984 new cases to start the week and the data for 11.22.2021

This week will be a test as to whether the Philippines will begin reporting more days with triple digits than the low quadruple digits in the past week. The 7-day average as of yesterday’s data was 1,349 new cases/day. Will we achieve a 7-day average of triple digits at the end of this week or not?

The Health Agency reports 984 new cases based on 35,901 tests done last November 20 and a positivity rate of 2.8%. This brings the active cases down to less than 20,000. Of those that are still recorded as active cases, close to 40% are moderate to critical.

Additional 218 new deaths were announced today.

The NCR accounted for a lower end 17% of the total cases reported in the country today. Cagayan Valley and CALABARZON reported triple digits as well.

The provinces of Isabela and Pangasinan were the top provinces that reported the most cases on a provincial level today, having more than 50 cases apiece.

On an LGU level, it was Quezon City that continued to lead the pack with 44 cases or 26.2% of the total cases in the NCR. Only 6 of the 17 LGUs in NCR were in the top 20 list as 11 LGUs in Mega Manila report single digits.

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