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32 New Cases Recorded in Benguet Today

The Province of Benguet has recorded thirty-two (32) new cases and six (6) new recoveries today, December 4, 2020 (Friday). This is according to the case update posted by PIO-Benguet EOC.

32 New Cases in Benguet

Here are the new cases logged today in Benguet and these are the following details:

22 New Cases in La Trinidad

  • 53-year-old Male, Poblacion
  • 43-year-old Male, Bahong
  • 47-year-old Male, Puguis
  • 50-year-old Male, Alapang
  • 40-year-old Male, Wangal
  • 23-year-old Male, Wangal
  • 41-year-old Male, Tawang
  • 44-year-old Male, Alapang
  • 11-year-old Male, Poblacion
  • 41-year-old Female, Balili
  • 5-year-old Female, Poblacion
  • 52-year-old Female, Wangal
  • 43-year-old Female, Lubas
  • 6-year-old Female, Poblacion
  • 43-year-old Female, Pico
  • 47-year-old Female, Alapang
  • 38-year-old Female, Poblacion
  • 26-year-old Female, Cruz
  • 20-year-old Female, Pico
  • 17-year-old Female, Wangal
  • 45-year-old Female, Alapang

4 New Cases in Mankayan

  • 31-year-old Male, Balili
  • 12-year-old Male, Sapid
  • 1-year-old Female, Sapid
  • 13-year-old Female, Paco

3 New Cases in Tuba

  • 39-year-old Male, Camp 3
  • 28-year0old Female, Camp 3
  • 35-year-old Female, Tadiangan

2 New Cases in Itogon

  • 36-year-old Male, Virac
  • 31-year-old Female, Gumatdang

1 New Case in Tublay

  • 37-year-old Male, Caponga

6 New Recoveries in Benguet

A total of six (6) recoveries were also listed today in the province:

  • Three (3) recoveries from La Trinidad
  • Two (2) recoveries from Tuba
  • One (1) recovery from Kapangan

1 New Fatality in Benguet

  • 46-year-old Female, resident of Itogon

Total Case in Benguet

The total cases recorded in the province as of today is 2,194. In the daily monitoring update, 1,821 patients have recovered while 353 cases are still active, and a total of 20 fatalities were listed.

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Source: PIO-Benguet EOC

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