CdeO logs 23 new COVID-19 cases; active cases now at 746

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Cagayan de Oro City reported 23 new confirmed cases for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on Friday, October 22.

The city logged 23 new confirmed cases as of 10 PM yesterday, nine of which are a local index case, eight local index cases with link, and six local APOR cases.

With this, the city has a total cumulative of 20,039 COVID-19 cases.

Out of the total cumulative, 746 are active cases, 225 are currently admitted at Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC), 519 outpatients staying at the Temporary Treatment and Monitoring Facility (TTMF), and two patients under the ROF/LSI category.

The city also announced a total of 26 new recoveries and no new death recorded, bringing the total recovery and deaths cases to 18,457 and 836 respectively.

Watch the full press briefing here:

For ROFs/LSIs, please contact either of the following hotline numbers to notify your arrival from Monday to Sunday 8 AM to 9 PM:

  • 0919-068-9770
  • 0953-360-5463
  • 0965-830-7178

You can also reach out via email at oca.cagayandeoro@gmail.com or message them on Facebook at fb.com/OCA.CdeO. The City will also host an FB Live Support for LSIs every 10 AM to 11 AM or 3 PM to 4 PM. For Barangay Health Emergency Response Team (BHERTS) numbers, check them out here.

Avail of the NMMC Teleconsulta services for your medical concerns and consultations. Call them at any of the following numbers below from Mondays to Fridays (except holidays) between 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Smart

  • 0910 620 1319
  • 0910 620 0903
  • 0910 620 1076

Globe

  • 0977 244 0487
  • 0977 244 0490
  • 0953 358 3000

JRBGH e-Konsulta numbers available from Mondays to Fridays (except holidays) between 9 AM to 3 PM:

Call/Text

  • 0926-063-6242
  • Viber: 0953-359-4762
  • Facebook Page: JRBGH e-Konsulta
  • Email: jrbgh.infosys@gmail.com

(SourceCity Information Office)

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