MOST of the active cases in Cagayan de Oro are residents of Barangay Carmen, said the City Health Office.
The cumulative number of active cases in the city went up to 1,404, of which 314 were admitted to the Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC) and other hospitals in the city, 1,038 were outpatients, and 52 are returning overseas Filipinos (ROFs)/locally stranded individuals (LSIs).
As of January 24, Barangay Carmen has 173 active cases, followed by Barangays Kauswagan with 118 active cases, Balulang with 116 cases, Lumbia with 106 cases, Bulua with 77 cases, Bugo and Patag with 68 cases, Macasandig with 66 cases, Gusa with 65 cases, Camaman-an with 59 cases, Iponan and Nazareth with 55 cases, Lapasan with 51 cases, Canitoan with 36 cases, Cugman with 33 cases, Tablon with 28 cases, Bonbon with 22 cases, Indahag with 21 cases, Macabalan with 18 cases, Pagatpat with 17 cases, Bayabas with 16 cases, Consolacion with 15 cases, Puntod with 14 cases, and Barangay 30 and Agusan with 10 cases.
Meanwhile, majority or 90 percent of Covid-19 mortalities recorded in Cagayan de Oro City were unvaccinated individuals.
Based on the data from the City Health Office, Cagayan de Oro logged a total of 864 Covid-19 deaths since the start of the pandemic and 90 percent of them, or 777 individuals, have not been vaccinated against Covid-19 while 10 percent, or 87 individuals, have been vaccinated.
January 24, 2022
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