Figure 8A and 8B. Distribution of active cases (total cases less recoveries and deaths) in the Philippines based on data from the Department of Health. The asymptomatic cases account for only 3.4% of all active cases, much less than the 40% to 45% reported in other countries. The case fatality rate (CFR) is 3.7%. In figure 6B, we assumed 8,700 undetected asymptomatic cases to account for the gap. In this scenario, 30% of cases are asymptomatic and 70% are in mild to moderate condition. The infected fatality rate (IFR) in this scenario is 2.9%.

Figure 8A and 8B. Distribution of active cases (total cases less recoveries and deaths) in the Philippines based on data from the Department of Health. The asymptomatic cases account for only 3.4% of all active cases, much less than the 40% to 45% reported in other countries. The case fatality rate (CFR) is 3.7%. In figure 6B, we assumed 8,700 undetected asymptomatic cases to account for the gap. In this scenario, 30% of cases are asymptomatic and 70% are in mild to moderate condition. The infected fatality rate (IFR) in this scenario is 2.9%.

Figure 8A and 8B. Distribution of active cases (total cases less recoveries and deaths) in the Philippines based on data from the Department of Health. The asymptomatic cases account for only 3.4% of all active cases, much less than the 40% to 45% reported in other countries. The case fatality rate (CFR) is 3.7%. In figure 6B, we assumed 8,700 undetected asymptomatic cases to account for the gap. In this scenario, 30% of cases are asymptomatic and 70% are in mild to moderate condition. The infected fatality rate (IFR) in this scenario is 2.9%.