By J. Jala | 11:17 PM September 20, 2020
Bohol Governor Art Yap said Sunday that two locally stranded individuals (LSIs) from Carmen and Bien Unido towns and two residents of San Miguel and Talibon towns tested positive for the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).
He said the residents of San Miguel and Talibon had no travel history, not locals stranded nor an overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).
“Ang mga pasyente taga Talibon ug taga San Miguel, walay mga travel history apan produkto sa atong nagpadayong contact tracing. Ang tanang nagpositibo nagpabilin nga gi-isolate sa ilang tagsa tagsa ka isolation facility,” Yap said.
Bohol now has 287 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 44 ang active cases, 235 recoveries and 8 deaths.