Bali #9 for Indonesian COVID-19 Infections

Detikhealth.com reports that there are few signs that COVID-19 infections are declining in Indonesia. Data collected from the Indonesian Government’s Official Coronavirus Website  on Friday, 27 November 2020 showed a one-day increase of 4,917 new cases bringing the cumulative total to 516,753 of which 433,649 have recovered, and 16,352 died.

Several regions of Indonesia are most affected by high infection rates, including the Jakarta Metropolitan Area that over the preceding five days recorded more than 1,000 new cases. Earlier, for the period 23-25 November 2020, Central Java reported 559 new cases of COVID-19.

On Thursday, 25 November 2020, Indonesia recorded a new record of 5,534 new cases in a single day.

On Friday, 27 November 2020, the ten provinces of Indonesia with the highest daily number of new cases, daily newly cured, and the number of new deaths – listed in declining order of “new cases,” were:

1. Jakarta

1,064 new cases

1,125 cured patients

Deaths: 14

2. West Java

776 new cases

  712 cured patients

Deaths: 4

3. Central Java

559 new cases

268 cured patients

Deaths: 35

4. East Java

390 new cases

304 cured patients

Deaths: 26

5. West Sumatra

307 new cases

150 cured patients

Deaths: 3

6. East Kalimantan

222 new cases

118 cured patients

Deaths: 8

7. Riau

206 new cases

200 cured patients

Deaths: 4

8. Banten

145 new cases

74 cured patients

Deaths: 2

9. Bali

111 new cases

50 cured patients

Deaths: 5

10. Maluku

104 new cases

9 cured patients

Deaths: 0

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