PNP COVID-19 Updates (Active Cases, Deaths, Recoveries) as of May 28, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine National Police (PNP) Health Service Department has issued the list of new COVID-19 status (active cases, deaths, recoveries) as of May 28, 2021.

As per the department, there were 200 new Covid-19 Cases reported bringing the total number of active cases to 1,740. 184 were recorded additional recoveries giving a total recoveries to 21,766.

Meanwhile, Police Chief Guillermo Eleazar announced the death of one police personnel.

The 65th fatality is a 41 year old police officer assigned in Metro Manila.

According to PNP Health Service, the police was tested positive in Covid-19 on May 06, 2021. The cop was admitted on May 14 to the hospital due to fever and difficulty in breathing and on May 20, he was place into Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and was intubated.

Thursday, May 27, the cop was declared dead by his attending physician.

Police Chief Eleazar expressed his condolences to the bereave family of the police officer.

“Our deepest condolences to the bereaved family. As front liners in fighting this unseen enemy, some of our police officers are putting their life on line, saludo po ako sa inyo”, Police Chief Eleazar said.

PNP COVID-19 Cases

Here is the tally of the COVID-19 cases from the Philippine National Police Health Service as of May 28, 2021.

ClassificationNo. of Cases
New Cases200
Active Cases1,740
New Recoveries184
Total Deaths65
Total Cases23,571
Total Recoveries21,766
Source: PNP Official website

COVID-19 Latest Updates in the Philippines

The number of active cases in the Philippines has continuously increasing to 53,770 with 8,748 eported new cases as of May 28.

As announced by the DOH, there were only 3,017 new recoveries giving the total number of recoveries to 1,134,818.

DOH likewise reminded the public to practice the use of protective measures such as wearing mask and wearing face shield.

The Department also encourages the people to practice proper sanitation such as using alcohol-based or washing hands this also may protect us from spreading the virus.

See Also: Latest tally of the COVID-19 cases in the Philippines


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