By Rey Anthony Chiu/PIA-Bohol | 11:23 AM September 03, 2021
One year and three months into wrestling coronavirus disease (Covid-19) and implementing measures to make people safe from the viral infection, three towns in Bohol remain Covid-19 deaths-free.
The towns of Clarin, Batuan and Corella can be called the last towns standing against the virus that has claimed 291 deaths from the first recorded death last May 26, 2020 to September 2, 2021.
According to the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) of the Bohol Inter-Agency task Force (BIATF) for the management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, these towns may have had several active cases, but none of these cases actually turned out to be entries in the mortality tally for Bohol’s EOC.
While these towns still register zero deaths until now, Bohol towns which could also be hailed for possibly proper disease management, isolation and containment procedures and disease control are Catigbian and Sikatuna for the first District, President Carlos P. Garcia, San Isidro and Dagohoy for the second District and Dimiao and Bilar for the Third District.
These towns recorded single Covid-related deaths each.
For the towns with two Covid deaths, they are Alburquerque and Cortes for the First district, Getafe, Danao and Sagbayan for the Second District and Loboc for the Third District.
Recording three deaths to date are Antequera for the First, Buenavista for the Second and Anda, Valencia and Sevilla for the Third District.
Four Covid related deaths were recorded in Sierra Bullones, Mabini and Duero of the Third District.
Five Covid related deaths are also noted in Baclayon, Panglao and Balilihan for D1, Bien Unido and San Miguel for D2 and Pilar and Lila for D3.
On the other hand, Tagbilaran City maintains the highest tally of Covid fatalities with 69, followed by Talibon at 15 and Ubay at 14 cases.
Dauis and Maribojoc of D1 have 10 Covid deaths each, Inabanga, Trinidad, Candijay and Guindulman have 9 cases, Carmen and Tubigon registered 8 and Loon, Calape, Garcia Hernandez and Jagna have 7 cases each.
Alicia and Loay have 6 fatalities each, as of September 2. (rahc/PIA-7/Bohol)