COVID-19 UPDATE: BULA

MUNICIPAL HEALTH OFFICE
BULA, CAMARINES SUR
UPDATES ON COVID-19
JUNE 29, 2020 | as of 5:00PM
MONDAY

ON OUR PREVIOUS ONE (1) SUSPECTED CASE FOR COVID-19: PATIENT SWAB TEST YIELDS NEGATIVE TEST RESULTS. PATIENT IS STILL ON MANDATORY QUARANTINE AT PROVINCIAL HEALTH OFFICE – CAMARINES SUR QUARANTINE FACILITY.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THE 30-YEAR OLD MALE FROM SALVACION, BULA, CAMARINES WHO TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 IN METRO MANILA.

PATIENT HAS NO TRAVEL HISTORY TO ANY COVID-19 AFFECTED AREAS IN THE PAST MONTHS.

  • JUNE 24, 2020 – PATIENT TRAVELED TO MANILA TO COMPLY WITH HIS MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS BEFORE COMING BACK TO WORK ABROAD.
  • JUNE 25, 2020 – NASOPHARYNGEAL SWAB CONDUCTED TO TEST FOR COVID-19 (PATIENT STILL IN METRO MANILA – COMPANY HOTEL ACCOMMODATION)
  • JUNE 26, 2020 – TEST RESULTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 (PATIENT STILL IN METRO MANILA – COMPANY HOTEL ACCOMMODATION AND WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO A DOH HEALTH FACILITY FOR ASYMPTOMATIC COVID-19 PATIENT)
  • JUNE 29, 2020- PATIENT IS STILL IN METRO MANILA AND NOT HERE IN BULA, CAMARINES SUR.
  • PATIENT IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE DAILY POSTING OF DOH-CHD 5 FOR COVID-19 POSITIVE IN BICOL.

TO COMPLY WITH DOH PROTOCOL FOR COVID-19: CONTACT TRACING was done to identify all of his direct contacts. All of his identified close contacts are placed on strict quarantine. The identified contacts are all strictly monitored in their respective quarantine site.

All of the patient’s contacts are scheduled for PCR swabbing on which will be handled by the Provincial Epidemiological Surveillance Unit (PESU) and assisted by the Bula RHU staff.

SUSPECTED = 0
PROBABLE = 0
CONFIRMED CASE = 0
BARANGAY WITH ZERO PUM = 0/33
TOTAL REGISTERED PUM = 3,018
REMAINING PUM = 405
PUM WHO COMPLETED
14-DAYS QUARANTINE = 2,613

Base sa bagong klasipikasyon mayroon na tayong tatlong kategorya sa ating COVID-19 Response: SUSPECT, PROBABLE, CONFIRMED. Ang bagong klasipikasyon ay naglalayon na magkaroon ng uniformed reporting upang mas maging tutok ang ating mga hakbang laban sa COVID-19.