Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by OJ Maño
This is a daily journal of the Bulacan Provincial Health Office (PHO) report on Bulacan COVID-19 cases. This is in conjunction with Bulacan COVID-19 Virus Case Bulletin where it highlights the most recent COVID-19 case using PHO data, the trend and our curve in Bulacan, and other pertinent information / references.
Read the daily log from the first case up to August 2020 in the first parts of this log: https://www.bulakenyo.ph/bulacan-covid-19-virus-journal-log-book-first-case-to-june-2020/ and https://www.bulakenyo.ph/bulacan-covid-19-virus-log-book-july-august-2020/
Daily Updates on the Bulacan COVID-19 Cases from BPHO
These are the daily updates that are being reported by the Bulacan Provincial Health Office at 4pm of each day. The cases continue to increase, but at a slower rate. We can also see that the number of active cases have already started to flatten.
As we move back to Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ) starting October 1, 2020, as per the announcement of President Duterte, let us work together to make sure that cases will not spike. KEEP SAFE EVERYONE!
Let us all work together through continuous practice of safety and health protocols:
- Always wash your hands with soap and water
- Maintain physical distancing
- Wear your masks properly.
- Dispose your masks properly.
- Stay at home, unless it is absolutely necessary to go out.
- Use alcohol or other types of sanitizers to sanitize your hands and surfaces.
Note: There were no updates released by Bulacan PHO on some days in September (14th, 15th, 17th, 19th, 20th, 23rd). This was the statement released by the Bulacan Provincial Health Office on those dates:
ADVISORY: Due to the data harmonization between Provincial Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (PESU) & Cities/Municipalities Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (C/MESU), our office will not be posting Bulacan COVID-19 Updates tonight and in the next few days. Thank you for understanding and support.
Distribution of Bulacan COVID-19 Cases in the Towns and Cities
Here is the latest distribution. The top 3 areas with the most number of Bulacan Covid-19 active cases are: CSJDM, City of Meycauayan, and Sta. Maria. Note also that there has been a relatively big increase in the cases in the towns of Baliuag, Bocaue, Balagtas, and Plaridel. There has been a big number of recoveries in the City of Malolos as well.
According to their latest advisory, the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) will shoulder the full cost of treatment for all COVID-19 cases until April 14, 2020. After the date, PhilHealth shall continue to provide financial coverage to COVID cases through a recomputed case rate.
Last April 7, 2020, PhilHealth President Ricardo Morales announced that COVID-19 patients who are admitted April 15 onwards will be covered by a case rate package divided into four categories.
- Mild pneumonia: P43,997.00
- Moderate pneumonia: P143,267.00
- Severe pneumonia: P333,519.00
- Critical pneumonia: P786,384.00
Make sure you also check the coverage from your personal health insurance provider.
Official Sources in Bulacan
Make sure that you verify your information with credible sources before sharing. For other updates on Covid-19 cases in Bulacan, you can also follow the Bulacan Provincial Health Office in their Facebook Page.