Are we plateauing at 7K+ with regions outside NCR reporting higher cases on 06.10.2021?

Tomorrow we will pass 1.3M total cases.

The Health Agency reports close to 7,500 new cases (with 4 laboratories not submitting reports) for June 8, 2021. The positivity rate is still a high 12.8% in spite of the close to 52,000 tests done. To bring down the positivity rate, more testing should be done. Approximately 100,000 tests a day will help bring the national positivity rate to less than 10%. With more cases than recoveries, the active cases are up again at 4.4%.

There were 122 new deaths reported today. The case fatality ratio for outcomes remains steady at 1.80%.

Hospital utilization on a national level is higher than NCR alone, but it is still NCR that remains to be the largest contributor to the number of daily cases on a regional level.

The NCR sees a jump in cases as it sees a 2.5% increase in cases from the previous week owning close to 16% of the total cases in the country today. It is back in number 1 among regions, followed by CALABARZON and Central Luzon, the original triumvirate. These three regions remain to contribute to more than 40% of the total cases in the country daily.

Western, Central and Eastern Visayas are now in 4th, 6th and 7th rank as the Visayas region sees a sudden increase in cases.

Among LGUs in NCR, Quezon City, Manila and Caloocan City reported triple digits and 8 of 17 LGUs from NCR were among the top twenty cities/municipalities with most cases.

On a provincial level, Cavite continued to lead followed by Iloilo and Davao del Sur.

Davao City was once again the top city with most cases for the day. Iloilo City was number 5. Silang (Cavite), home to Tagaytay City was in seventh spot.

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