San Fernando COVID-19 active cases are now below 1,000
As of February 1, San Fernando records less than 1,000 active COVID-19 cases for the first time in the last 20 days. According to the city’s government and health care system data, San Fernando now had 962 active cases last February 1. Previously, the city continued to breach 1,000 active cases since January 13—which affected the health care system in San Fernando. The city local government unit (LGU) urges tourists and residents to follow health protocol guidelines like wearing face masks and physical distancing
Subic began construction of the first hospital.
The health care system
in Subic will now be undergoing significant improvements as the construction of the city’s first hospital finally began last January 26. The new hospital will have a 100-bed capacity along Sitio Mapanao in Barangay Cawag. The building was supposed to be in 2019 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and health protocols concerns. However, during the pandemic, Subic LGU saw the importance of having a more effective health care system during a health crisis.
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