GCQ sa NCR magpapataas ng COVID-19 sa Kapaskuhan

GCQ sa NCR magpapataas ng COVID-19 sa Kapaskuhan

September 26, 2020 @ 10:58 AM 1 month ago

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Manila, Philippines – Nagbabala ang OCTA research team sa national government laban sa agarang pagbaba ng community quarantine partikular na sa Metro Manila.

Sa pinakabagong datos ng grupo, maaaring muling umakyat ang mga naitatalang kaso ng COVID sa pagbababa ng quarantine status sa national capital region sa buwan ng Disyembre.

“The national government must sustain the GCQ status in the NCR coupled with further improvements in its testing, tracing and isolation programs not just to sustain the gains of the last MECQ but to also prevent a surge, especially around Christmas time,” saad sa report.

“We caution the national government against prematurely downgrading the quarantine status in the identified high-risk areas and most especially the NCR as this may lead to exponential growth in the number of cases and deaths apart from overwhelming our health care system.”

“But this positive trend is not irreversible and significant efforts have to be
undertaken by all stakeholders to sustain it,” lahad pa ng mga eksperto.

“While the situation in the NCR has improved as the rate of transmission, the number of cases, as well as the positivity rate and the measure for hospital resource utilization are all on a downward trend, it has not yet achieved the crucial 28 days case doubling time requirement set by IATF to be classified into an MGCQ status.”

Kaugnay nga rito ay tinakda ng UP OCTA na maaaring madagdagan ng 380,000 hanggang  410,000 ang mga kaso ng COVID pagdating ng October 31.

“Therefore, we recommend sustaining the current General Community Quarantine (GCQ) status for the NCR until it further improves its health indicators and qualifies for the MGCQ status.”

 “The current trajectory (as of September 25) shows between 310,000 and 315,000 cases by September 30. It is likely we will reach the lower range of the previous projections, a very positive sign that we are headed in the right
direction,” paliwanag pa rito. RNT/FGDC


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