The Deputy BACOLOD Emergency Operations Center Task Force for Medical and Data Analysis of Dr. Chris Sorongon clarified on Thursday November 25th that the number of coronavirus disease (Covid-19)-related deaths in the city is only 20 this month. Sorongon issued the clarification after the Department of Health-Western Visayas released its Covid-19 bulletin on Wednesday November 24th, which found 33 Bacolod City residents have succumbed to the disease.

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He said it wasn’t a single day as some of those people died of Covid-19 in the past month. Usually, Sorongon said, if a Covid-19 patient dies, it will take time for the DOH to be submitted. his death certificate will be included in his records. The doctor said it takes about 14 days for a Covid-19 positive patient’s death certificate to be filed with the DOH because his family is being isolated.

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