4 new Covid-19 cases recorded in Mexico town

DONATION. Mayor Dante Torres receives the donations of face shields and masks from Soroptimist International of Guagua president Divine David-Tulio. (Ian Ocampo Flora)

MEXICO, Pampanga -- The Municipal Government of Mexico, in its August 3 bulletin, announced four new coronavirus cases in this town bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 22.

The new confirmed cases were recorded in the Barangays of Panipuan (one), Sabanilla (one), San Antonio (one) and San Rafael (one).

This town has recorded 22 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic eight of which have already recovered. Fourteen of the said cases are currently classified as "pending". No death has been recorded in the town.

The local government encourages everyone to strictly observe health protocols and most especially to stay at home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.


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