DOH records 7 more COVID-19 casualties

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first_img Patient 1,488 was a 60-year old male from Muntinlupa City whose nationality is still being validated by the DOH along with his travel and exposure history. He died on March 26 due to acute respiratory distress syndrome, septic shock, and COVID-19. Patient 1,489 was a hypertensive and diabetic 74-year old male Quezon City resident whose travel and exposure history are still unknown. He died on March 21 due to acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to pneumonia but only confirmed of the virus on Monday. Patient 587 was a 79-year old male Muntinlupa City resident with no travel history. He died on Monday due to acute respiratory failure secondary to pneumonia and COVID-19. Patient 647 was a 43-year old male from Parañaque City with no history of travel or exposure to known COVID-19 cases. He died on March 27 due to acute respiratory failure secondary to pneumonia and COVID-19, and myocardial dysfunction. Data from the DOH show that 3,303 people have been tested for COVID-19, while 920 persons are under investigation for possible infection and 6,321 others are under monitoring. A total of 1,013 people have also tested negative for the disease while 692 more are awaiting the results of their test./PN Patient 1,446 was a 59-year old male from Davao City with no travel history. He died on March 23 of acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to high-risk community-acquired pneumonia, and hypoxia. He also had an underlying cardiac disease but only confirmed of the virus on Monday. Patient 149 was a hypertensive 61-year old female from Makati City with no travel and exposure history. She died on March 27 due to acute respiratory failure secondary to community-acquired pneumonia, secondary to COVID-19. Patient 1,447 was a 45-year old male Davao City resident whose travel and exposure history remain unknown. He died on March 23 of cardiopulmonary arrest, acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to high-risk community-acquired pneumonia, and hypoxia but only confirmed of the virus on Monday. MANILA – The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has killed seven more persons in the country, bringing the total to 78. Meanwhile, the number of confirmed cases rose to 1, 546 cases, the Department of Health said on Monday. Vergeire also reported during Monday afternoon’s televised virtual press conference that the number of people who have recovered from the disease remained at 42. DOH Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said that the latest fatalities – Patients 149, 587, 647, 1,448, 1,447, 1,446, and 1,489 – were all Filipino aside from another one who is still being validated.last_img

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