Indonesia's COVID-19 Recoveries Reach 1.1 Million

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  • A number of health workers who tested positive for COVID-19 were escorted by their colleagues to the isolation area at the COVID-19 Emergency Hospital (RSD), Wisma Atlet Kemayoran, Jakarta, Tuesday, January 26, 2021. ANTARA / M Risyal Hidayat

    A number of health workers who tested positive for COVID-19 were escorted by their colleagues to the isolation area at the COVID-19 Emergency Hospital (RSD), Wisma Atlet Kemayoran, Jakarta, Tuesday, January 26, 2021. ANTARA / M Risyal Hidayat

    TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - With 9,053 Indonesians recovering from the coronavirus infection in a single day, the country's total COVID-19 recovery count reached 1,169,916 as of Wednesday, according to the Task Force for COVID-19 Handling.

    Meanwhile, Indonesia added 6,808 fresh cases on Wednesday, pushing the total case tally to 1,353,834. With 203 deaths reported in 24 hours, the total death toll touched 36,721.

    According to the task force, the number of COVID-19 active cases, or patients under treatment, reached 147,197.

    Jakarta recorded the highest number of recoveries at 2,445, followed by West Java (2.233), Central Java (1,324), East Java (514), and East Kalimantan (459).

    Jakarta also led in the cumulative COVID-19 case count at 343,807, followed by West Java (216,423), Central Java (155,217), East Java (130,642), and South Sulawesi (56,780). The city also recorded the highest tally of recoveries at 330,949, followed by West Java (178,213), East Java (118,207), Central Java (108,110), and South Sulawesi (52,364).

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