Flight attendant Christine Dacera found dead in Makati

Flight attendant Christine was found dead after allegedly celebrating the new year with friends at a hotel in Makati City.

The victim was identified as Christine Angelica Dacera, 23.

During the initial investigation by the Makati Police, the victim was found unconscious by his friend Rommel Galida in the bathtub of the room.

They immediately informed the hotel management when Christine Dacera won’t wake up.

The victim was immediately taken to a clinic where she was subjected to cardiorespiratory resuscitation or CPR by hotel security manager Peter Paul Poningcos, but she still did not wake up and had no pulse.

The hotel tried to ask for help from the rescue team of Barangay Poblacion but no one came so they took flight attendant Christine Dacera to the hospital. She was also declared dead on arrival at the hospital.

The victim’s body will be autopsied to determine the cause of death.

Meanwhile, some netizens have asked the public to report posts about the death of flight attendant Christine Dacera explaining the reports do not have her family’s consent.

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COVID-19 cases in the Philippines reach 477,807

The Department of Health (DOH) recorded this week 891 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number to 477,807.

Under the weekly “Oplan Recovery,” the DOH also recorded 8,316 recoveries, bringing the total to 448,258.

The death toll rose to 9,244 after 4 deaths due to respiratory illness were reported.

According to the DOH, there are 20,292 active COVID-19 cases in the country.

DOH said few cases were reported this Sunday due to the lower number of patients in COVID-19 laboratories in the New Year.

The agency continues to remind the public to be careful as it is still possible for the number of cases to increase in the coming weeks.

The DOH is also studying the effect of the holiday season on the spread of COVID-19.

The government is also on the lookout for the new , first reported in the .

Recently, the Philippines has implemented restrictions in some countries that have registered cases of the new COVID-19 variant.