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60,000 COVID-19 cases seen by July 31-says UP Experts


Kaso ng COVID-19 sa Pilipinas maari daw pumalo sa mahigit sa 60,000 hanggang Hulyo 31, ayon sa isang ekspertong grupo mula sa University of the Philippines.

Ayon kayda UP professor Dr. Guido David, UP assistant professor Ranjit Singh Rye, Ma. Patricia Agbulos at UP professor Rev. Fr. Nicanor Austriaco, bukod sa pagtaas ng bilang ng mahahawaan ay maari rin tumaas sa 1,300 ang mamatay sa panahong iyon.

"Using the current value of Rt, based on the current number of cases in the Philippines (including uncategorized cases) and assuming the trends continue, this projects to more than 60,000 Covid-19 cases by July 31, with 1,300 deaths. In NCR, the projection is 27,000 cases by July 31, while in the province of Cebu, the projection is 20,000 cases by July 31. We emphasize that the projected increase in cases and deaths can be prevented by rapidly identifying and breaking chains of viral transmission, this represents "an increase of 50% from one period to the next," ayon sa grupo.

"This increase can be explained in part by the increase in testing capacity in the country especially since the positivity rate remains stable. Nonetheless, the positivity rate over the past two weeks is trending up suggesting that the pandemic is spreading more significantly, We believe that this uptick in the positivity rate reflects the current situation in Region VII: Central Visayas, which is experiencing a surge in infections," dagdag pa ng grupo.

Matatandaang noong Hunyo 11, nagbabala rin ang grupo na maaring umabot sa 40,000 ang kaso ng COVID-19 bago matapos ang buwan ng Hunyo.

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