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Wisma Atlet still offering treatment to 4,936 COVID-19 patients

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Wisma Atlet still offering treatment to 4,936 COVID-19 patients

As many as 4,936 COVID-19 patients at the Wisma Atlet COVID-19 Emergency Hospital (RSDC) of Kemayoran, Central Jakarta, are still undergoing treatment as of Wednesday morning (July 21).

"All COVID-19 patients -- 2,584 male and 2,352 female patients -- are undergoing treatment at towers 4, 5, 6, and 7," Head of Information at the Joint Regional Defense Command (Kogabwilhan) I Marine Colonel Aris Mudian noted in a written statement received here on Wednesday.

Mudian informed that the figure decreased by 494 patients, from the earlier data of 5,430 people. Overall, the number of recovered patients at Wisma Atlet had reached 113,199.

Moreover, 958 patients were referred to other hospitals, while 479 people died. Those patient numbers, recapitulated at towers four, five, six, and seven, were calculated from March 23, 2020, to July 21, 2021, at 8:00 local time.

Moreover, 119,572 people registered for treatment, while 114,636 patients were discharged from the Wisma Atlet Emergency Hospital during the period from March 23, 2020, to July 21, 2021.

In addition to recording the progress in handling patients at the Wisma Atlet COVID-19 Emergency Hospital, Colonel Aris Mudian reported the improvement in the condition of COVID-19 patients at Wisma Atlet Pademangan.

The number of inpatients at Wisma Atlet Pademangan reached 5,119, comprising 2,274 male patients and 2,845 female patients. All patients are hospitalized at towers 8, 9, and 10.

"Initially, 5,971 patients were hospitalized, and there was a decrease of 852 people," he remarked.

Among the number of COVID-19 patients receiving treatment at the Special Hospital for Infection (RSKI) Galang Island, the number of inpatients reached 314 people, who were all confirmed positive for COVID-19.

From April 12, 2020, to July 21, 2021, the Galang Island Hospital recorded 14,916 people having received treatment, out of which 14,602 patients returned home, specifically 42 people referred to other hospitals, 7,263 patients that recovered, and 7,297 patients that completed treatment. (Antaranews)

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