A total of 105,183 cases (or 28% of cases nationwide) have been reported in all provinces and independent cities in Luzon, based on the dataset shared by the Department of Health (DOH). This count includes 930 cases whose residence is for validation.
Of the total cases, 1,427 have died and 88,628 have recovered, bringing the number of active cases to 15,128 (or 14% of the Luzon total).
Here's a breakdown of these numbers in Luzon. (READ: PH coronavirus cases in maps and charts: What the data says)
Below is a timeline of the different levels of quarantines enforced in Luzon:
May 1 to May 15 – Central Luzon (except Aurora), Calabarzon, the provinces of Pangasinan and Benguet, as well as Baguio City remain under ECQ. A general community quarantine (GCQ) is enforced in the rest of Luzon that are tagged as "low-risk" or "moderate-risk" areas.
June 16 to June 30 – Cagayan Valley (except Batanes); Calabarzon; the provinces of Aurora, Bataan, Bulacan, and Tarlac, and Olongapo City in Central Luzon; and the province of Occidental Mindoro are placed under GCQ. The rest of Luzon remains under MGCQ.
July 1 to July 15 – The provinces of Benguet, Cavite, and Rizal remain under GCQ. The rest of Luzon is still under MGCQ.
July 16 to July 31 – Cavite and Rizal are still under GCQ, and Laguna is added to the list. Many areas are classified as MGCQ medium risk, while the rest are under a regular MGCQ.
August 1 to 3 – Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal remain under GCQ, while Batangas and Bulacan are added to the list. The rest of Luzon continues to be under MGCQ.
August 19 to 31 – Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal return to GCQ, and these areas are joined by Batangas, Nueva Ecija, and Quezon. The rest of Luzon remains under MGCQ.
Luzon consists of 38 provinces and 8 independent cities in 7 regions (excluding Metro Manila), with a population of 44,592,844, as of the 2015 census.
The DOH launched a new nCoV tracker on Sunday, April 12, then shared its dataset to the public on April 14. – Rappler.com