DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) – Deputy Chairman of Bali COVID-19 task force Dewa Made Indra announced seven new confirmed cases as of Monday, April 27, bringing the total number to 193.
“There are seven new confirmed cases today. Six of them are imported cases and one got infected from another region in Indonesia. From the total 193 cases, eight are foreigners and 185 Indonesians,” Dewa Indra said in Denpasar, Monday.
Dewa Indra also announced six patients have recovered, bringing the total number to 81.
“While for patients under treatment amounting 108. They are treated at 11 referral hospitals and two quarantine sites in Bali,” he said.
The government, Dewa Indra continued, also closely pays attention to the local transmission cases which have reached 20,72 percent of the total cases.
“Therefore, we hope the community to apply in discipline the physical distancing, using a face mask, and stay healthy and clean,” he hoped.
As for the national update, the Indonesia Government announced 44 patients have recovered as of Monday, bringing the total number to 1,151. While the death toll increased by 22, bringing the total number to 765.
The government spokesperson for COVID-19 Achmad Yurianto said, the fatalities mostly happened to patients ranging from 41 to 60 years old, or older.
“Comorbidities also worsened the patients’ condition after got infected from the Coronavirus, such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and lung disease,” he said on an official statement in Jakarta.
Yuri also announced 214 new confirmed cases across Indonesia, bringing the total number to 9.096.
From the data collected today, there were no new cases in 19 out of 34 provinces in the country.