Active COVID-19 cases in San Juan drop to lowest since pandemic began – Manila Bulletin
The local government of the city of San Juan announced on Monday, November 22 that its active cases of COVID-19 had fallen to their lowest since the start of the pandemic in 2020.
San Juan Mayor Francis Zamora said that as of November 21 there were now only 29 active cases of COVID-19 in the city, which equates to a 97% drop from its previous record from 1,123 on September 16.
“Let’s continue to follow all health and safety protocols so that the numbers continue to drop,” Zamora said.
The city government said that as of November 18, the city of San Juan had already vaccinated 211,387 residents with the first dose of the vaccine, or 239.02% of its target population according to the Statistical Authority’s 2020 census. of the Philippines (PSA), while 192,936 were fully immunized, equivalent to 218.15 percent of its target population.
Metro Manila was placed under the less restrictive Alert Level 2 on November 5 after a sharp drop in COVID-19 cases attributed to the high number of people vaccinated in the region.
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