The Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs on Monday, July 6, reported no new cases of the coronavirus among Filipinos abroad.
It also announced that no new fatalities were recorded.
The number of overseas Filipinos infected with COVID-19 remains at 8,679, while the official death count is still at 577. The tally of recoveries is 5,201.
“On this brand new week and after three months of daily monitoring COVID-19 cases among Filipinos abroad, the DFA reports no new confirmed cases and no new fatalities due to COVID-19 among our people across the Americas, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa,” the agency said.
“The only difference, however, is that the total number of DOH IHR (Department of Health, International Health Regulations) verified cases is now at 1,371, with five new cases in the Asia and the Pacific,” it added.
Meanwhile, 2,901 overseas Filipinos are still undergoing treatment.
Overall by region, Europe — which comprises 16 countries — has recorded 1,015 Filipino cases, including 472 undergoing treatment, 449 recoveries and 94 deaths.
The Middle East and Africa, covering 22 countries, has reported 6,304 cases; of which, 2,183 are undergoing treatment, 311 deaths and 3,810 recoveries.
The Asia Pacific region, which spans across 17 countries, has 663 cases, with 127 under treatment, 532 recoveries, and four deaths.
The Americas — covering seven countries like the United States — have 697 reported cases, with 119 undergoing treatment, 410 recoveries, and 168 deaths.
“While today’s figures can be seen as a positive development, the DFA, together with its Foreign Service Posts, remains vigilant and steadfast in monitoring the status of Filipinos abroad, assisting those who are affected, and continuously working to safely bring our stranded nationals home, whenever possible. So that together, #WeHealAsOne,” said the DFA.