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May 26, 2021 - No barangay in Baguio City had been spared from Coronavirus disease (COVID-9) affliction.

City Epidemiology Surveillance Unit (CESU) Head Dr. Donnabel Panes, in her situational report during the COVID-19 response planning session last May 21, said all of the city's 128 barangays have recorded cases in the course of the pandemic.

From April 20 to May 21, the barangays with the most number of cases are Irisan, Camp 7, Loakan Proper, Gibraltar, Bakakeng Central, Asin Road, Pacdal, Bakakeng Norte, Honeymoon (Honeymoon-Holyghost), Sto. Tomas Proper, Pinsao Proper, Fairview Village, Upper Quezon Hill, San Vicente, Bayan Park West, Dizon Subd. and Balsigan.

Panes said that while there was a decrease in the number of active cases during said period, residents should not let their guards down.

“The virus does not know where you live.  It keeps finding a way to enter people wherever they are.  As we put our guards down, it will take advantage of the opportunity to infect us so please mind our protocols,” she appealed.

Panes cited the cases of Taiwan and Singapore both of which were models in COVID-19 prevention but are now confronted with surges.

“COVID-19 does not spare any country.  Di nya alam kung taga-Taiwan ka, taga Singapore ka, taga-Baguio ka, taga La Trinidad ka.  As we put our guards down, the more the virus will find its way into us,” she reiterated.

As of May 26, the city has a total of 12,132 cases with 255 deaths and 11,274 recoveries. – Aileen P. Refuerzo