The Health Agency continued to report less than 5,000 new cases today. Most likely, NCR will continue the trend of accounting for less than 25% of the total cases in the country.
With more than 8300 recoveries noted, the active cases are a little above 53,000 or 4.8% of the total cases in the country. Positivity rate is at 12.5% for May 10, reported today May 12. With 94 new deaths, this brings the case fatality ratio for outcomes (recoveries and deaths) steady at 1.76%.
The number of cases in the NCR are stable at around the 1,200+ for the last two days (but they were due to low cases on Tuesdays and Wednesdays). CALABARZON and Central Luzon are second and third, as expected.
In NCR, Quezon City and the City of Manila were the only cities that saw triple digits. While the rest of the LGUs had double digits, note that eleven of 17 LGUs were among the top twenty cities with most cases for the day.
On a provincial level, note that four provinces in the CALABARZON region were ranked first to fourth, with Cavite, Laguna, Batangas and Rizal hauling the cases for the day.
The OCTA Monitoring Report for May 12, 2021 focuses on the LGUs outside of the National Capital Region with the most cases. The report is published in full below. Notice those with increasing numbers are: Zamboanga City and Puerto Princesa. Those with increasing average daily attack rates (ADAR) are: Baguio City, Tuguegarao, and Puerto Princesa.