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LIST: #COVID19PH – 462 cases, 33 deaths, 18 recoveries

By BNN Research Team

AS new confirmed cases of 2019 Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19 in the Philippines are filing up everyday, the record of mortality is increasing too fast than that of recoveries. Of the 462 confirmed cases as of 12:00 noon of March 23, 2020, there is a 7.142% mortality with 33 deaths, and only 3.896% recoveries, or 18 cases.

Department of Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergerie said the abrupt surge in the list of confirmed cases is atributable to the availability of more test kits that allow the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) to test more samples sent to their laboratories.

But who are those patients that recovered from this pandemic COVID-19? So, also those who have perished. Here’s the list:

RECOVERIES:

18. PH73 – a 54-year old Filipino from Manila who had traveled to Thailand and had been exposed to a known COVID-19 cases. He had onset of symptoms beginning March 6 and was confirmed positive for COVID-19 while being admitted at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Manila. A known hypertensive, he was discharged on March 21 after his last test turn negative.

17. PH143 – a 73-year old Filipino from Quezon City who have onset of symptoms on March 11 after he has been exposed to COVID-19 cases. He was admitted at Cardinal Santos Memorial Medical Center and was confirmed positive to COVID-19 on March 16. He was discharged asymptomatic on March 19 after one negative result.

16. PH22 – a 51-year old Filipino from San Juan City had an onset of symptoms on March 4 after being exposed to COVID-19 patients, and was admitted to Cardinal Santos Memorial Medical Center. He was confirmed positive on March 9 but has recovered with one negative result and was discharged on March 18.

15. PH07 – is a 36-year old Taiwanese who has been exposed to known Covid-19 casa. He had onset of symptoms on March 3; but his case was confirmed to have contracted COVID-19 on March 8. After being asymptomatic, he undergoes another test and was confirmed negative on March 21.  

14. PH51 –  a 26-year old Filipino from Quezon City who have onset of symptoms on February 28 after getting in contact with known COVID-19 patients. He was admitted at the Makati Medical Center and was confirmed positive on March 11. After 17 days, he was discharge don March 16 when he was tested negative for COVID-19.

 13 – PH41 – a 75-year old Filipina from Makati City who had traveled from the United States of America and was exposed to known COVID-19 cases. She has onset of symptoms beginning March 1 and was confirmed to be positive for COVID-19 on March 11 while being confined at Makati Medical Center. She was discharged on March 17 asymptomatic with 1 negative result.

11-12. PH17 & PH16 – PH16 and PH17 are husband and wife from San Juan City in Metro Manila, respectively. The man is a 70-year old Filipino who has onset of symptoms on March 1 while his wife began showing symptoms the following day. They were both confirmed to be positive for COVID-19 on March 9 while being admitted at the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) in Alabang, Muntinlupa City. Luckily, they have been confirmed negative twice in further tests and were discharged asymptomatic last Thursday, March 19. Both were also confirmed to be hypertensive.  

10. PH49 – The first to be confirmed positive from Batangas Province, the 72-year old Filipino who had exposure to a known COVID-19 case has recovered. He had onset of symptoms on March 1 and was confirmed positive for COVID-19 on March 11 while being admitted at Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Alabang. He has been known to be hypertensive and was reported as severe case last March 13. He was discharged asymptomatic on March 21 was tested negative twice. Meanwhile, there is no update yet on the status of his sister (PH52) who is still confined at the same medical facility.

9. PH62 – is a 35-year old Filipino from Rizal who never traveled abroad and said to have never been exposed to COVID-19 cases. He had onset of symptoms on March 1, swab taken on March 10, admitted at Ortigas Hospital and Healthcare Center and was confirmed to be positive for COVID-19 on March 13. Two days after, he was discharged asymptomatic on March 15 after further test turn negative. He was also said to have pre-existing asthma.

8 – PH20 – 38-year old from Cavite; with travel history to Japan; admitted on March 7, 2020 at the RITM; discharged after testing negative for COVID-19 twice on March 19.

7. PH15 – a 24-year old Filipino male from Makati City with travel history to United Arab Emirates. He was admitted at the Makati Medical Center on March 7, 2020. However, he was tested negative twice for Covid-19 as confirmed by MMC, and was discharged on March 15, 2020

6. PH26 – a 34-year old Filipino male from Camarines Sur. He is one of the repatriates from the Diamond Princess Cruise Ship who tested positive for Covid-19 on March 10. He was tested negative twice for Covid-19, as confirmed by Jose B. Lingad Memorial Regional Hospital.

5. PH13 – a 34-year old Filipino male from Quezon City who has traveled to Australia. He was admitted on March 6, 2020 at Makati Medical Center and was confirmed positive for Covid-19 on March 9, 2020. He was tested negative once for Covid-19 and was confirmed by Makati Medical Center, with 2nd test awaiting results, and was discharged on March 15.

4. PH25 – 31 year old Filipino male from Negros Oriental. He is one of the repatriates on Diamond Princess Cruise Ship. He was confirmed positive for Covid-19 on March 9 but was tested negative twice for Covid-19, as confirmed by Jose B. Lingad Memorial Regional Hospital, and was discharged on the same day.

3. PH14 – A 46-year-old Filipino man from Pasay City. He was admitted last March 5 at the Makati Medical Center after manifesting cough and fever on Feb. 25. He’s the first Filipino to have been admitted and tested positive for COVID-19 on March 9. But two subsequent tests on him yielded negative results and has been discharged on March 15, making him also the first Filipino to have survived Covid-19.

2. PH3 – 60-year old Chinese woman who had onset of symptoms on January 21, 2020 and was admitted at San Lazaro Hospital in Manila. She was confirmed positive for Covid-19 on January 30, but has returned back to China.

1. PH1 – 38-year old Chinese woman who traveled to Philippines with her husband PH2, a 44-year old Chinese man. PH1 was also seen symptomatic as of January 21 and was confirmed positive for Covid-19 on January 30. She was admitted at the San Lazaro Hospital but has returned back to China after she recovered.

FATALITIES:

33. PH281 – a 57-year old Filipino from Mandaluyong City who have no travel history. A hypertensive and with history of diabetes mellitus, he was confined at the Cardinal Santos Medical Center. He expired of March 19, Thursday, but he was only confirmed to be positive for COVID-19 the following day.

32. PH266 – a 71-year old Filipino from Quezon City who have never traveled abroad nor been exposed to COVID-19 cases. He was admitted to Cardinal Santos Medical Center and was confirmed to be positive for COVID-19 on March 20, the same day he expired at around 2:32 in the morning due to septic shock, community-acquired pneumonia-high risk secondary to COVID-19. His medical record also noted that his death is associated with acute kidney injury secondary to pre-renal azotemia, cardiomyopathy, secondary to ischemic heart disease and diabetes mellitus.

31. PH279 – a 73-year old man from San Juan City who have no travel history. Admitted to Cardinal Santos Medical Center, he died of septic shock and community-acquired high risk pneumonia secondary to COVID-19 on March 16 without knowledge that he was positive for COVID-19 as his case was confirmed only on March 20 or four (4) days after he died. He was also said to be hypertensive, with chronic kidney disease, diabetes mellitus and ischemic heart disease.

30. PH304 – At 89, this Filipino from Bulacan have acute kidney injury and benign prostatic hyperplasia. He was admitted at Jose B. Lingad Memorial Regional Hospital, in San Fernando, Pampanga. Reaching his age, he may have never see himself being pained by a pandemic like COVID-19, and yet he died on March 20 of cardiac arrest, pneumonia and multiple electrolyte imbalance with having known that his samples turn positive for COVID-19 as it was only confirmed the after his death. The patient contracted the virus from his son, PH57 who have returned home from London, United Kingdom, and died of COVID-19 on March 17 or 3 days shy of his father’s death.

29. PH328 – a 74-year old Filipino from Quezon City who have no travel history. He died on March 13 of acute respiratory failure secondary to community-acquired pneumonia correlated with hypertension and kidney disease. He died PUI as his samples was confirmed to be positive for COVID-19 only on March 21, or more than week after his death.

28. PH333 – a 65-year old Filipino from Quezon City with no travel history elsewhere. He was admitted at St. Luke’s in Quezon City but died of ARDS secondary to pneumonia on March 21, the day he was confirmed to be positive for COVID-19.

27. PH367 – is a 78-year old Filipino from Parañaque City who was admitted at Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Alabang. He was confirmed positive for COVID-19 on March 21 and died a day after due to ARDS, septic shock and pneumonia-high risk.

26. PH349 – a 56-year old Filipino from Parañaque Citywho have no known travel history nor been exposed to COVID-19 cases. He was admitted at Makati Medical Center but died on March 17 of acute respiratory failure secondary to acute viral pneumonia. He was confirmed to be positive for COVID-19 on March 21 or four days after his death.

25. PH210 – 81-year old Filipino from San Juan City who have neither travel history nor exposure to known COVID-19 cases. He was admitted at the Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center but died on March 18 of cardiac arrest and septic shock secondary to community acquired pneumonia-high risk.

24. PH200 – is a young Emergency Room physician at The Philippine Heart Center who have no travel history but has been exposed to a COVID-19 patient who lied about her travel history. The 34-year old doctor has immediately contracted the virus whose test was confirmed on March 18, and died on March 21 of acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to COVID-19.

23. PH310 – is a 60-year old Filipina from Quezon City who have traveled to France and Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates. She had an initial positive result from France upon walk-in admission on March 14 at San Lazaro Hospital in Manila, and was reconfirmed on March 21. She died before dawn on March 21 due to acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to COVID-19 and community-acquired pneumonia-high risk.

22. PH351 – a 56-year old Filipino from San Juan City who was admitted at Cardinal Santos Medical Center. He died on March 19 of septic shock secondary to pneumonia, but she was confirmed to be positive for COVID-19 only on the day following her death.

21. PH52 – a 79-year old Filipina from Batangas City who traveled to London, United Kingdom and was exposed to known COVID-19 case. She was the older sister of PH49. Had an onset of symptoms on March 1 and was admitted at the Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Alabang with her brother, and together, they were confirmed to be positive for COVID-19 on March 11. A known hypertensive, she died of multiple organ failure secondary to septic shock on March 20. She is the first fatality from Batangas, while her brother has survived and was discharged on March 21.

20. PH226 – is a 69-year old Filipino who have no travel or exposure history but had onset of symptoms and was admitted to Delos Santos Medical Center. A known diabetic and hypertensive, he died of severe acute respiratory syndrome on March 16 but his samples were only confirmed to the positive for COVID-19 on March 20.

19. PH205 – a 73-year old Filipina from San Juan City in Metro Manila who is said to have never travelled abroad nor been exposed to known COVID-19 cases. She was admitted at The Medical City-Ortigas in Pasig City. She was a known diabetic and hypertensive, her samples was confirmed positive for COVID-19 only on March 18, or six (6) days after she expired on March 12, 2020 at 4:44 in the afternoon due to Cardiac arrest.

18. PH124 – a 64-year old Filipino who have travelled to Singapore, he was reported to have onset of symptoms on March 6. He was admitted at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Quezon City and died of acute respiratory failure secondary to pneumonia-high risk, COVID-19, diabetes mellitus type 2, hypertensive cardiovascular disease, and upper gastrointestinal bleeding on March 17, 2020.

17. PH57 – 65-year old Filipino male from Bulacan and not from Pasig, as was earlier announced; while the Case Investigation Form (CIF) of the patient stated that he lived in Pasig City, upon further validation, it was found that it is a family member of his who live there. He has travel history from London. Admitted at The Medical City-Ortigas on March 10, 2020 and was confirmed positive for COVID-19 on March 13. Expired on March 17, 2020 due to ARDS secondary to Covid-19, pneumonia. He has pre-existing hypertension and diabetes mellitus.

16. PH160 – a 86-year old Filipino female from San Juan City who had an exposure to a known COVID-19 case. Admitted at Cardinal Santos Medical center and confirmed positive for Covid-19 on March 16. She died on March 17 at 2:25 a.m. of Septic Shock secondary to Pneumonia-high risk secondary to Covid-19. She had Chronic Kidney Disease secondary to hypertensive nephrosclerosis, Ischemic heart disease, Peripheral arterial occlusive disease.

15. PH201 – 58-year old Filipino male from Lanao del Sur; with travel history from Malaysia; He was admitted at Amai Pakpak Medical Center on March 10; and expired on March 17, 2020 at 6:41 a.m. although he was confirmed positive only on March 18, 2020. He died of ARDS secondary to Covid-19 and with pre-existing Diabetes Mellitus.

14. PH129 – 67-year old Filipino male from Quezon City. Symptoms manifests on March 5 and was confirmed positive for Covid-19 on March 15 while being confined ad Diliman Doctors Hospital. He was transferred to Lung Center of the Philippines but expired after experiencing ARDS secondary to Coivid-19, and community-acquired pneumonia. He also had hypertension.

13. PH126 – 76-year old Filipino from Rizal. Seen symptoms on March 2, was admitted at Adventist Medical Center – Manila on March 9 and was confirmed positive for Covid-19 on March 15. He died on March 17 due to Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, and severe pneumonia, secondary to COVID-19. Had Type 2 Diabetes and Hypertensive Cardiovascular Disease.

12. PH12 – 56-year old Filipino from City of Manila. He began experiencing fever and cough on February 29, 2020. The patient was admitted to Makati Medical Center on March 7, and was confirmed positive for COVID-19 on March 9. He expired on the evening of March 15 due to Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), secondary to COVID-19, and was reported to have pre-existing asthma.

11. PH39 – a 64-year old Filipino from Negros Oriental who have frequented to Greenhills in San Juan. He expired on March 15, 2020 at 11:09 in the morning. He’s said to have pre-existing chronic renal disease and has undergone simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplant (SPK) in year 2010.

10. PH54 – a 40-year old Filipino from Pasig City who have no travel history to foreign countries and have no history of being exposed for 14 days to any cases of Covid-19 prior to the onset of symptoms on March 1. He was admitted at the Ortigas Hospital and Healthcare Center where his case was confirmed to be positive with COVID-19 on March 12. He expired on March 15, 2020 at 1:45 a.m. due to ARDS, community-acquired pneumonia high risk, secondary to Covid-19.

9. PH9 – 86-year old American man from Marikina City who traveled from USA and Korea. He expired on March 14, 2020 at 2:42 a.m. while being confined at The Medical City due to multiple organ failure, septic shock, ARDS, community-acquired pneumonia-high risk, COVID-19, acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease, hypertension Type II, diabetes mellitus, and chronic artery disease.

8. PH79 – a 68-year old Filipino from Makati City who have no travel history to foreign countries and have no history of being exposed for 14 days to any Covid-19 patient prior to the onset of symptoms on March 5 and was admitted at the Manila Doctors Hospital. He was confirmed to be positive with COVID-19 on March 13, a Friday, and expired before dawn at 3:25.am. on the same day due to Acute Respiratory failure probably secondary to community-acquired pneumonia high risk, secondary to Covid-19. He has also hypertensive cardiovascular disease.

7. PH89 – a 67 year old Filipino from San Fernando, Pampanga who have no known travel history abroad. He expired on March 11, 2020 at 8:50 in the evening due to acute respiratory failure secondary to pneumonia, diabetes mellitus, hypertensive cardiovascular disease, chronic kidney disease secondary to diabetic nephropathy. He has onset of symptoms as of March 7, 2020 and was confirmed positive for COVID-19 on March 13, 2020 and was confined at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Medical Center in San Fernando, Pampanga.

6. PH40 – a 54-year old Filipino was confirmed positive with COVID-19 on March 11. He expired late evening of March 13 from ARDS due to severe pneumonia with concomitant Acute Kidney Injury. Patient was admitted at the Northern Mindanao Medical Center last March 3 after the onset of symptoms last February 24.

5. PH37 was admitted on March 6, at the Philippine Heart Center, after experiencing onset of symptoms on February 28. PH37 was confirmed to be positive with COVID-19 on March 11 and was reported to have pre-existing hypertension. The patient expired in the afternoon of March 12 due to acute respiratory failure.

4. PH5 – the husband of PH6, expired the following morning (March 12) due to ARDS from severe pneumonia secondary to COVID-19. A known diabetic and hypertensive, PH5 also developed Acute Kidney Injury.

3. PH6 was initially admitted at Cardinal Santos Medical Center on March 5, and was thereafter transferred to the Research Institute for Tropical Medical (RITM). PH6 suddenly experienced difficulty of breathing and was intubated late evening of March 11. She expired the same night from ARDS due to severe pneumonia secondary to COVID-19. Repeat chest x-ray showed progressive pneumonia. She is also known to have been diabetic.

2. PH35 – a 67 year-old Filipina from Makati City was reportedly had onset of symptoms on February 29 while her husband (PH34) belatedly have onset of symptoms on March 6. Both of them were confirmed to be positive with COVID-19 on March 11. She expired on March 11 at the Manila Doctors Hospital in the City of Manila leaving behind her husband in the same medical facility.

1. PH2 – a 44-year old Chinese man who traveled to the Philippine with his wife (PH1). While he was symptomatic as early as January 18, his wife was the first to have been tested positive to Covid-19. But unluckily, he did not survive the world’s deadliest virus disease and on February 2, the first death outside China was recorded in the Philippines.| – BALIKAS News Network

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