BREAKING: DOH says number of persons checked for suspected nCoV rose to 267 |

MANILA, Philippines– The number of individuals being looked for presumed novel coronavirus acute respiratory disease or 2019-nCoV ARD in the Philippines has to 267, the Department of Health (DOH) said Saturday.

This is a significant boost from previous data of 215 people being probed for the virus.A recent post from the DOH official Facebook page showed that most of the clients under examination (PUIs) for possible 2019-nCoV ARD are from Metro Manila with 103 PUIs.

View today’s updated 2019-nCoV case tracker as of February 8, 2020 (12:00 pm) at: …

Consisted of in the list of PUIs are the 2 fatalities who are PUIs for possible nCoV.

The first death of a PUI included a 29-year-old Chinese who passed away after fighting pneumonia however was unfavorable for the virus.

The 2nd case of PUI death is a specific, whose nationality was not disclosed, likewise died of pneumonia.

The 3 verified cases of novel coronavirus were also included in the list of clients under probe for the virus.

The DOH said the variety of validated cases of nCoV stayed at three in the Philippines.The Chinese couple were the very first and 2nd verified cases in the Philippines. The 38-year-old Chinese female is currently being isolated at San Lazaro Medical Facility in Manila while her partner, 44-year-old Chinese guy, passed away of serious pneumonia brought on by the novel coronavirus. The third case involved a 60-year-old Chinese female who went back to China after her second set of samples checked unfavorable for nCoV. Her first sample was discovered favorable for the fatal infection after she traveled to China. Here is the breakdown of the variety of PUIs in the Philippines: Don’t lose out on the current news and

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