HealthCovid in Bali Tends to Decrease

Covid in Bali Tends to Decrease


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The emergence of new COVID-19 cases in Bali tends to decline, with an average of 146 new cases of Covid-19. Accumulatively, the number of Covid-19 cases in Bali has reached 45.832 people.

In addition, the cure rate increased to 43.295 people (94,46 percent), above the national average of 91,62 percent.

The death rate tended to decline to reach 1.414 people (3,09 percent), but it is still above the national average of 2,75 percent.

And, also the cumulative number of active cases reached 1.123 people (2,45 percent), below the national average of 5,63 percent.

“Before May, Bali had received 1.300.000 doses of vaccine, on May 6, 2021, it was successful to obtain an additional 673.180 doses of vaccine so that in total Bali has received 1.973.180 doses of vaccine (AstraZeneca and Sinovac brands), “said the Governor of Bali Wayan Koster, Tuesday (11/5).

The data shows that the first injection was made to 895.394 people and 2 injections were made to 372.721 people.

Regions that receive vaccination program priority sequentially according to the number of vaccine doses allocated, are: 1) Denpasar City, 2) Badung Regency, 3) Gianyar Regency, 4) Buleleng Regency, 5) Tabanan Regency, 6) Karangasem Regency, 7) Jembrana Regency, 8) Klungkung Regency, and 9) Bangli Regency.

Currently, efforts to obtain additional vaccines continue to be made through the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia.

“Confirmation has been obtained, in the third week of May, Bali will get an additional shipment of about 500.000 doses, then more will be given more in June and July, in accordance with the target of 3 million (70%) people that can participate in the vaccination program to achieve herd immunity, ” said the Governor.

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