Quezon logs 94 new COVID-19 instances

Quezon COVID-19 hospital

LUCENA CITY – The province of Quezon logged 94 new COVID-19 instances on Friday, January 7, because the variety of lively instances rose to 352.

The contaminated people have been admitted in a number of hospitals and native authorities isolation facilities whereas some are below residence quarantine.

The tally for the day listed no restoration and fatality.

On December 22, the IPHO listed solely 9 lively COVID-19 instances, the bottom single-day tally in 2021.

As of January 7, out of 41 municipalities within the province, the cities with lively virus carriers jumped to 32 from solely six on December 27.

At the least 5 well being care staff (HCW) on the provincial government-run Quezon Medical Heart (QMC) right here contracted COVID-19.

“And extra are ready for his or her check outcomes,” Dr. Rolando Padre, QMC director, advised the Inquirer Friday morning.

“The contaminated HCWs are all absolutely vaccinated and are below residence quarantine,” Padre mentioned.

Governor Danilo Suarez has referred to as on all residents to have the vaccine for cover amid the continued menace of the extremely contagious Omicron variant.

“Extra vaccines will arrive. Get the jab to your safety in addition to the security of your family members,” Suarez mentioned.

A complete of 1,528,427 residents in Quezon province have been vaccinated towards COVID-19, the provincial public data workplace (PIO) reported Friday.

Citing the most recent IPHO report, the PIO mentioned 706,895 residents have been absolutely vaccinated whereas 821,532 residents have obtained their first dose.

The province wants to completely vaccinate a minimum of 1,560,568 of its inhabitants of two,229,383 (2020 census together with Lucena Metropolis) to attain herd immunity towards SARS-Cov2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Lucena Metropolis can be positioned below Alert Degree 3 from January 9 to fifteen whereas the remainder of the province will stay below Alert Degree 2.


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