RECOVERIES. A total of 19,826 patients in Central Luzon have so far recovered from Covid-19 with 716 new recoveries based on the latest bulletin released by the Department of Health Central Luzon Center for Health Development (DOH-CLCHD) on Thursday night (Dec. 3, 2020.) The total number of active cases in the region is 2,314. (Infographic by DOH-CLCHD)

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga – Recoveries from the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in Central Luzon have reached 19,826, with 716 new recoveries reported as of Thursday.

This is out of the total of 22,939 confirmed Covid-19 cases in the region, based on the latest bulletin released by the Department of Health Central Luzon Center for Health Development (DOH-CLCHD).

The DOH-CLHD also reported that there are currently 2,314 active cases or 10.1 percent of the total number of patients.

Out of the total active cases, 1,440 are mild, 807 are asymptomatic, 57 are severe, and 10 are in critical condition.

The death toll in the region has increased to 799, with nine new fatalities.

Out of the 160 new cases, 55 were from Bulacan, 44 from Pampanga, 26 from Tarlac, 13 from Angeles City, 10 from Nueva Ecija, eight from Bataan, three from Olongapo City, one from Zambales City, and zero from Aurora.

DOH-Region 3 (Central Luzon) director Cesar Cassion earlier said while the region’s cases are steadily declining, the public should not be complacent and must continue to observe the minimum health protocols.

“Our battle with Covid-19 is not yet done. That is why the DOH strongly encourages everyone to continue doing his/her civic duty to save fellow Filipinos from this unseen enemy. The government cannot do it alone. We need the cooperation of everyone for us to win this fight. Let us not waste the sacrifices and efforts we have made since this pandemic started. Instead, let us contribute to flattening the curve by constantly practicing minimum health standards. Together, we can beat Covid-19,” he said. (PNA)