Baby boy, frontliners among latest COVID-19 survivors in Navotas
CALOOCAN CITY, April 27 (PIA) — A newborn baby boy from Barangay San Roque; sanitary inspector Rieñer Jan Domingo, 22, from Barangay San Jose; a nurse from Barangay Sipac Almacen; and Marcos Huab, 58, from Barangay Tangos North were among the latest COVID-19 recoveries in Navotas City, the Public Information Office told the PIA-NCR on Sunday.
“We are happy that we now have a total of 11 recovered patients. Except for Mr. Huab who was admitted at Navotas City Hospital, all others were under home quarantine. We are grateful for their families and all frontliners who took care of them and nursed them back to health,” Mayor Toby Tiangco said, citing a report from the Navotas City Health Office.
The mayor also announced that two residents tested positive of COVID-19. The patient from Brgy. North Bay Boulevard South Dagat-dagatan died on April 20. The other patient, a police officer from Brgy. North Bay Boulevard North, was placed on quarantine starting April 20.
“Again, I appeal to everyone to stay home and follow the quarantine guidelines. Our frontliners are already getting sick. Let us help lessen their burden by doing what we can—staying home,” Mayor Toby said.
As of April 26, Navotas has 31 COVID-19 cases with 11 recoveries, 11 admission or under home quarantine and nine deaths.
To recall, Navotas City shares boundaries with Manila and Malabon City. (PIA NCR)