CAGAYAN DE ORO

Covid-19 cases in Cagayan de Oro now at 582

THIRTY-SEVEN residents and four locally stranded individuals (LSIs) have tested positive for Sars-CoV-2 over the weekend, bringing the total number of confirmed coronavirus disease (Covid-19) cases in Cagayan de Oro to 582.

Acting City Health Officer Dr. Lorraine Nery said 16 of the 37 new local cases are close contacts of previously confirmed cases.

City Health Office Epidemiologist Dr. Joselito Retuya said all new Covid-positive LSIs were immediately brought to the city isolation unit upon arrival in the city.

The 542nd case is a 21-year-old female LSI from Cebu City and a resident of Barangay Iponan. She arrived in Cagayan de Oro via sea travel on September 11.

The woman was swabbed on September 15 and the result came out positive on September 18. She is asymptomatic and has no known comorbidity. She is set to be transferred to the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The 543rd case is a 20-year-old female LSI from Manila and a resident of Barangay Indahag. She arrived in Cagayan de Oro via plane on September 11.

The woman was swabbed on September 16 and the result came out positive on September 18. The City Health Office identified two close contacts.

The 544th case is a 41-year-old male LSI from Manila and a resident of Barangay Tignapoloan. He arrived in Cagayan de Oro via sea travel on September 8.

The man was swabbed on September 14 and the result came out positive on September 17. He is set to be transferred to the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The 545th case is a 32-year-old male LSI from Mandaluyong and a resident of Barangay Kauswagan. He arrived in Cagayan de Oro via plane on September 11.

The man was swabbed on September 16 and the result came out positive on September 19. He is set to be transferred to the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The 546th case is a 50-year-old male resident of Barangay Cugman who was exposed to his father, the 364th case, an 83-year-old retired man from Barangay Cugman.

The 50-year-old man was swabbed on September 14 and the result came out positive on September 18. Retuya said he has high blood. He is currently at the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The 547th case is an 81-year-old female from Cugman who was exposed to the 364th case. She is the wife of the 364th case. Her last day of exposure was on September 5.

She was swabbed on September 14 and the result came out positive on September 18. She is asymptomatic and is diabetic.

The 548th case is a 51-year-old female who was exposed to the 364th case. She is the daughter-in-law of the 364th case. Her last day of exposure was on September 5. She was brought to the city isolation unit on September 13.

The woman was swabbed on September 14 and the result came out positive on September 18. She is currently at the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The City Health Office identified three household contacts of the woman, all of them are asymptomatic.

The 549th case is a 10-year-old female resident of Barangay Nazareth. She was exposed to her 11-year-old sister, the 413th case.

The 10-year-old girl was swabbed on September 15 and the result came out positive on September 18. She is currently at the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The 550th case is a 62-year-old female resident of Barangay Tablon who was exposed to the 372nd case, the 68-year-old man from Barangay Tablon. She is the wife of the 372nd case. Her last day of exposure was on September 9.

The woman was swabbed on September 14 and the result came out positive on September 18.

The 551st case is a 30-year-old male LSI and a resident of Barangay Tumpagon who was exposed to the 333rd case, the seven-year-old female LSI from Marikina and a resident of Barangay Tumpagon. His last day of exposure was on September 9.

The man was swabbed on September 14 and the result came out positive. He is asymptomatic and has no known comorbidity.

The 552nd case is a 10-year-old female resident of a gated community in Barangay Iponan. She was exposed to the 475th case, the 38-year-old woman from a gated community in Barangay Iponan. The 10-year-old girl is the daughter of the 475th case.

She was swabbed on September 16 and the result came out positive on September 19. She is asymptomatic and has no known comorbidity.

The 553rd case is a four-year-old female resident of a gated community in Barangay Iponan. She was exposed to her mother, the 475th case.

She was swabbed on September 16 and the result came out positive on September 19. She is asymptomatic and has no known comorbidity. She is set to be transferred to the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The 554th case is a 41-year-old female resident of Barangay Cugman who was exposed to the 460th case, the 65-year-old man from Barangay Cugman. She is the daughter of the 460th case. Her last day of exposure was on September 10.

The woman was swabbed on September 15 and the result came out positive. She is asymptomatic and has no known comorbidity.

he 555th case is a 32-year-old man local authorized person outside residence (Apor) residing in Barangay Cugman. According to Retuya, he was exposed to a case in Iligan City and Manticao, Misamis Oriental.

The man worked at a depot in Iligan City. He worked from September 7 to 9 and went back to his residence in Cugman on September 10.

He was swabbed on September 14, however, he reported back for work on September 15 until 18. It was on September 18 that the result came out positive. He went back to Cagayan de Oro and was met at the quarantine control point in Opol, Misamis Oriental.

The 556th case is a 50-year-old man local Apor residing in a gated community in Upper Carmen. He is a healthcare worker at the Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Disease (Ereid) ward in Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC).

The man underwent a routine swab on September 11 and the result came out positive on September 19.

The 557th case is a 64-year-old female resident of Barangay Cugman who was exposed to the 460th case. She is the wife of the 460th case.

The woman was swabbed on September 15 and the result came out positive on September 18. She is asymptomatic, however, she has hypertension and diabetes. She is set to be transferred to the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The 558th case is a 28-year-old female resident of Barangay Tablon who was exposed to the 477th case, the 34-year-old man from Barangay Tablon. She is the wife of the 477th case.

According to Retuya, the woman is eight months pregnant. She was swabbed on September 17 and the result came out positive on September 18. She is asymptomatic and is set to be transferred to the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

he 559th case is a 25-year-old female resident of a gated community in Barangay Iponan. She was exposed to the 422nd and 423rd cases.

The 422nd case is a 65-year-old man from a gated community in Barangay Iponan, and the 423rd case is a 34-year-old woman resident of the aforementioned barangay.

The 25-year-old woman's last day of exposure was on September 9. She was swabbed on September 17 and the result came out positive on September 19.

The City Health Office identified one close contact and two household contacts of the woman.

The 560th case is a 24-year-old male resident of a gated community in Barangay Iponan. She was exposed to the 422nd and 423rd cases. Her last day of exposure was on September 9.

The man was swabbed on September 17 and the result came out positive on September 19. The City Health Office identified two close contacts.

The 561st case is an 83-year-old female resident of a gated community in Upper Balulang. She developed a cough on September 13 and had a fever on September 14. She experienced a loss of appetite on September 16 and was admitted to a private hospital on September 17.

The woman was swabbed and the result came out positive on September 18. She died around 6:15 p.m. on September 20.

The City Health Office identified seven household contacts of the woman.

The 562nd case is a 32-year-old female local Apor residing in Barangay Bonbon. She was admitted to a private hospital on September 17 and was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection.

The woman had a fever and headache before she was swabbed on September 18. The result came out positive on September 19. She is currently at the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The City Health Office identified three household contacts of the woman, all of them are asymptomatic.

The 563rd case is a 51-year-old female local Apor residing in a gated community in Barangay Kauswagan. She developed a cough on September 8, fever on September 10, and body weakness and diarrhea on September 15.

The woman was admitted to a private hospital on September 17 where she was swabbed. The result came out positive on September 19. She currently at the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility. The City Health Office identified two household contacts.

The 564th case is a 29-year-old female resident of Barangay Lapasan. She sought medical consultation and was swabbed on September 12 as a travel requirement. The result came out positive on September 18.

The woman is asymptomatic and has no known comorbidity.

The 565th case is a 25-year-old male resident of a gated compound in Barangay Macasandig. He had a fever on September 16. Retuya said he traveled to Bukidnon.

The man experienced loss of sense of smell and taste on September 17. He underwent a rapid diagnostic test on September 18 in a private hospital. He was admitted to the said hospital on September 19 where he was swabbed. The result came out positive.

Retuya said the man's symptoms are moderate at present. He is set to be transferred to the NMMC.

The City Health Office identified eight household contacts of the man.

The 566th case is a 46-year-old female resident of Barangay Macasandig. She was admitted to a private hospital on September 17 due to kidney failure. She was swabbed on the same day and the result came out positive on September 19.

The 567th case is a 22-year-old female local Apor who was exposed to a case tagged outside Cagayan de Oro. She is a healthcare worker in a private hospital.

The woman experienced loss of sense of taste on September 16 and was quarantined in the private hospital. She was swabbed on September 17 and the result came out positive on September 19. She is set to be transferred to the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The City Health Office identified four direct household contacts and nine workplace contacts of the woman.

The 568th case is a 59-year-old female resident of a gated community in Barangay Gusa. She was admitted to a private hospital on September 14 for chemo dialysis. Retuya said her comorbidities include: chronic kidney disease, hypertension and diabetes mellitus.

The woman was swabbed on September 16 and the result came out positive on September 17. However, she died on September 19 and her remains were cremated on the same day.

The City Health Office identified three direct contacts of the woman.

The 569th case is a 28-year-old female local Apor residing in Barangay Tablon. She is a healthcare worker who was exposed to the 505th case, the 36-year-old female healthcare worker residing in Barangay Canitoan.

The 28-year-old woman had an onset of symptoms including fever, cough and colds on September 11. She was swabbed on September 17 and the result came out positive on September 19. She is currently isolated in their private institution.

The 570th case is a 25-year-old female local Apor residing in Barangay Carmen. She is a healthcare worker in a private hospital. She showed symptoms on September 12 and had a fever and backache on September 15.

The woman was swabbed on September 17 and the result came out positive on September 19. The City Health Office identified five household contacts of the woman.

The 571st case is a 71-year-old male resident of Barangay Kauswagan. He had a fever on September 10 and loss of appetite on September 16. He was admitted to a private hospital on September 17.

The man was swabbed and the result came out positive on September 18. The City Health Office identified five household contacts.

The 572nd case is a 76-year-old female resident of a gated community in Upper Balulang. She developed fever, cough and shortness of breath, and was brought to the NMMC on September 18.

The woman was swabbed and the result came out positive on September 19. She died in the early morning of September 21.

The City Health Office identified six direct household contacts of the woman.

The 573rd case is a 41-year-old female local Apor residing in Barangay Kauswagan. She is a healthcare worker in NMMC who was exposed to the 343rd case, the 33-year-old woman who is also a healthcare worker in NMMC.

According to Retuya, the 41-year-old woman had a low-grade fever during the last week of August. She went on duty from August 29 to September 1. She was swabbed on September 4 and the result came out positive. She was admitted to the Ereid ward in NMMC on September 6.

The woman was swabbed again on September 18 and the result is still pending.

The 574th case is a 39-year-old male resident of Barangay Carmen. He complained of cough on September 18 and had shortness of breathing on September 19.

The man was brought to the NMMC on September 19, however, he was declared dead on arrival. His remains were buried immediately.

The 575th case is a 57-year-old male local Apor residing in Barangay Macasandig and was exposed to the 518th case, the 66-year-old man local Apor from Barangay Bulua.

The man was swabbed on September 17 at the NMMC and the result came out positive on September 18. The City Health Office identified three direct contacts.

The 576th case is a 41-year-old male local Apor residing in a gated community in Barangay Lumbia. He is a healthcare worker at NMMC.

The man was swabbed on September 18 and the result came out positive in the evening of the same day. He is currently admitted to the NMMC.

The 577th case is a 24-year-old female resident of Barangay Nazareth. She had a fever and headache on September 11 and sought consultation via Telekonsulta at the NMMC. She was then brought to the NMMC where she was swabbed. The result came out positive.

The City Health Office identified three direct contacts of the woman.

The 578th case is a 21-year-old female resident of Barangay Nazareth. She developed fever and cough on September 16 and was brought to the NMMC.

The City Health Office identified three close contacts of the woman.

The 579th case is an 80-year-old female resident of Barangay Puntod. She developed symptoms on September 17 and had generalized body weakness and body malaise. She was brought to the NMMC where she was swabbed and the result came out positive.

The City Health Office identified nine direct contacts of the woman.

The 580th case is a 51-year-old male resident of a gated community in Upper Balulang. He had an onset of body weakness that worsened on September 18. He was brought to the NMMC by the Oro Rescue and was admitted.

The man died on September 20. The City Health Office identified two direct contacts.

The 581st case is a three-year-old female resident of Barangay Lumbia. She was exposed to the 462nd case. She is the daughter of the 462nd case. She was swabbed on September 17 and the result came out positive on September 20.

The girl is asymptomatic and is set to be transferred to the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility.

The 582nd case is a 37-year-old female resident of Barangay Macasandig. She was exposed to the 465th case. She was swabbed on September 17 and the result came out positive on September 20.

Cagayan de Oro has recorded 212 active cases, 19 of whom are admitted to the NMMC, 154 are outpatients, and 39 are ROFs/LSIs.


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