Three major Metro Manila hospitals have reached full capacity for COVID-19 patients

Makati Medical Center announced today that they have reached full capacity of allotted utilities and manpower to accommodate COVID-19 suspected and confirmed patients. You may read their full statement in the embedded photo below:

Makati Medical Center announces full capacity of allotted utilities and manpower to accommodate COVID-19 suspected and confirmed patients as of Monday afternoon. (Photo/Makati Medical Center) | via Ghio Ong

Posted by Philippine Star on Monday, July 13, 2020

St. Luke’s Medical Center Quezon City and St. Luke’s Medical Center Global City also posted on their official Facebook Page that they will no longer accept COVID-19 patients due to the full capacity of their allotted intensive care unit beds.

Posted by St. Luke's Medical Center on Sunday, July 12, 2020

The total number of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines is now at 57,006 including the 836 additional cases from the Department of Health’s latest report this afternoon.

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