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Caseloads Decline, Entry Points Still Under Tight Control

Indonesia’s Covid-19 caseload is starting to decline as bed occupancy rates at hospitals are becoming more controllable. However, a potential spike in cases is still on the surveillance radar.

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Kompas/Wawan H Prabowo

Residents thronged Jalan Asemka, West Jakarta, to hunt for various children's toys, Sunday (12/9/2021). During the extension of the level 3 community activity restriction (PPKM), many traders and visitors in the area are still reluctant to carry out the Covid-19 prevention health protocol properly and correctly.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS – The declining trend in Covid-19 transmission can be seen in the number of new cases, hospitality rate and fatality rate, all of which are falling.

New cases of Covid-19 reportedly stood at 14.7 per 100,000 population per week, the hospitalization rate at 7.35 patients per 100,000 population per week, and the fatality rate at 1.19 deaths per 100,000 population per week.

Editor: Syahnan Rangkuti
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