13 more Filipinos overseas get coronavirus—DFA
MANILA, Philippines — The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infected 13 more Filipinos abroad, raising the total COVID-19 infections among Filipinos overseas to 10,181.
As of Saturday, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) recorded the additional infections from Americas, Asia and the Pacific, and Europe.
12 September 2020
Today, the DFA reports no new fatalities from COVID-19 among our nationals abroad. Overall, reports show an increase in the confirmed cases and the number of Filipinos who have recovered from the disease, (1/3) @teddyboylocsin pic.twitter.com/K4tGSDeAxcFEATURED STORIESGLOBALNATION
— DFA Philippines (@DFAPHL) September 12, 2020
Of the 10,181 inflicted by the virus in 77 countries, 2,982 Filipinos are undertaking treatment in health centers.
In addition, DFA also recorded that 10 more Filipinos living in other countries were discharged from hospitals. This raised the total recoveries to 6,431.
The foreign affairs department said COVID-19 death toll among Filipinos abroad remained at 768 with no new deaths.
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