Philippines records 34 new COVID-19 cases

The Department of Health on Saturday (March 14), reported 34 new COVID-19 cases (PH65-PH98), bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 98.

Details of these news cases are currently being validated and will be made public as soon as the information is available.

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III called for the public’s cooperation and appealed on behalf of the frontline health workers and medical personnel who are “risking their safety to respond to the needs of the public.”

“All we ask is for you to do your part: practice preventive measures, go on strict home quarantine if you are experiencing mild symptoms, and help halt the spread of fake news. The success of our measures to contain COVID-19 is hinged on your participation. We will get through this together,” Duque said.

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