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Paulene Ordoñez (DOH)

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Konting paalala mula kay BIDA ang may Disiplina Ambassador Paolo Bediones! Sa panahon ng pandemya, BIDA ang may disiplina! Let's #BIDASolusyon sa COVID-19!

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Bisitahin at i-like na ang Healthy Pilipinas para sa karagdagang impormasyon! 💚

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LOOK: DOH COVID-19 CASE BULLETIN #219 As of 4PM today, October 19, 2020, the Department of Health reports the total number of COVID-19 cases at 359,169, after 2,638 newly-confirmed cases were added to the list of COVID-19 patients. DOH likewise announces 226 recoveries. This brings the total number of recoveries to 310,303. Note: Of the 2,638 reported cases today, 1,932 (73%) occurred within the recent 14 days (October 6 - October 19, 2020). The top regions with cases in the recent two weeks were NCR (555 or 29%), Region 4A (463 or 24%) and Region 6 (187 or 10%). Of the 26 deaths, 15 occurred in October (58%), 2 in September (8%) 5 in August (19%) and 4 in July (15%). Deaths were from NCR (6 or 23%), Region 12 (4 or 15%), Region 9 (3 or 12%), Region 6 (2 or 8%), Region 8 (2 or 8%), Region 4A (2 or 8%), Region 1 (1 or 4%), Region 3 (1 or 4%), Region 10 (1 or 4%), Region 11 (1 or 4%), BARMM (1 or 4%), CAR (1 or 4%), and unspecified (1 or 4%). 87 duplicates were removed from the total case count. Of these, 76 recovered cases and 3 deaths have been removed. Moreover, 5 cases previously tagged as recovered were reclassified as deaths. 16 labs were not able to submit their data to the COVID-19 Data Repository System (CDRS) on October 18, 2020. These numbers undergo constant cleaning and validation.

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May kumakalat na huwad na mga SMS at advertisement na nagsasabing mayroon nang bakuna para sa COVID-19 sa isang pasilidad dito sa ating bansa. Heto ang facts! Sa kasalukuyaan ay wala pang bakuna laban sa COVID-19 at patuloy pa itong pinag-aaralan sa iba’t-ibang parte ng mundo. Nakalatag na rin ang mga plano para sa vaccine trials para sa ating bansa at agad itong ipapatupad matapos ang karagdagang paghahanda. Rekomendasyon ng DOH na maging maalam sa mga hakbang na ginagawa upang magkaroon ng bakuna laban sa COVID-19! Sundan ang DOH FB page para sa karagdagang impormasyon. Maaaring i-check ang aming mga FAQ tungkol sa vaccine trials sa link na ito: bit.ly/DOHVaccineFAQs. Alamin ang tamang impormasyon para together, we can #BIDASolusyon sa COVID-19!

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Bisitahin at i-like na ang Healthy Pilipinas para sa karagdagang impormasyon! 💚

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Kung may kahit na kaunting duda sa iyong kalagayan, agad na mag-isolate para iwas kalat ng COntraVIDa! BIDA ang may alam! Let's #BIDASolusyon sa COVID-19!

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You may now check out the 175th issue of DOH’s Beat COVID-19 Today: Philippine Situationer! ✨ Click here to view and download 👉🏼 bit.ly/BeatCOVID19PH Note: Data as of yesterday, October 18, 2020 #BeatCOVID19 #WeHealAsOne #COVID19PH

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Bakit nga ba mahalaga ang paghuhugas ng kamay? 🤔 Tignan ang mga statistics sa album na ito as proof that #CleanHandsSaveLives! 💦👏🏼 I-sanitize ang mga kamay and #BIDASolusyon sa COVID-19!

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Yesterday
Francis Corpuz (DOH)

DOH-PMA-PFV-PHAP JOINT PRESS RELEASE PR No: 2020-10-20-01 20 October 2020 ------------------------------ Health Connect Webinar on Measles and Herd Immunity October 20––The Department of Health (DOH), Philippine Medical Association (PMA), Philippine Foundation for Vaccination (PFV), and the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Association of the Philippines (PHAP) held the fourth in their series of “Health Connect” online forum, titled “Measles Threat in the Philippines: The Need for Herd Immunity”. “We cannot understate the value of vaccines,” said Department of Health National Immunization Campaign Program Manager Dr. Wilda Silva, who emphasized the role of vaccination in protecting children’s lives. Dr. Silva noted that measles is a highly contagious disease that seriously affects the respiratory systems of children. “With no specific treatment for the disease, vaccination is seen as the best form of protection,” she added. Dr. Silva was joined by the president of the Pediatric Infectious Disease Society of the Philippines, Dr. Mary Ann Bunyi, who explained how measles is easily transmitted from one child to another, and highlighted how herd immunity prevents this. “We want our children to get vaccinated not just for their own safety, but to help in protecting the entire community,” said Dr. Bunyi. “We support this government campaign to protect children and their families through vaccination. Ensuring that our children and communities are free from vaccine-preventable diseases like measles will help the country sustain the battle against COVID-19,” said PHAP Executive Director Teodoro Padilla. Herd immunity is achieved when a sufficient number of people in the community is immune to an infectious disease. It also protects others who have not been vaccinated, including those with very weak immune systems and very young babies. Dr. Bunyi added that “while measles is highly contagious, it is also a vaccine-preventable disease. This means the more children get vaccinated, the lower its rate of transmission.” PFV Executive Director Dr. Lulu Bravo joined the event as a reactor and emphatically asked everyone to remember the value of vaccination and trust in the science behind its development. PIDSP Vice-President Dr. Fatima Gimenez moderated the event, and encouraged everyone to do their part in sharing trusted information about public health matters, specifically vaccination. “As the world awaits a vaccine for our current pandemic, we must remember to continue our vaccination efforts for other existing diseases to fully protect everyone in our community,” Health Secretary Francisco T. Duque III said. “We support this DOH campaign because vaccination saves lives and remains to be one of the most successful and cost effective health interventions of our time. We share in the belief that the people who develop, deliver, and receive them are modern-day heroes because they are working to protect the health of everyone even amidst the challenges brought by the pandemic,” said PMA President Dr. Benito Atienza. The Health Connect webinar is in support of the DOH campaign to conduct a nationwide measles, rubella, and polio supplemental immunization activity starting October 26. In the Philippines, an estimated 2.4M children under the age of five are susceptible for measles. The DOH aims to vaccinate 95% of children in their campaign. Phase One will take place in Mindanao, Cordillera Administrative Region, Ilocos Region, Cagayan Valley, MIMAROPA, and Bicol. The webinar was streamed live on the PMA and PHAP Facebook pages. ###

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Basahin ang mga payo ni BIDA ang may Disiplina Ambassador Regine Tolentino kung paano natin matutuldukan ang pandemyang ito! Sa panahon ng pandemya, BIDA Ang may Disiplina! Let's #BIDASolusyon sa COVID-19!

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Bisitahin at i-like na ang Healthy Pilipinas para sa karagdagang impormasyon! 💚

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LOOK: DOH COVID-19 CASE BULLETIN #220 As of 4PM today, October 20, 2020, the Department of Health reports the total number of COVID-19 cases at 360,775, after 1,640 newly-confirmed cases were added to the list of COVID-19 patients. DOH likewise announces 369 recoveries. This brings the total number of recoveries to 310,642. Note: Of the 1,640 reported cases today, 1,487 (91%) occurred within the recent 14 days (October 7 - October 20, 2020). The top regions with cases in the recent two weeks were NCR (366 or 25%), Region 4A (264 or 18%) and Region 10 (124 or 8%). Of the 17 deaths, 11 occurred in October (65%), 5 in September (29%) and 1 in April (6%). Deaths were from Region 9 (5 or 29%), NCR (5 or 29%), Region 3 (2 or 12%), CAR (2 or 12%), Region 1 (1 or 6%), Region 11 (1 or 6%), and Region 12 (1 or 6%). 34 duplicates were removed from the total case count. Of these, 26 recovered cases and 2 deaths have been removed. Moreover, 4 cases previously tagged as recovered were reclassified as deaths. 15 labs were not able to submit their data to the COVID-19 Data Repository System (CDRS) on October 19, 2020. These numbers undergo constant cleaning and validation.

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Sa kahit na nong maliit na tyansa o duda na ikaw ay nahawaan ng COVID-19, agad na mag-isolate! Maging responsable para maprotektahan ang sarili at ang iyong pamilya! Kung nakakaranas ng kahit na ano sa tatlong ito, mag-isolate at i-monitor ang kalagayan! BIDA ang may alam! Let's #BIDASolusyon sa COVID-19!

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Bisitahin at i-like na ang Healthy Pilipinas para sa karagdagang impormasyon! 💚

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Pabakunahan na ang inyong mga chikiting para sa isang #HealthyPilipinas! 💚

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You may now check out the 176th issue of DOH’s Beat COVID-19 Today: Philippine Situationer! ✨ Click here to view and download 👉🏼 bit.ly/BeatCOVID19PH Note: Data as of yesterday, October 19, 2020 #BeatCOVID19 #WeHealAsOne #COVID19PH

8:56 AM

Hugasan ang mga kamay nang at least 20s gamit ang tubig at sabon para goodbye dumi, hello healthy! I-sanitize ang mga kamay para goodbye COntraVIDa and to #BIDASolusyon sa COVID-19!

8:02 PM
Today

Kahit may konting pagdududa sa kalagayan, agad na mag-isolate! Yan ang tama to #BIDASolusyon sa COVID-19!

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Bisitahin at i-like na ang Healthy Pilipinas para sa karagdagang impormasyon!💚

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LOOK: DOH COVID-19 CASE BULLETIN #221 As of 4PM today, October 21, 2020, the Department of Health reports the total number of COVID-19 cases at 362,243, after 1,509 newly-confirmed cases were added to the list of COVID-19 patients. DOH likewise announces 911 recoveries. This brings the total number of recoveries to 311,506. Note: Of the 1,509 reported cases today, 1,356 (90%) occurred within the recent 14 days (October 8 - October 21, 2020). The top regions with cases in the recent two weeks were NCR (320 or 24%), Region 4A (297 or 22%) and Region 6 (129 or 10%). Of the 60 deaths, 45 occurred in October (75%), 7 in September (12%) and 8 in August (13%). Deaths were from NCR (23 or 38%), Region 4A (9 or 15%), Region 6 (8 or 13%), Region 1 (3 or 5%), Region 3 (3 or 5%), Region 5 (3 or 5%), Region 7 (3 or 5%), Region 9 (2 or 3%), BARMM (2 or 3%), Region 8 (1 or 2%), Region 10 (1 or 2%), Region 12 (1 or 2%), and CAR (1 or 2%). 41 duplicates were removed from the total case count. Of these, 31 recovered cases and 3 deaths have been removed. Moreover, 16 cases previously tagged as recovered were reclassified as deaths. 13 labs were not able to submit their data to the COVID-19 Data Repository System (CDRS) on October 20, 2020. These numbers undergo constant cleaning and validation.

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