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Figure 4. Week-to-week Covid-19 cases pro-rated to population for Batangas, Cebu City, Davao City, Laguna, Mandaue, NCR and Zamboanga City, showing the number of new Covid-19 cases per day per million of population for the weeks of: April 21 to 27, April 28 to May 4, May 5 to 11, May 12 to 18, and May 19 to 25. Batangas and Zamboanga City have less than 1 new Covid-19 case per day per million of population, so both are classified as “Low Risk.” Cebu City and Mandaue City both had two successive weeks of decline in new Covid-19 cases, but both had more than 3 new Covid-19 cases per day per million of population, so both are classified “Medium Risk.” Davao City and Laguna are classified “High Risk” due to the increasing number of Covid-19 cases, although in the case of Laguna, it was borderline. NCR is accorded a “High Risk” classification due to the number of new Covid-19 cases not decreasing, an average of more than 5 new Covid-19 cases per million of population, and the uncertainty in the cases that are still for validation.

Figure 4. Week-to-week Covid-19 cases pro-rated to population for Batangas, Cebu City, Davao City, Laguna, Mandaue, NCR and Zamboanga City, showing the number of new Covid-19 cases per day per million of population for the weeks of: April 21 to 27, April 28 to May 4, May 5 to 11, May 12 to 18, and May 19 to 25. Batangas and Zamboanga City have less than 1 new Covid-19 case per day per million of population, so both are classified as “Low Risk.” Cebu City and Mandaue City both had two successive weeks of decline in new Covid-19 cases, but both had more than 3 new Covid-19 cases per day per million of population, so both are classified “Medium Risk.” Davao City and Laguna are classified “High Risk” due to the increasing number of Covid-19 cases, although in the case of Laguna, it was borderline. NCR is accorded a “High Risk” classification due to the number of new Covid-19 cases not decreasing, an average of more than 5 new Covid-19 cases per million of population, and the uncertainty in the cases that are still for validation.

Figure 4. Week-to-week Covid-19 cases pro-rated to population for Batangas, Cebu City, Davao City, Laguna, Mandaue, NCR and Zamboanga City, showing the number of new Covid-19 cases per day per million of population for the weeks of: April 21 to 27, April 28 to May 4, May 5 to 11, May 12 to 18, and May 19 to 25. Batangas and Zamboanga City have less than 1 new Covid-19 case per day per million of population, so both are classified as “Low Risk.” Cebu City and Mandaue City both had two successive weeks of decline in new Covid-19 cases, but both had more than 3 new Covid-19 cases per day per million of population, so both are classified “Medium Risk.” Davao City and Laguna are classified “High Risk” due to the increasing number of Covid-19 cases, although in the case of Laguna, it was borderline. NCR is accorded a “High Risk” classification due to the number of new Covid-19 cases not decreasing, an average of more than 5 new Covid-19 cases per million of population, and the uncertainty in the cases that are still for validation.