LIST: Cities, municipalities where COVID-19 cases were detected
In this handout photo, a team conducts a disinfection operation in Taguig City.
Handout photo, Taguig City
LIST: Cities, municipalities where COVID-19 cases were detected
(Philstar.com) - March 12, 2020 - 7:31pm

MANILA, Philippines (Update 2, 11:07 pm., March 15) — The World Health Organization sounded another global alarm on Wednesday, officially declaring the new coronavirus that has infected more than 156,000 people and killed 5,800 across the world a pandemic.

In the Philippines, there are 12 recorded deaths and 140 confirmed cases since the country first reported an infection in late January. 

There are concerns that the number of infected people may be higher due to the country’s very limited testing program and that it has spread to other parts of the country.

Based on the Department of Health’s list, here are the areas where COVID-19 cases are detected:

National Capital Region

Taguig

  1.  Case No. 4
  2. Case No. 84

Pasig

  1. Case No. 8
  2. Case No. 18
  3. Case No. 19
  4. Case No. 37
  5. Case No. 42
  6. Case No. 54
  7. Case No. 111

Marikina

  1. Case No. 9
  2. Case No. 27
  3. Case No. 28
  4. Case No. 29
  5. Case No. 30
  6. Case No. 128

San Juan

  1. Case No. 11
  2. Case No. 16
  3. Case No. 22
  4. Case No. 23
  5. Case No. 31
  6. Case No. 32
  7. Case No. 48
  8. Case No. 71
  9. Case No. 76
  10. Case No. 88
  11. Case No. 90
  12. Case No. 98
  13. Case No. 133

Quezon City

  1. Case No. 10
  2. Case No. 13
  3. Case No. 24
  4. Case No. 45
  5. Case No. 50
  6. Case No. 51
  7. Case No. 68
  8. Case No. 74
  9. Case No. 80
  10. Case No. 82
  11. Case No. 87
  12. Case No. 91
  13. Case No. 93
  14. Case No. 101
  15. Case No. 115
  16. Case No. 117
  17. Case No. 120
  18. Case No. 124
  19. Case No. 129
  20. Case No. 134
  21. Case No. 135

Manila

  1. Case No. 12
  2. Case No. 46
  3. Case No. 64
  4. Case No. 73
  5. Case No. 109
  6. Case No. 118
  7. Case No. 121
  8. Case No. 123
  9. Case No. 125

Makati

  1. Case No. 14
  2. Case No. 15
  3. Case No. 17
  4. Case No. 33
  5. Case No. 34
  6. Case No. 35
  7. Case No. 41
  8. Case No. 43
  9. Case No. 44
  10. Case No. 58
  11. Case No. 79
  12. Case No. 92
  13. Case No. 112
  14. Case No. 132 

Las Piñas

  1. Case No. 36

  2. Case No. 138

Mandaluyong

  1. Case No. 47
  2. Case No. 53
  3. Case No. 97

Pasay

  1. Case No. 83

Parañaque

  1. ???????Case No. 85
  2. Case No. 119
  3. Case No. 127
  4. Case No. 140

Caloocan

  1. Case No. 114

Muntinlupa

  1. Case No. 139

Calabarzon

Antipolo

  1. Case No. 77

Rizal 

  1. Case No. 5
  2. Case No. 6
  3. Case No. 38 
  4. Case No. 63
  5. Case No. 126

Cavite

  1. Case No. 20
  2. Case No. 75
  3. Case No. 81

Lucena City, Quezon Province

  1. Case No. 70

Batangas

  1. Case No. 49
  2. Case No. 52

Laguna

  1. Case No. 72

Central Luzon

Bulacan

  1. Case No. 99
  2. Case No. 113
  3. Case No. 116

San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan

  1. Case No. 21

New Clark City (Capas, Tarlac)

  1. Case No. 25
  2. Case No. 26

Tarlac

  1. Case No. 122

San Fernando, Pampanga 

  1. Case No. 89

Central Visayas

Negros Oriental

  1. Case No. 39

Davao Region

Davao de Oro

  1. Case No. 130

BARMM

Lanao del Sur

  1. Case No. 40

For Validation

  1. Case No. 55
  2. Case No. 56
  3. Case No. 57
  4. Case No. 59
  5. Case No. 60
  6. Case No. 61
  7. Case No. 62
  8. Case No. 65
  9. Case No. 66
  10. Case No. 67
  11. Case No. 69
  12. Case No. 78
  13. Case No. 86
  14. Case No. 94
  15. Case No. 95
  16. Case No. 96
  17. Case No. 100
  18. Case No. 101
  19. Case No. 102
  20. Case No. 103
  21. Case No. 105
  22. Case No. 106
  23. Case No. 107
  24. Case No. 108
  25. Case No. 110
  26. Case No. 136

Cases Nos. 1, 2 and 3 are Chinese tourists who tested positive while in the Philippines.

The country's first and third cases have recovered, while the second died—the first death recorded in the Philippines and the first fatality outside mainland China.

Case No. 7, meanwhile, is a Taiwanese national. 

 

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