Sep 22, 2020

Summary of COVID-19 patients in Palawan

Of the active cases, sixteen (16) are in Puerto Princesa, eight (8) are in Bataraza, three (3) are in Busuanga, two (2) are in Cuyo, two (2) are in Roxas, and one (1) is in Taytay.

Map tracker of COVID-19 patients in Puerto Princesa City and municipalities in Palawan.

 

As of Tuesday (9:45 a.m., July 7, 2020), the city and province already have 46 confirmed COVID-19 cases with thirteen (13) recoveries, one (1) death, and thirty-two (32) active cases. Of the active cases, sixteen (16) are in Puerto Princesa, eight (8) are in Bataraza, three (3) are in Busuanga, two (2) are in Cuyo, two (2) are in Roxas, and one (1) is in Taytay.

1. Patient No. 1 (recovered/has returned to Australia) is a 26-year-old male Australian. He arrived in Palawan on March 7 for a vacation in one of the northern municipalities. He was confirmed COVID-19 positive on March 21, after he had left the country on March 17.

2. Patient No. 2 (deceased) was a 63-year-old male local resident from Barangay Tanabag, who had no travel history. He was confirmed positive on April 26, after he had died on April 21.

3. Patient No. 3 (recovered) is an asymptomatic female overseas Filipino worker (OFW) returnee who arrived in Palawan on May 31. She was confirmed COVID-19 on June 3. She remains to be isolated in one of the city’s facilities as she waits for the result of her repeat confirmatory test.

4. Patient No. 4 (recovered) is a male local stranded individual who arrived from Luzon on June 5 aboard 2Go vessel along with 276 other returnees. He remained asymptomatic and is also isolated in one of the city’s facilities.

5. Patient No. 5 (recovered) is a male local stranded returnee and was a close contact of Patient No. 4.

6. Patient No. 6 (recovered) is a 38-year-old female who arrived in Coron from Metro Manila on June 13 aboard 2Go Shipping Lines.

7. Patient No. 7 (recovered) is a 19-year-old male who arrived in Coron from Manila on June 14 aboard June Aster vessel (batil).

8. Patient No. 8 (recovered) is an eight-month-old baby who is a relative of Patient No. 7.

9. Patient No. 9 is a male overseas Filipino worker (OFW) who arrived on June 14 aboard 2Go Shipping Lines.

10. Patient No. 10 (recovered) is a male locally stranded individual (LSI) in Sofronio Española and was “considered close contact” of the returnees who arrived on June 5.

11. Patient No. 11 (recovered) is a male locally stranded individual (LSI) also in Softonio Española and was “considered close contact” of the returnees who arrived on June 5.

12. Patient No. 12 is a female nurse from Ospital Ng Palawan (ONP) in Puerto Princesa City considered as “possible local transmission”.

13. Patient No. 13 (recovered) is a 19-year-old male LSI in Sofronio Española who arrived on June 5 aboard 2Go Shipping Lines.

14. Patient No. 14 (recovered) is a 55-year-old female LSI in Sofronio Española who arrived on June 14 aboard 2Go Shipping Lines.

15. Patient No. 15 (recovered) is an 8-year-old female LSI in Sofronio Española who also arrived on June 14 aboard 2Go Shipping Lines. She is a relative of Patient No. 14.

16. Patient No. 16 is a male institutional worker (IW) in ONP. He was a direct contact of Patient No. 12 and was considered as a “local transmission” case by health officials.

17. Patient No. 17 is a female nurse in ONP who had also had direct contact with Patient No. 12. She was considered as the 3rd case of “local transmission”.

18. Patient No. 18 is a 6-year-old female patient who is a close contact of an infected healthcare worker at the Ospital ng Palawan (ONP) and is considered a case of “community transmission”.

19. Patient No. 19 is a 57-year-old male who is a close contact of an infected healthcare worker at the Ospital ng Palawan (ONP) and is considered a case of “community transmission”.

20. Patient No. 20 is a 25-year-old female who is a close contact of an infected healthcare worker at the Ospital ng Palawan (ONP) and is considered a case of “community transmission”.

21. Patient No. 21 is a 26-year-old male who is a close contact of an infected healthcare worker at the Ospital ng Palawan (ONP) and is considered a case of “community transmission”.

22. Patient No. 22 is a 28-year-old male who is a close contact of an infected healthcare worker at the Ospital ng Palawan (ONP) and is considered a case of “community transmission”.

23. Patient No. 23 is a 27-year-old female resident of Brgy. Sta. Monica, who is not a close contact of any previously reported case. The patient is considered a separate case of “community transmission”.

24. Patient No. 24 is a 47-year-old father who is a locally stranded returnee from Busuanga who arrived on June 7 from Metro Manila aboard June Aster vessel (batil).

25. Patient No. 25 is a 46-year-old wife of Patient No. 24.

26. Patient No. 26 is a 25-year-old son of Patients No. 24 and 25.

27. Patient No. 27 is a male locally stranded returnee in “his 40s” in Bataraza who arrived from Metro Manila on June 8.

28. Patient No. 28 is also a male locally stranded returnee in “his 40s” in Bataraza who arrived from Metro Manila on June 8.

29. Patient No. 29 (recovered) is a 46-year-old male locally stranded returnee in Sofronio Española who arrived from Metro Manila on June 14 aboard 2Go Shipping Lines.

30. Patient No. 30 is a female locally stranded returnee from Metro Manila who arrived on June 18 in Puerto Princesa City via AirAsia flight.

31. Patient No. 31 is a 55-year-old female and one of the close contacts of previously reported cases from Puerto Princesa.

32. Patient No. 32 is a 44-year-old female locally stranded returnee in Puerto Princesa who arrived on June 28 aboard 2Go Shipping Lines

33. Patient No. 33 is a 34-year-old male locally stranded returnee in Bataraza who arrived from Manila on June 8.

34. Patient No. 34 is a 42-year-old male locally stranded returnee in Bataraza who arrived from Manila on June 8.

35. Patient No. 35 is a 25-year-old male locally stranded in Taytay returnee who arrived on June 15 from Cebu City.

36. Patient No. 36 is a 23-year-old locally stranded returnee in Cuyo who arrived from Manila on June 24.

37. Patient No. 37 is a 1-year-old locally stranded returnee in Cuyo who is not related to Patient No. 36 and arrived from Manila on June 24. This person is not related to Patient No. 36

38. Patient No. 38 is in the mid-20s, a male locally stranded returnee in Bataraza who arrived from Manila on June 9.

39. Patient No. 39 is in the mid-20s, a male locally stranded returnee in Bataraza who arrived from Manila on June 9.

40. Patient No. 40 is a 26-year-old male detainee in Puerto Princesa City Jail and is considered a case of “community transmission”.

41. Patient No. 41 is a 26-year-old male detainee in Puerto Princesa City Jail and is considered a case of “community transmission”.

42. Patient No. 42 is a 31-year-old male locally stranded returnee in Puerto Princesa who arrived from Manila on June 28 aboard 2Go Shipping Lines.

43. Patient No. 43 is a 30-year-old male locally stranded returnee in Roxas who arrived from Manila on June 14 aboard 2Go Shipping Lines.

44. Patient No. 44 is a 24-year-old female locally stranded returnee in Roxas who arrived from Manila on June 15 aboard Cebu Pacific.

45. Patient No. 45 is a 20-year-old male locally stranded returnee in Bataraza who arrived from Manila on June 9.

46. Patient No. 46 is a 40-year-old female locally stranded returnee in Bataraza who arrived from Manila on June 9.

 

(Compiled by Jane Tumalac, Frederick Kim Dagot, and Romar Miranda)

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