Philippines records 12 new coronavirus cases, bringing total to 64

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, March 13) – The country lists 12 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 64. 

The new patients are four female and eight male. They are between 30 and 49 years old.

The new cases were identified as the following:

PH53 – 30-year-old male from Mandaluyong City

PH54- 40-year-old male from Pasig City

PH55- 59-year-old female

PH56- 41-year-old male

PH57- 65-year-old male

PH58- 45-year-old female from Makati City

PH59- 27-year-old male

PH60- 49-year-old male from Makati City

PH61- 70-year-old female

PH62- 35-year-old female

PH63-33-year-old male from Rizal

PH64- 32-year-old male from City of Manila, but is confined in a hostpital in Bataan

With this development, the number of COVID-19 patients from Makati City is now at 10.

While San Juan City reported nine cases, even though Health department data shows the city has only eight.

Quezon and Pasig cities each have six confirmed cases, Marikina has five, Manila three, Mandaluyong two, and one each in Las Pinas City and Taguig.

Two patients have so far recovered from the virus, while five died.

How the other COVID patients are related? 

 PH31, a 28-year-old woman from San Juan City is the attending physician of PH9.

PH9 is an American man who travelled recently to the United States and Korea.

Meanwhile, PH9’s wife (PH29) , another couple from his household, and a niece are also confined in a hospital for the virus.

They are all from Marikina City.

The other new patients are PH52 of Batangas and PH49, who are siblings. They are 79 and 72 years old, rspectively.

PH12 from Manila and PH43 from Makati City are brothers in law.

The other couples who got infected were PH28 and PH30, and PH5 and PH6 who are now both dead.

PH16 and PH17 travelled recently to Indonesia.

Despite the rising cases globally, the latest data from the John Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, showed that 69,643 have so far recovered from the virus.