down
Zamboanga 34, down

Bohol down only 9 from the day before

Angeles 58
Tarlac 24
Zambales 26








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Over 1k less new cases announced at 5,803 and only 2 labs late. But for some reason 543 positive results were not included and held over. Positivity back up to 13.2% from a brief dip the day before. Tests numbering 48.1k. Number in process not available.

Recoveries 7.7k

Deaths 84 and strangely 115 RDs seem to have been announced. I say "seemed" as I am relying on a GMA report. I think the first time they have exceeded the daily announced number. Difficult to believe there were no new "regular" deaths.

Active cases 57,679
Severe 1,038 up 27 and Critical 750, up 22
NCR ICU down 1% at 43%. Nationally 57%

Location data:

Again, not presently available. Will update later.

Philippine Genome testing

https://www.msn.com/en-ph/news/natio...N?ocid=BingHPC

There has been a lack of announcements on variants lately and this tells us why. They have run out of test kits, only now receiving a new supply. Been doing work on 'flu but not covid. Let's hope the travel restrictions are working.

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Regional data announced yesterday: 300 and over

4A 811
NCR 683
W Visayas 670
E Visayas 599
Davao 468
C Visayas 402
C Luzon 303

The great majority of regions reported many less cases. C Luzon fell by over 400. NCR, 4A and Zamboanga each by well over 100.
4A led again with 14.6% of all cases.
E Visayas stood out with 241 more.
Six regions were in the 200s.

The top 6 regions had 62.6% of all cases, up 1.3%.

Provinces;

NCR bubble: Laguna had about 140 less, Bulacan 44 less. Rizal went down a little and Cavite had only one more case..

Laguna 219, Cavite 217. Bulacan 107 and Rizal 77

Bataan with 203 the day before went down to only 13.
Batangas had 38 more to go up to 187.
Pampanga went down 38 to 68.

NCR bubble was at 22.5%, down 1.3%.

For the NCR cities: the majority were down, notably Taguig by 43.
Small upward changes in Mandaluyong and Valenzuala.

Top 6: QC 204, Manila 71, Caloocan 62, Pasig 51, Paranaque 44 and Makati 43

Selected cities:

Bacolod 158, up 35
Baguio 45 down 8
CDO 60, down 71
Cebu 46, up 5
Cotabato 1, down 17
Davao 232, down 20
IloIlo down 78
Tacloban 76, up 27
Zamboanga 53, up 19

Bohol 17, down 164

Angeles 16, down 42
Tarlac 25 up 1
Zambales 29, up 3




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Over 500 less cases yesterday although for some reason for the second day running many cases were held over, 343 of them. Added to that 8 labs did not report. Positivity stuck at a high 13% from 43k tests. It will be less than that in Manila and around but more in other areas where cases are on the increase. Information on regional positivity has dried up lately. About the same number of tests in progress.

Recoveries 7.1k.

Deaths 128 .....after the strange numbers yesterday no information on RDs.

Active case number at 55,847

Hospitals (primary only): Severe 1,061, up 23 and Critical 726, down 24

NCR ICUs at 42%, down 1% (nationally 57%, unchanged)

Location information again not presently available.
Will update later.

Face shields

Following the President's statement on face shields being only needed in hospitals, confirmed soon after as law by his spox, we have this after the IATF appealed:

https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/06/21/...ovid19-outdoor

So only indoors then.

Then later a volte face from the President

https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/06/21/...indoor-outdoor:

They're so necessary outdoors due to the danger posed by a new variant, yet to be proved to be here at all. Certainly unlikely to be anywhere near community transmission. Delta (Indian variant) cases number 17, all caught on arrival. Three cases lately were in seamen, caught in S Korea. Not the first time a new variant has panicked the leader to change policy. See below on education.

Laughable but people are being fined for not having them on outdoors. Listened to Raffy Tulfo yesterday as best I could as it was in Tagalog, but it was about a woman who got off a bus inn QC, having left her shield on the bus she was immediately fined P300 by police waiting a the bus station....who themselves were not wearing face shields!

This is often what wearing them outdoors means in practice


Photo from ABS-CBN, QC recently.

Where we live they are mandated inside supermarkets and inside the local fresh market, but outside optional. Let's see if that changes following the latest edict from the President. Weren't cyclists given an exemption? Is that off now? We await clarification.

Education:

First the UK variant and now the India (Delta variant). as a reason not to at least trial face to face classes. Philippines education getting further behind other Asian countries:

https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/06/21/...are-vaccinated

Vaccination of young children and teens must follow vaccination of the older population, which looks unlikely to reach a satisfactory level until the first quarter of 2022. Up to that period of time more new variants could come to the attention of the President and delay schools going back again. Actually I read Britain is not sure it will be doing vaccinations for young children at all. Maybe of little value and so unnecessary.
I'm sure the Education Secretary, despite what she says, is very frustrated. It's not as if the modular programme is a great success.





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Old Jun 22nd 2021, 10:11 pm
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Low weekend testing as usual plus bad weather in C Luzon area and 12 labs late in submitting gave only 3,666 new cases. The DOH giving no indication on how important these missing labs are in terms of positive cases. No backlog to speak of, so up to date. Positivity down at 11.8% from 31.2k tests. A higher 30.9k tests being prepared.

Recovered 6.8k
Deaths 60 with 56 RDs.
Active cases: down by over 3k at 52,696
Severe 1,054, down 7 and Critical 738, up 12

NCR ICU bed use at 46, up 4%.
Davao City 94%
Nationally 57%, unchanged.

Regional data:

No regional (or any other locations) data forthcoming for the over 5k cases announced June 21. Unless it was published and taken off on the DOH website between 8 pm last night and 4 am this morning!

But there is data for yesterday's much lower total.

200 and over cases

4A 684
E Visayas 447
NCR 403
W Visayas 316
SOCCSK 297
C Luzon 251
N Mindanao 211

4A leading again with a higher 18.7% of all cases. E Visayas has been posting increasing numbers lately


E Visayas

Top 6 regions 65.4% of all cases, nearly 3% higher than on June 20.

NCR Cities: QC 84, Manila 55, Pasig 48, Muntinlupa 35, Caloocan and Las Pinas both 29.

Provinces:

NCR bubble: Laguna 275, Cavite 256, Bulacan 48, Rizal 46
28% of all cases nationally.

Elsewhere:

Batangas 90
Pampanga 72
Pangasinan 47
Bataan 25
La Union 47

Selected cities:

Bacolod 86
Baguio 59
CDO 53
Cebu 14
Davao 42
GenSan 42
IloIlo 53
Tacloban 40
Zamboanga 32

Bohol 159, on June 19 was 181, June 20 17. No DOH info for June 21.

An OCTA update on the recent covid situation:

https://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news...19-octa/story/




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Yesterday nearly 700 more new cases at 4,353 as the tests from Monday are completed. Backlog of 544 included. Six labs late. Does the DOH not say anything about these late labs when they are only small ones? Positivity dipped a little to 11.4% from 33.4k tests. Coming along a higher 45.6k tests.

Recoveries 7.1k

Deaths 119 with 74 of them RDs.

Active cases fell to 49,862
Severe 1,047, up 7 and Critical 748, up 10
NCR ICU at 44%, down 2%. National unchanged at 57%

Regional data (200 and over)

NCR 587
Davao 511
4A 500
W Visayas 469
N Mindanao 331
C Luzon 390
SOCCSK 284
C Visayas 201

NCR back to the top with 184 more cases. By accident 4A fell by the same amount to come in third place. Davao obviously put in a big testing effort to record more than 400 more cases after the weekend and come second.

N Mindanao and W Visayas both added well over 100 more cases. Zamboanga 99 more.

Top 6 regions at 61.8% of all cases, up nearly 4%

Western Visayas has with the most active cases of the 3 Visayan regions at 5.4K (E Visayas 4k and C Visayas 2.9):


W Visayas steep increase.

For NCR cities generally small changes, up in 10 cities:
QC up 52.

Top 6: QC 136, Manila 61, Paranaque 48, Pasig 45, Caloocan 41 and Taguig 40

In the provinces:

NCR plus bubble: Cavite and Laguna both fell substantially. Bulacan and Rizal rose by the 20s.

Laguna 202, Cavite 140, Bulacan 77 and Rizal 75

NCR plus bubble at 28%, down 3%

Selected cities:

Bacolod 57, down
CDO 59
Cebu 28
Davao 278, up over 200
GenSan 63, up
IloIlo 65, up
Tacloban 16, down
Zamboanga 23, down

Bohol 118, down 41

The DOH has just downgraded the NCR from medium risk to low risk. But it is a large diverse area of 16 cities with a big population. Vaccines meant for the NCR have been sent instead to the Visayas and Mindanao as they are experiencing surges. So most of the population is vulnerable. The genome sequencing here is poor (see below), so the NCR is open to any new variants, as probably happened in Pasay City earlier this year.

DOH charts for some cities , but first NCR: ignore trend lines, they are calculated from announced dates not infection dates):


NCR downward trend


QC, lately slight rise..



City of Manila downward and flattening..


Caloocan downward trend


Makati slightly upward..


Pasig downwards...


Taguig downwards..


Las Pinas slightly upwards...

So a mixed picture.

Genomre sequencing:

We can just slowly sequence 1% of our cases. One machine, cost P85M, 5 years ago.

https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/06/23/...mples-1percent














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Nearly 1,700 more cases reported at 6,043. Only 1 lab late. Backlog 463. Positivity at 12% from 46.5k tests and more at 51k coming along.

Recoveries 4.5k

Deaths 108 with 61 RDs. The suspicion is that these continuing high RDs reflect higher mortality in the more remote areas.
Total official deaths now exceed 24,000.

Active 51,410

Severe 1,028, down 19 and Critical 720, down 28

ICU NCR 44% and nationally 57%, both unchanged

Worldometers, a reputable US covid data source, say that for currently active cases worldwide 99.3% are mild and 0.7% serious.
Latest here: 95.1% and 2.5%
For past cases the Philippines more in line with 98.2% survived and the world figure 98%.
Dead here at 1.74% against 2% world.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

Regional data: 300 and over

4A 862
W Visayas 767
NCR 714
Davao 628
C Luzon 520
C Visayas 406
Zamboanga Pen 328

Thirteen regions added cases from the day before.
Region 4A increased the most of all regions with 362 more added over the day before. W Visayas had nearly 300 more, the NCR and Davao added around 100 more.
C Luzon in fifth position added 230 more. C Visayas added over 200 more. Zamboanga and E Visayas added about 150 more.

Top 6 regions at 64.5%, up nearly 3%.

In the NCR bubble provinces Cavite added 87 more, Rizal 73 more.

Laguna 247, Cavite 227, Rizal 148 and Bulacan 80

Something to monitor: adding the first three to Batangas (127) and Quezon (73) gives 822 for the Calabarzon region, which the DOH say has 862.

The NCR bubble at 23.4% of all cases, down 1.4%.

Bataan added nearly 100 more to 136.
Pampanga added 59 to 128 and Pangasinan 24 to 93.

Not much change for the NCR cities.
Manila added 44 over the previous day, Taguig 29.

QC 127, Manila 105, Taguig 69, Las Pinas 53, Pasig 49, Makati 44, Caloocan 43

Selected cities:

Bacolod 116, up 59
Baguio 40, up
CDO 78, up
Cebu 66, up
Davao 289, up 11 on the day before
GenSan 66
IloIlo 99, up 34
Zamboanga 54, up 31

Sinovac vaccine:

There was a report from Indonesia in the UKs Independent that more than 350 doctors with two Sinovac jabs caught covid, a minority seriously infected:

https://www.independent.co.uk/asia/s...-b1867632.html

Of course the DOH on the defensive:

https://www.rappler.com/nation/doh-r...neffectiveness

Nonsense about it not being a controlled trial and dividing the number by 5,000. Both not appropriate criticisms here.
Noteworthy that the delta variant suspected.

Sinovac has been the main vaccine also in two other countries: Mongolia and Chile:
Being looked at to see if Sinovac is really a good vaccine for poorer countries.

Mongolia has only a 3M population and 55% have had 2 Sinovac doses, 62% 1 dose.
Chile has a population of about 20M, 57% have had 2 doses, 72% one dose. Sinovac 16.8M and Pfizer 3.9M doses.


Mongolia



Chile....roller coaster ride, lately down..

Delta plus variant:



Basically it has features of both the UK and SA variants, which could mean even more transmission and immune escape than seen with the delta (Indian) variant.






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More cases as is usual at the end of the week. More than 700 over the day before. Positivity down a little to 11.7%. . Not so up to date with a backlog of 895 results included. Tests 51k falling to 46.7k in preparation.

Recoveries at 2.9k the lowest for 3 weeks.

Deaths 116 with 61 of them RDs.

Active cases at 55,293 with 1,051 patients Severe, up 23 and 719 Critical, down 1

NCR ICU 42%, down 2% (National 57%, unchanged).
Davao ICU up at 95%

Regional data: (300 and over)

4A 933
NCR 718
W Visayas 672
Davao 629
C Visayas 528
E Visayas 523
C Luzon 486
SOCCSK 367

4A retaining top position with 71 more cases and 13.7% of all cases.. Main movements were in the Visayas where Central added more than 100 cases and Eastern more than doubled its cases.
SOCCSK nearly doubled its cases
Further down the table the CAR added 178 more cases to 288 and MIMAROPA had 69 more over the day before to 149
Zamboanga had more than 150 less at 151.

Top 6 regions at 58.8%, down nearly 6% showing the national spread.

For the NCR cities:

Five cities had substantially more, 3 less.
Pasig added 26.
Manila's fell by 31. Pasay's halved.

Las Pinas went from 4th up to 2nd position:

Top 6: QC 137, Las Pinas 77, Pasig 75, Manila 74, Taguig 69 and Caloocan 55

Provinces: The main change was Laguna with an increase of 135 to 382 cases.


Laguna case fall reversed lately...


Cavite 172, Rizal 101 (both fell a little), Batangas had 30 more to 157. Quezon had a few more to 89.
Bulacan had 26 more to 106.

NCR bubble area 21.7%, down.

Again adding up the 4A provinces numbers gives less than the DOH 4A regional total, yesterday by 32.

Also Bataan 83, less
Pampanga less with 94
Pangasinan had more at 96.

Selected cities:

Bacolod 44, down
Baguio 118, up 78
CDO 53, down
Cebu 65
Davao 329, up 40
GenSan 87
IloIlo 110, up
Tacloban 82, up 50
Zamboanga 40, down





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A few more cases only at 6,871 yesterday. Positivity from 50k individuals slightly up at 11.9%. Backlog slightly bigger at 917. Tests coming along down a little at 47.6k

Recoveries 8.7k

Deaths 92 with 53 of them RDs.

45 recoveries went to active cases.

Active cases now at 53,447.

Severe 1069, up 18, Critical 695, down 24

NCR ICU 44%, up 2% (National 58%, up 1%)

Focus on the situation in General Santos City:

https://www.rappler.com/nation/minda...th-care-system



Regional data: (300 and over)

NCR 867
4A 831
W Visayas 801
Davao 588
C Visayas 548
C Luzon 478
Cagayan 370
CARAGA 329
SOCCSK 305

The NCR with a lead of just 36 cases over 4A as it had nearly 150 more yesterday while 4A's total fell by 102. W Visayas took 3rd place after adding 129 over the previous day.
The NCR had 12.6% of all cases.
Cagayan in 7th place added 100 more. Zamboanga had 130 more.
The CAR was noticeable in that it unusually reported a very low total of 31.

The top 6 regions at 59.9% of all cases, up 1%

In the NCR 9 cities had substantially more cases, 2 less.

Muntinlupa had 26 more, Pasay 27 more.

Top 6: QC 168, Manila 92, Makati 88, Taguig 77, Caloocan 76 and Pasig 65.

Provinces: Cavite had 85 more to 257. The Bulacan and Rizal totals also rose, but only a little. Laguna's fell a little.

NCR Bubble Provinces: Laguna 329, Cavite 257, Bulacan 126 and Rizal 122.

NCR bubble at 24.8% of all cases, up 3%.

Bataan had 21 more at 104.
Batangas fell by 20 to 137.
Quezon reported only 19.
Pampanga had nearly the same at 93. Pangasinan had 16 more to 112.
La Union had a higher 50 cases.

The 4A mystery deepens. For some strange reason the DOH do not count Lucena City in the total for Quezon Province, even though it clearly is in that province. But yesterday it only reported 8 cases, leaving another discrepancy yesterday, slightly higher at 28, on the reginal total. There is a also a provision for unknown cases in a region, but yesterday there were none.

Selected cities:

Bacolod 181, up 137
Baguio 22
CDO 71
Cebu 100, up 35 noteworthy rises last 2 days
Davao 346, up
GenSan 65, down
IloIlo 110
Tacloban 49, down
Zamboanga 29, down

Bohol 218, up 49

Covid symptoms:



Dr John looking at some updated UK data on covid symptoms. Relevant in two ways to the Philippines. As Britain's vaccination roll out has yet to fully vaccinate millions of younger people the symptoms are going to be more applicable to countries with younger populations. Also the Indian delta variant is dominant in the UK, it now accounts for over 90% of cases. If symptoms differ greatly then countries without good genome surveillance, like the Philippines, have another way to assess the progress of the delta variant, if it ever started to spread locally and in communities. Not that I expect the DOH here to do anything about that!

It seems that the main general difference is that the virus is giving more common cold symptoms, especially in people that have already been vaccinated
The update looks at those with 2 vaccinations, 1 and none .I have focused on the latter as the great majority of people in the Philippines haven't had any vaccine. Although a few per cent have already had covid.

Headache, sore throat and runny nose are the top 3 symptoms for those without vaccination or with only one. Whereas the NHS shows on its website , and has shown for a long time, the main covid symptoms as fever, a new continuous cough and change in smell and taste. In the update fever has fallen down the list somewhat and the third symptom, anosmia, has fallen down even further to be an unusual symptom.

I do note that in the comments one person is suggesting these reported symptoms may well be affected by it being the Hay fever season now in the UK.


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A few more cases only at 6,871 yesterday. Positivity from 50k individuals slightly up at 11.9%. Backlog slightly bigger at 917. Tests coming along down a little at 47.6k

Recoveries 8.7k

Deaths 92 with 53 of them RDs.

45 recoveries went to active cases.

Active cases now at 53,447.

Severe 1069, up 18, Critical 695, down 24

NCR ICU 44%, up 2% (National 58%, up 1%)

Focus on the situation in General Santos City:

https://www.rappler.com/nation/minda...th-care-system



Regional data: (300 and over)

NCR 867
4A 831
W Visayas 801
Davao 588
C Visayas 548
C Luzon 478
Cagayan 370
CARAGA 329
SOCCSK 305

The NCR with a lead of just 36 cases over 4A as it had nearly 150 more yesterday while 4A's total fell by 102. W Visayas took 3rd place after adding 129 over the previous day.
The NCR had 12.6% of all cases.
Cagayan in 7th place added 100 more. Zamboanga had 130 more.
The CAR was noticeable in that it unusually reported a very low total of 31.

The top 6 regions at 59.9% of all cases, up 1%

In the NCR 9 cities had substantially more cases, 2 less.

Muntinlupa had 26 more, Pasay 27 more.

Top 6: QC 168, Manila 92, Makati 88, Taguig 77, Caloocan 76 and Pasig 65.

Provinces: Cavite had 85 more to 257. The Bulacan and Rizal totals also rose, but only a little. Laguna's fell a little.

NCR Bubble Provinces: Laguna 329, Cavite 257, Bulacan 126 and Rizal 122.

NCR bubble at 24.8% of all cases, up 3%.

Bataan had 21 more at 104.
Batangas fell by 20 to 137.
Quezon reported only 19.
Pampanga had nearly the same at 93. Pangasinan had 16 more to 112.
La Union had a higher 50 cases.

The 4A mystery deepens. For some strange reason the DOH do not count Lucena City in the total for Quezon Province, even though it clearly is in that province. But yesterday it only reported 8 cases, leaving another discrepancy yesterday, slightly higher at 28, on the reginal total. There is a also a provision for unknown cases in a region, but yesterday there were none.

Selected cities:

Bacolod 181, up 137
Baguio 22
CDO 71
Cebu 100, up 35 noteworthy rises last 2 days
Davao 346, up
GenSan 65, down
IloIlo 110
Tacloban 49, down
Zamboanga 29, down

Bohol 218, up 49

Covid symptoms:



Dr John looking at some updated UK data on covid symptoms. Relevant in two ways to the Philippines. As Britain's vaccination roll out has yet to fully vaccinate millions of younger people the symptoms are going to be more applicable to countries with younger populations. Also the Indian delta variant is dominant in the UK, it now accounts for over 90% of cases. If symptoms differ greatly then countries without good genome surveillance, like the Philippines, have another way to assess the progress of the delta variant, if it ever started to spread locally and in communities. Not that I expect the DOH here to do anything about that!

It seems that the main general difference is that the virus is giving more common cold symptoms, especially in people that have already been vaccinated
The update looks at those with 2 vaccinations, 1 and none .I have focused on the latter as the great majority of people in the Philippines haven't had any vaccine. Although a few per cent have already had covid.

Headache, sore throat and runny nose are the top 3 symptoms for those without vaccination or with only one. Whereas the NHS shows on its website , and has shown for a long time, the main covid symptoms as fever, a new continuous cough and change in smell and taste. In the update fever has fallen down the list somewhat and the third symptom, anosmia, has fallen down even further to be an unusual symptom.

I do note that in the comments one person is suggesting these reported symptoms may well be affected by it being the Hay fever season now in the UK.
Thanks for your daily updates Raffin which are always interesting.... but depressing as far as the Philippines is concerned.

I have read that 50% do that want the vaccine and 50% have not returned for the second dose. I also read that Sino Vac has an efficacy of only 67% . If that Is true....then the outlook looks gloomy. And we have the spectre of the Delta variant knocking on the door.

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I guess it makes sense that covid is changing into more common cold !ike symptoms as the common cold is also a SARs virus.
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Thanks for your daily updates Raffin which are always interesting.... but depressing as far as the Philippines is concerned.

I have read that 50% do that want the vaccine and 50% have not returned for the second dose. I also read that Sino Vac has an efficacy of only 67% . If that Is true....then the outlook looks gloomy. And we have the spectre of the Delta variant knocking on the door.

Regards
Yes, next year does not look good. Not a vaccine roll out but a spray as the DOH divert the meagre supplies. They can keep out the delta variant only by increased isolation of the country from international arrivals. They must keep it out when they are so reliant on the bargain basement Sino Vac. No wonder PAL filing for bankruptcy.
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