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(As of September 14, 2020)

Over 260,000 have been infected by the coronavirus in the country – the highest in Southeast Asia. After lifting the modified enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila last mid-August, the average weekly cases have slightly slowed down; transmission rate was at ideal level (less than 1); and there were less hospitals at full capacity. Last week, the cases ramped up again to more than 3,400 average cases.

In other updates:
  • Country’s weekly average cases down at 3,000 from 4,000 in early August
  • Clinical trials were paused for 1 of the most promising vaccines due to adverse events
  • List of hospitals at full capacity for inpatient COVID-19 cases
  • ActiveLink app features focusing on COVID-19 updates and online health checklist
  • HMO and group life insurance coverage during community quarantine
  • Supplemental workplace guidelines from DOLE and DTI


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