Still no confirmed Covid-19 case in Aurora as of Tuesday but PUIs, PUMs rising
As of March 24, there are still no confirmed case of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in Aurora province, according to the Public Affairs and Information Assistance Division.
Based on information from Aurora Emergency Operation Center, no patient has yet tested positive for the disease, but there are now 4,242 patients under monitoring (PUMs) and 153 patients under investigation (PUIs).
“Nananatili pong walang confirmed case ang Lalawigan ng Aurora,” Aurora officials said.
“Manatili pa rin po tayo sa ating mga tahanan at patuloy na sundin ang mga tagubilin sa atin ng ating pamahalaan,” they added.
A total lockdown was imposed on the entire province on Sunday with all its borders closed to everyone.
Acting Gov. Christian Noveras, in an executive order, said the lockdown was meant to ward off the Covid-19.
“Governor Noveras imposed a travel ban to and from the province and shall be in effect for all travelers, including residents of the province, except for those with cargoes bringing important deliveries and authorized persons only,” the chief of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office said.
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