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Philippines virus cases surge over 100,000 – Australian Associated Press


The Philippines has reported a record 5032 daily coronavirus infections, pushing the country’s total caseload to over 100,000, as medical frontliners warn the country is losing the battle against COVID-19.

The death toll also rose to 2059, following 20 additional deaths, the Department of Health said on Sunday.

Of the additional cases, 2114 were infections confirmed in the past three days, while 2918 were confirmed previously but only later added to the…



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