Aurora remains Covid-19-free as of March 31— officials
While its neighboring provinces have reported several coronavirus cases, Aurora remains Covid-19
free as of March 31, according to the Aurora Emergency Operation Center.
But health officials are still waiting for the result of one more specimen that was to be tested for the coronavirus, the province’s Public Affairs and Information Assistance Division said on Tuesday.
“Nananatili pong walang confirmed case ang Lalawigan ng Aurora ngunit may isa po tayong specimen na ipinadala upang masuri. Patuloy po nating ipagdasal na ito ay hindi isang COVID-19 case sa ating lalawigan,” provincial information officers said.
“Manatili pa rin po tayo sa ating mga tahanan at patuloy na sundin ang mga tagubilin sa atin ng ating pamahalaan,” they added.
As of Tuesday, there are some 6,741 persons under monitoring (PUMs) in Aurora, with 3,587 still on home quarantine while the rest have completed it.
Some 204 are persons under investigation (PUIs), of whom seven have been tested with six negative outcomes and the last one waiting for the results.
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