Mexico town's Covid-19 cases reach 35

THE total number of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases in Mexico, Pampanga has reached 35, with four new cases recorded Monday, August 10, according to a bulletin posted by the Municipal Government.

The four new cases are from Lagundi (one), Santo Domingo (one), and San Rafael (two).

Of the 35 recorded cases, 12 have already recovered.

Since the start of the pandemic, 15 barangays of the town have recorded confirmed Covid-19 cases.

Cases have been reported in Acli (one), Camuning (two), Dolores Piring (four), Lagundi (five), Nueva Victoria (six), Pabdacaqui (two), Pangatlan (one), Panipuan (one), Parian (one), Sabanilla (one) San Antonio (two), San Pablo (one), Sab Rafael (six), San Vicente (one) and Santo Domingo (one).

Twelve of the said cases are still considered pending.


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