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Melikhaya laxa🇿🇦 Nov 17
My sisters are fighting for their lives 🙏
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The Philippine Star Nov 21
1,791 ADDITIONAL COVID-19 CASES BREAKING: The Department of Health reported 1,791 additional cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, November 21, 2020, bringing the total number of cases in the Philippines to 416,852.  
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GMA News Nov 21
BREAKING: DOH reports 1,791 new COVID-19 cases for today, November 21. 416,852 total confirmed cases, 33,224 active 328 new recoveries, 375,548 total 55 new deaths, 8,080 total | via
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World Health Organization Philippines Nov 22
Updates from this 22 November: There are 1,968 people newly confirmed with . The total confirmed cases in the Philippines are now 418,818. Of the confirmed cases, 24,209 are active.
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Letran SHS Fourth Estate 12h
Here's the Fourth Estate Bulletin as of 4 pm November 23, 2020. Learn more here: Stay Safe, Senior Squires!
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Concept NEWS CENTRAL Nov 15
[THREAD] DOH holds media briefing on the latest COVID-19 updates | via
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EACMed - Cavite Nov 15
Calling for donations! President Emilio Aguinaldo Medical Foundation, Inc. is now accepting donations for the frontliners and hospital staff of EACMed.
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Concept NEWS CENTRAL Nov 15
JUST IN: The country's COVID-19 caseload exceeded the 407,000-mark after the health department reported 1,530 new infections on Sunday. Of these, 25,677 are active cases. Fatalities increased to 7,832, while total recoveries climbed to 374,329. | via
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Concept NEWS CENTRAL Nov 19
Davao City reverts to general community quarantine effective immediately until 30 November following the surge of COVID-19 cases there, says Malacañang. | via
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Las Piñas City Update Nov 22
COVID-19 UPDATE | LAS PIÑAS CITY NOVEMBER 22, 2020 • 15 NEW CASES (TOTAL: 4,995) • 18 NEW RECOVERIES (TOTAL: 4,736) • 0 NEW DEATH (TOTAL: 197) • 62 ACTIVE CASES
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The Philippine Star Nov 20
Davao City posted the highest increase in COVID-19 cases with 113 new infections on November 20, 2020.
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🎂🎁PJ's 25th B-Day in 30 DAYS!🎁🎂 Nov 21
COVID-19 case data tally for November 21.
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Manila Public Information Office Nov 16
Latest coronavirus data in the City of Manila, as of November 16, 2020.
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The Philippine Star Nov 22
1,968 NEW COVID-19 CASES BREAKING: The Department of Health reported 1,968 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, November 22, 2020, bringing the total number of cases in the Philippines to 418,818. The numbers include time-based recoveries from DOH's Oplan Recovery.
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Covid19 Ph Tracker Nov 16
Nov 16, 2020 Philippines: Cases: 407,838 Active Cases: 25,677 New Cases: Deaths: 7,832 Recovered: 374,329 World: Cases: 54,861,852 Active Cases: 15,372,677 New Cases: +55,496 Deaths: 1,325,085 Recovered: 38,164,090
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The Junior Perpetualite Nov 18
Replying to @JrPerpetualite
The total recoveries today is 374,666 and total deaths to 7,957. The new total active cases is 29,474.
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Wanda Erika Buñag Nov 18
Be the first to know about the latest updates on COVID-19 pandemic, lockdowns, community quarantine, new normal, and . We Serve the People. We Give Glory To God!
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DZUP Balita Nov 16
Replying to @DZUPbalita
From a total of 404,713 on Friday, November 13, the country's COVID-19 tally went up to 406,337 on Saturday and 407,838 on Sunday. More than 11,000 active cases on Sunday were re-tagged as recovered cases, following DOH's time-based recovery strategy.
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World Health Organization Philippines Nov 18
Replying to @WHOPhilippines
143 additional people with have recovered, bringing the total recoveries to 374,666. Sadly, 95 people with COVID-19 have died. The total COVID-19 related deaths are now 7,957. We extend our condolences to the families of the 95 people who passed away.
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🎂🎁PJ's 25th B-Day in 30 DAYS!🎁🎂 9h
COVID-19 case data tally for November 23. Today's total 'confirmed' cases reach 420,000+.
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