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Coordinating Minister Airlangga Hartarto announced that the Covid-19 trend in Indonesia keeps declining.
The government's data showed there were 4,982 additional COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours as of Friday at noon.
The Jakarta Provincial Government reported the latest data on Covid-19 in the capital. Today, March 16, there were 835 new positive cases.
COVID-19 Task Force Chairman Doni Monardo says the country's death rate caused by the coronavirus disease still exceeds the global average.
Jakarta has recorded 2,008 covid-19 recoveries bringing the total up to 347,210 cases as of Sunday, and a recovery rate of 96.5 percent.
The number of Covid-19 cases in Yogyakarta keeps rising, bringing the total to almost 30,000. On Thursday, it detected 128 new infections.
Jakarta has extended the Micro PPKM or micro-scale public activity restriction as it is believed to be effective in reducing COVID-19 cases.
Jakarta's Covid-19 recovery rate increased to 96.3 percent or 337,426 people as of Sunday, March 7, 2021.
The Jakarta Provincial Government has released the latest data on Covid-19 in the city. Today, March 4, the Health Agency announced new 2,008 cases.
The number of COVID-19 positive cases in the country remains on the rise.
Covid-19 Handling Task Force spokesman Wiku Adisasmito reported the good trend in the weekly pandemic mitigation.
Covid-19 task force claims the handling of the pandemic has shown a somewhat positive development but warns people against being complacent.
Jakarta Health Agency reported 3,567 new cases of coronavirus disease or Covid-19 today, February 3, 2021.
Jakarta's number of Covid-19 patients reportedly increased by more than 3,000 again today.
The Jakarta Health Agency reported that the family clusters were behind the spike in Covid-19 cases in the past week.
The Indonesian government decided to impose social restrictions in Java and Bali Island beginning January 11 to 25, 2021.
The Covid-19 handling spokesman asserted that people, particularly Covid-19 survivors, could help to increase the recovery rate of Covid-19 patients.
Jakarta sets a new record high today, Dec. 23, with almost 2,000 new Covid-19 cases.
BNPB called on regional Covid-19 task force to be aware of a spike in cases following increased people's mobility during upcoming year-end holidays.
The figure came from the results of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests performed on 11,895 residents aimed at finding new cases in the capital.