MANILA -- The number of recoveries from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Quezon City has reached 900, the local government said Monday.
In its 11 p.m. case bulletin, the city government said the number of COVID-19 cases has risen to 2,175.
A total of 2,038 cases have complete addresses in Quezon City and 1,888 were validated by the QC Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit and District Health Offices.
The COVID-19 death toll in the city was 181 as of Monday, while the number of active COVID-19 cases is 807.
Barangay Batasan Hills has the most number of COVID-19 cases with 94, followed by Culiat with 81, and Bahay Toro with 70.
Out of all the six districts in the city, District 4 has the most number of cases with 492.
The local government earlier placed areas in barangays Bahay Toro, Culiat, Sauyo, Batasan Hills, and Tatalon under special concern lockdown "due to the high number and clustering of COVID-19 cases."
Among the areas under special concern lockdown are Sitio Militar in Barangay Bahay Toro, Vargas Compound-Adelfa Metro Heights-Abanay and Ancop Canada in Barangay Culiat, Lower Gulod in Barangay Sauyo, 318 Dakila St., 2nd Alley Kalayaan B and Masbate St. in Barangay Batasan Hills and Victory Avenue, ROTC Hunters, BMA Avenue and Agno St. in Barangay Tatalon.
Certeza Compound in Barangay Culiat and Alley 2, Homart Road at Barangay Baesa were added to the list of areas under special concern lockdown on May 25.
The city government lifted the special concern lockdown in Masbate St. in Barangay Batasan Hills and Victory Avenue and BMA Avenue in Barangay Tatalon last Saturday.
It also placed Calle 29, Barangay Libis under special concern lockdown on Monday.