Filipinos With COVID-19 Abroad Now 10,117

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In its latest case bulletin, the DFA said there are no new fatalities and no new recoveries were recorded in Asia and the Pacific.

Meanwhile, there were no new reports received from the Americas, Europe and the Middle East.

The total number of recoveries stood at 6,284 while the death toll remains 758.

On the other hand, about 3,075 Filipinos abroad are still undergoing treatment.

“As reported last night, the total number of overseas Filipinos repatriated by the DFA since February 2020 is now at 164,368, of which 36.4 percent are sea-based and 63.6 percent are land-based. In line with its ongoing repatriation efforts, the DFA remains fully committed to monitoring the situation of overseas Filipinos who are affected by the pandemic and remains steadfast in promoting and protecting their welfare,” the DFA said. (PNA)

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