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Philippines experiences a rise in daily average COVID cases. DOH and local authorities urge booster uptake and health protocols.
Due to low infection rates and ease in restrictions, the Philippines’ now ranks 33rd in Tokyo-based Nikkei Asia COVID-19 Recovery Index.
Three more cases of the Omicron BA.2.12.1 subvariant are detected in Western Visayas. DOH says that variant is currently no cause of concern.
In a press briefing held on Friday, DOH reported 14 omicron BA.2.12.11 cases in Metro Manila and Puerto Princesa.
The Inter-Agency Task Force announced that inbound passengers can now enter the Philippines by presenting a rapid antigen test.
Chinese authorities extended the Shanghai lockdown. This decision came after city-wide testing that reported more than 13,000 new cases.
WHO laid out three possible circumstances the pandemic might follow in 2022. The worst case scenario being a much more terminal variant.
Philippines reopens borders this April. Fully vaccinated foreigners may now enter the country; facility-based quarantine no longer required.