1. Amid flak, DOH defends new COVID-19 tally system  INQUIRER.net
  2. How PH recorded over 38,000 COVID-19 recoveries in a single day  Rappler
  3. Mild, asymptomatic cases as recovered patients? DOH says other countries follow same criteria  ABS-CBN News
  4. WHO: PH outnumbers China in COVID-19 cases in Western Pacific Region  INQUIRER.net
  5. PH posts new single-day record with 4,063 more COVID-19 infections; total exceeds 93,000  CNN Philippines
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The Department of Health (DOH) appealed to the public on Friday to “trust the experts,” as the agency again drew criticism after reporting a surge in recovered COVID-19 cases.The Department of Health (DOH) appealed to the public on Friday to “trust the experts,” as the agency again drew criticism after reporting a surge in recovered COVID-19 cases.

Amid flak, DOH defends new COVID-19 tally system | Inquirer News

'This is based on scientific evidence and experts across the globe are already backing this up and now being implemented in different countries,' says Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire'This is based on scientific evidence and experts across the globe are already backing this up and now being implemented in different countries,' says Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire

The country again broke its record for the most number of COVID-19 cases in a day after listing 4,063 more infections, the Department of Health announced on Friday.The country again broke its record for the most number of COVID-19 cases in a day after listing 4,063 more infections, the Department of Health announced on Friday.

PH posts new single-day record with 4,063 more COVID-19 infections; total exceeds 93,000

MANILA — The Department of Health on Friday explained that the implementation of “time-based tagging” or “mass recovery adjustment” where mild and asymptomatic COVID-19 patients are declared recovered after 14 days of quarantine is at par with international standards.   MANILA — The Department of Health on Friday explained that the implementation of “time-based tagging” or “mass recovery adjustment” where mild and asymptomatic COVID-19 patients are declared recovered after 14 days of quarantine is at par with international standards.  

Mild, asymptomatic cases as recovered patients? DOH says other countries follow same criteria | ABS-CBN News

The Philippines has overtaken China in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, data from the Department of Health and World Health Organization showed yesterday.?The Philippines has overtaken China in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, data from the Department of Health and World Health Organization showed yesterday.?

Philippines COVID-19 cases hit 90,000, surpassing China | Philstar.com

The Department of Health‘s sudden new adjustment for the criteria of recovered cases confused many and resulted in an odd data trend of the novel coronavirus when placed side by side other Southeast Asian countries. In a statement issued on July 30, the DOH explained its new effort called Oplan Recovery, wherein its data team implemented a […]

Late application, shifting interpretation: Behind the spike in Philippines' COVID-19 'recoveries' tally

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The Department of Health needs to improve its data gathering and processing, they sayThe Department of Health needs to improve its data gathering and processing, they say

What the Department of Health calls ‘Oplan recoveries’ stems from delays in validating cases and fully implementing World Health Organization guidelines What the Department of Health calls ‘Oplan recoveries’ stems from delays in validating cases and fully implementing World Health Organization guidelines

DOH lists new highs in cases, recoveriesDOH lists new highs in cases, recoveries

DOH lists new highs in cases, recoveries - SUNSTAR

There are now 89,374 Filipinos infected with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) after the Department of Health (DOH) reported a record-high 3,954 new cases on Thursday, 1,320 of which were “fresh” or newly validated and 2,634 were reported late.The department attributed the record-high new cases and recoveries to “enhanced data reconciliation efforts with local governments.”There are now 89,374 Filipinos infected with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) after the Department of Health (DOH) reported a record-high 3,954 new cases on Thursday, 1,320 of which were “fresh” or newly validated and 2,634 were reported late.The department attributed the record-high new cases and recoveries to “enhanced data reconciliation efforts with local governments.”

Philippines logs 3,954 new COVID-19 cases, 38k recoveries