After battling rising cases of COVID-19 for nearly a month due to local transmission, the town is now declared COVID-free.

“As of today, the remaining two active COVID-19 cases have been reported recovered by the RHU (Rural Health Unit), leaving zero active cases in Cuyo,” a statement from the town local government read.

The town has so far logged a total of 99 COVID-19 cases, with active cases peaking at one time at 62 cases.

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