Inirekomenda ng isang grupo ng mga pribadong ospital na iantala ang pagbaba ng alert level sa National Capital Region (NCR).

Paliwanag ni Private Hospitals Association of the Philippines Inc., President Dr. Jose de
Grano, tumataas ang mga serious, mild, severe, critical at moderate case.

70% indibiduwal na severe at critical dahil sa COVID ay hindi bakunado.

“‘Yung mild and asymptomatic went down. Dati, ‘yan eh more than 95 or 96, tapos ‘yung serious, mild, severe, moderate and critical cases were less than or around 5, ngayon tumaas sila. Kasi 93% na asymptomatic and mild. So ibig sabihin ‘yung mga serious, mild, severe, and moderate cases are increasing,” aniya sa isang panayam sa “The Chiefs” nitong Sept. 30.

“And also, ‘yung aming mga doctors, yung aming alliance of health professionals, they are recommending na we stay at level 4, not to downgrade yet because they think na medyo maaga pa. It’s too early… If you note itong parang nagda-downtrend tayo right now, epekto pa ito ng MECQ that was a month ago. So ito pa ‘yung effect after that. Ngayon, nagkaroon tayo ng two weeks na level 4, we should see effect of that on the… first two weeks of October pa,” dagdag niya.

“So what they’re saying, ‘yung aming health professionals, is let’s maintain it to level 4 first for the next two weeks and then let’s see. If there’s a downward trend after that… then siguro we can proceed to the more opening up like level 3,” patuloy niya.

Kamakailan pinalawig ang Alert Level 4 sa NCR hanggang sa Oktubre 15.

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