MAP: Barangays with coronavirus cases in Metro Manila
How many confirmed cases are in the barangays there? While the nCoV Tracker of the Department of Health (DOH) reports the number of cases per city or town, it has yet to release data per barangay. (READ: Where are the coronavirus cases in Metro Manila?)
Rappler maps the cases per barangay in all cities (except Valenzuela City) and the municipality of Pateros in the national capital region. Valenzuela City invoked patients' privacy and confidentiality in its move to disclose the city's total cases only.
These numbers are reported by the local governments through their official Facebook pages.
The numbers may be different from what is reported in the DOH's nCoV Tracker for some cities because the local health offices or departments validate the residence information of some cases.
The circles on the map below indicate the number of cases for each barangay with positive coronavirus cases; the bigger the circle, the more cases the barangay has. Hover over the circles for more information.
This map should be useful especially for barangay residents and local officials who have to manage limited resources efficiently and decide on which areas ought to be prioritized for testing and assistance.
Here are more information about COVID-19 cases in Metro Manila cities, as reported on their Facebook pages:
|As reported/validated by city:|
|1||Quezon City||6/15, 11 pm||2,553||213||1,369|
|2||Manila||6/15, 12 pm||1,827||110||566|
|3||Makati City||6/15, 9 pm||809||78||377|
|4||Caloocan City||6/15, 5 pm||816||26||298|
|6||Mandaluyong City||6/16, 4 pm||805||60||516|
|8||Taguig City||6/15, 8:45 pm||573||21||120|
|9||Pasay City||6/14, 11:30 pm||619||40||350|
|10||Las Piñas City||6/16||391||32||188|
|11||Muntinlupa City||6/16, 7:30 pm||310||35||197|
|12||Valenzuela City||6/16, 9 pm||384||15||217|
|13||San Juan City||6/14, 6 pm||340||44||242|
|14||Marikina City||6/16, 3 pm||275||27||146|
|16||Navotas City||6/15, 5 pm||332||38||158|
|17||Pateros||6/15, 6 pm||64||5||42|
Their ranks on the table above are based on the number of cases in the city as reported in the DOH's nCoV Tracker. – story by Michael Bueza, map by Akira Medina/Rappler.com