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Kalinga logs 6 Delta, 1 Alpha “Abra gets 326 Covid cases in a day”

The Provincial Government of Kalinga announced that its Provincial Epidemiological Surveillance Unit (PESU) received an information Saturday evening that another six Delta Variant and one Alpha Variant of Corona Virus Disease (Covid 19) were discovered in the province.

The information came from the Cordillera Regional Epidemiological Surveillance Unit (RESU).

The Alpha variant, also known as lineage B.1.1.7, is a variant of SARS-CoV-2 which belongs to the several variants of concern. The variant is estimated to be 40–80% more transmissible than the wild-type SARS-CoV-2.

The Alpha variant, also known as lineage B.1.1.7, is a variant of SARS-CoV-2 which belongs to the several variants of concern. The variant is estimated to be 40–80% more transmissible than the wild-type SARS-CoV-2.

The newly recorded delta variant cases are: a male from Mabilong, Lubuagan ; a male from San Quintin ,Rizal; a female from Calaocan, ,Rizal; a female from San Pedro, Rizal; a female from Liwan West, Rizal; and a female from Junction, Pinukpuk. The lone Alpha Variant is a 36 year old female from Barangay Casigayan, Tabuk City.

As of Saturday, the province logged 114 new cases.

Meanwhile, Abra logged its record high of 326 new COVID-19 cases in a day on Saturday. Governor Joy Bernos said most of the infected ones are families living in one house.

She reminded the residents to strictly wear protective gears at all times.

The governor also warned the people to be more careful especially that the close contacts of the infected individuals who might not know that they may be infected are still roaming around.

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