Improvement in quarantine ratio of towns, cities noted

By April 26, 2021Inside News, News

THE quarantine ratio in Pangasinan has significantly improved last week compared to the reported ratio previously as gleaned from the analysis conducted by Wilson Chua, chief operations officer of Bitstop, Inc. based in Dagupan City.

Chua said, as of April 20, Sto. Tomas town was the town with the best quarantine ratio at 57.142% while the town of Malasiqui, with 41 patients quarantined, registered the most  number of cases quarantined.

He said the new quarantine ratio analysis was sourced out from the data drop of the Department of Health (DOH) on April 20.

Second town with best quarantine ratio was Tayug at 54.7619%, followed by Mapandan (54.0541%).

Aguilar had the second most number of quarantined cases with 29, followed by Urdaneta City with 26.

The other towns with improved quarantined ratio as of April 20, according to Chua, were Burgos, San Nicolas, Bautista, Bugallon, Dasol, Laoac, Asingan, Mangatarem, Bolinao, Alcala, Binalonan, Lingayen, Calasiao, Balungao, Sta. Barbara, Agno, Sison, Natividad, San Fabian,
Bayambang, Pozorrubio, Villasis, Mangaldan San Quintin and Umingan.

Only 32 of the 48 towns and cities of Pangasinan were analyzed for their quarantine ratio.  (Leonardo Micua)

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