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The Philippines registered on Monday, August 30th, 22,366 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) – the highest number of new infections recorded in a single day since the pandemic began.

This latest count surpassed the previous one by the Department of Health (DOH) on August 28 highest daily number reported with 19,441 cases.

The latest number has brought the country’s ongoing cases to 1,976,202, of which 7.5 percent, or 148,594 active cases All are according to the DOH case report.

Of the active cases, 95.7 percent have mild symptoms, 1.7 percent are asymptomatic, 0.6 percent are critical, 1.1 percent are severe and 0.97 percent are himself in moderate condition.

The death toll also rose to 33,330, representing 1.69 percent of the country’s total COVID-19 cases, after the Department of Health reported an additional 222 people had died. Meanwhile, the number of recoveries rose 16,864 to 1,794,278, 90.8 percent of the nationwide case numbers.

The Department of Health reported that intensive care unit (ICU) utilization in the country rose from 71 percent the previous day to 74 Percent has increased.

On the other hand, 65 percent of all isolation beds in the country have been used, 70 percent of the ward beds are occupied, while 53 percent of the total number of ventilators are in use.

Of the total isolation beds in of the region were 64 percent occupied, 72 percent of the ward beds were occupied, while 59 percent of the ventilators in the region were in use.

The DOH said 187 duplicates were removed from the total number of cases. Of those, 174 are recoveries and a single death.

In addition, 105 cases previously flagged as recovery have been reclassified as deaths after final validation.

All laboratories were up on August 28, said the Ministry of Health, while two laboratories were unable to transmit their data to the COVID-19 Document Repository System (CDRS).

Ref: https://mb.com.ph