7th Week Report: COVID-19 in Bulacan – West PH Sea Diplomatic Protests

Follow the latest COVID-19 in Bulacan updates in Bulacan COVID-19 Virus Case Bulletin article.

7th Week Summary – COVID-19 in Bulacan: April 22 to April 28

April 22, 2020 – At the start of the 7th week of the battle vs. COVID-19 in Bulacan, here are 103 COVID Cases, 5 recoveries, and 24 deaths in Bulacan.

  • The Philippines files two diplomatic protests vs. China’s actions in the West Philippine Sea: (1) On the pointing of a radar gun at a Philippine Navy ship in PH waters, and (2) declaring parts of Philippine territory as part of Hainan province.

April 23, 2020 – The World Bank approves $100-M loan for PHL coronavirus fight. Senator Sonny Angara, a coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) survivor, spent P400,000 for treatment at a private hospital in the country. OVP’s fund drive for PPEs reaches P55M on Leni’s 55th birthday.

April 24, 2020 – President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the extension of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in Metro Manila, Central Luzon, Calabarzon, and other “high-risk” areas in Luzon until May 15, 2020.

April 25, 2020 – Bulacan Governor Daniel R. Fernando leads the distribution of relief goods to the town of Bustos.

  • Chinese embassy’s ‘Iisang Dagat’ tribute sparks outrage online

April 26, 2020 – DOLE asks Taiwan to deport OFW with Facebook posts criticizing Duterte. DOLE approves 45,000 applications for OFW cash aid

April 27, 2020 – THE new “We Heal as One Center” in Philippine Arena, Bocaue, Bulacan has now been finished and may start serving as many as 300 patients infected with the Covid-19 virus.

  • Taiwan rejects deportation of OFW critical of Duterte
  • Mocha Uson urged to resign after allegedly organizing ‘mass gathering’ of quarantined workers in Batangas

April 28, 2020 – The 7th week Bulacan COVID-19 Report ended with  112 confirmed cases, 19 recovered patients, and 24 deaths in the province.

Bulacan PHO COVID-19 Report

April 22, 2020 – 104 COVID Cases, 6 Recoveries, & 24 Deaths

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BULACAN PHO COVID-19 UPDATE (as of April 22, 4PM)

The Provincial Health Office of Bulacan reports a new COVID-19 case from the town of Angat and a recovered patient from Balagtas. The total is 104 confirmed cases, 6 recovered patients, and 24 deaths. This marks the beginning of the 7th Week Bulacan COVID-19 Report.

April 23, 2020 – 104 COVID Cases, 12 Recoveries, & 24 Deaths

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BULACAN PHO COVID-19 UPDATE (as of April 23, 4PM)

The Provincial Health Office of Bulacan reports 1 new COVID-19 case from Angat and 7 recovered COVID-19 patients.

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The City of San Jose Del Monte is still at top with 16 cases. Malolos City followed next with 14 cases. Marilao is at 3rd place with 11 cases. At 4th place is Meycauayan City and Baliuag with 9 cases each.

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April 24, 2020 – 105 COVID Cases, 13 Recoveries, & 24 Deaths

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BULACAN PHO COVID-19 UPDATE (as of April 23, 4PM)

The Provincial Health Office of Bulacan reports 1 new confirmed COVID-19 case and 1 new COVID-19 recovered patient. Both cases are from the City of San Jose Del Monte.

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The City of San Jose Del Monte is still at top with 17 cases. Malolos City followed next with 14 cases. Marilao is at 3rd place with 11 cases. At 4th place is Meycauayan City and Baliuag with 9 cases each.

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April 25, 2020 – 105 COVID Cases, 3 Recoveries, & 24 Deaths

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BULACAN PHO COVID-19 UPDATE (as of April 25, 4PM)

There’s no new COVID case reported today per Provincial Health Office of Bulacan. The total still stands at 105 confirmed cases, 13 recovered patients, and 24 deaths.

April 26, 2020 – 107 COVID Cases, 17 Recoveries, & 24 Deaths

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BULACAN PHO COVID-19 UPDATE (as of April 26, 4PM)

Bulacan Provincial Health Office reports 2 new confirmed COVID-19 case and 4 new COVID-19 recovered patients. The 2 new cases came from the towns of Marilao and Calumpit. The total now is at 107 confirmed cases, 17 recovered patients, and 24 deaths.

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Bar graph showing COVID cases in Bulacan per Town/City

The City of San Jose Del Monte is still at the top with 18 cases. Malolos City followed next with 14 cases. Marilao is in 3rd place with 12 cases. At 4th place are Meycauayan City and Baliuag with 9 cases each.

April 27, 2020 – 109 COVID Cases, 17 Recoveries, & 24 Deaths

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BULACAN PHO COVID-19 UPDATE (as of April 27, 4PM)

Bulacan Provincial Health Office reports 2 new confirmed COVID-19 cases coming from the City of San Jose Del Monte and Bocaue. The total now is at 109 confirmed cases, 17 recovered patients, and 24 deaths.

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Bar graph showing COVID cases in Bulacan per Town/City

The City of San Jose Del Monte is still at the top with 18 cases. Malolos City followed next with 14 cases. Marilao is in 3rd place with 12 cases. At 4th place are Meycauayan City and Baliuag with 9 cases each.

April 28, 2020 – 112 COVID Cases, 19 Recoveries, & 24 Deaths

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BULACAN PHO COVID-19 UPDATE (as of April 28, 4PM)

Bulacan Provincial Health Office reports 3 new confirmed COVID-19 cases coming from the City of San Jose Del Monte and 2 from Bocaue. The total now is at 112 confirmed cases, 19 recovered patients, and 24 deaths. This marks the end of the 7th Week Bulacan COVID-19 Report.

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Bar graph showing COVID cases in Bulacan per Town/City

The City of San Jose Del Monte is still at the top with 19 cases. Malolos City followed next with 14 cases. Marilao is in 3rd place with 12 cases. At 4th place is Bocaue with 10 cases. Moreover, Meycauayan City and Baliuag are in 5th place with 9 cases each.

Follow the timeline with the weekly updates on our fight against Covid-19 in Bulacan. We created a journal to show the chronology of events related to Covid-19 in Bulacan, starting from the date of the first reported case in Bulacan.

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