The COVID-19 Task Force reported 4,850 new positive cases of COVID-19 on Thursday at 12.00 WIB, bringing the total cases of COVID-19 in Indonesia to 320,564 cases.
Based on the data, the number of recovered patients per day increased by 3,769 people, bringing the total number of COVID-19 patients who have successfully recovered to 244,060 people.
Meanwhile, there are 108 death cases, totaling to 11,580 deaths from 43,389 specimen samples.
The cumulative number of specimens examined in Indonesia is 3,639,108 specimens.
The total number of suspects per day is 144,072 people.
COVID-19 has infected 34 provinces in the country covering 499 districts and cities or an increase in one area compared to the previous day.
The addition of new positive cases today is in Jakarta with 1,182 cases, West Java 597 cases, Central Java 348 cases, East Java 347 cases, Riau 244 cases, East Kalimantan 238 cases, South Sulawesi 213 cases, West Papua 210 cases, West Sumatra 201 cases, and Aceh 169 cases.
There are five provinces that reported the addition of new cases of less than 10 people, namely Gorontalo with 9 new cases, North Kalimantan and West Sulawesi with 6 new cases each, North Maluku 5 new cases, and Bangka Belitung 2 new cases.
East Java Province is the region with the most deaths per day, namely 24 people. Then Jakarta followed with 17 deaths and East Kalimantan 11 deaths.
Provinces that reported the most recovered patients today are Jakarta with 1,044 recovered cases, followed by East Java with 334 recovered cases, West Java with 325 recovered cases, Central Java with 270 recovered cases, and East Kalimantan with 238 recovered cases.
As of today, the cumulative data on positive COVID-19 cases in Indonesia mostly occurred in Jakarta with 83,372 cases followed by East Java 46,095 cases, West Java 26,259 cases, Central Java 25,261 cases, and South Sulawesi 16,298 cases.
Most recovered patients are in DKI Jakarta 68,260 people, East Java 39,607 people, Central Java 17,887 people, West Java 15,966 people, and South Sulawesi 13,581 people.
Meanwhile, the highest number of deaths occurred in East Java, namely 3,374 people, followed by DKI Jakarta 1,834 people, Central Java 1,472 people, West Java 527 people, North Sumatra 459 people and South Kalimantan 438 people. (Antaranews)