29 new COVID-19 cases among Filipinos abroad recorded; tally now at 5,430
MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) reported 29 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases among Filipinos abroad, bringing the total to 5,430.
Of these cases, figures released by the DFA showed that 2,702 Filipinos are still undergoing treatment.
Meanwhile, 2,346 have recovered or been discharged from the hospital, including 51 new recoveries. There are 382 deaths so far.
Below is the breakdown of COVID-19 cases among overseas Filipinos as of June 10, 2020:
Asia Pacific Region
Deaths – 2
Undergoing treatment – 108
Recovered or discharged – 426
Deaths – 136
Undergoing treatment – 1862
Recovered or discharged – 1376
Deaths – 91
Undergoing treatment – 467
Recovered or discharged – 298
Deaths – 153
Undergoing treatment – 265
Recovered or discharged – 246
In the Philippines, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has exceeded 23,000.
Over 1,027 have died while 4,895 have so far recovered.
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