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BATAM Adds 200 New Covid-19 Cases, 5 People Died

Covid-19 patients in Batam increased by 200 people, on Wednesday (8/4/2021). Meanwhile, the number of recovered patients also increased by ...

Penulis: Lia Sisvita Dinatri | Editor: Lia Sisvita Dinatri
Illustration, BATAM - Covid-19 patients in Batam increased by 200 people, on Wednesday (8/4/2021). 

Meanwhile, the number of recovered patients also increased by 258 people and the number of patients who died increased by 5 people. 

The head of the Batam Covid-19 Task Force Team-Health Division, Didi Kusmarjadi admitted, as of Wednesday (8/4/2021) the number of Covid-19 patients had been reached 23,954 people. 

In which, as many as 21,126 of them were declared recovered. 

"The Covid-19 recovery rate in Batam has been reached 88.194 percent," he said. 

The patients who were confirmed positive during the last 24 hours consisted of 143 symptomatic confirmed cases, 50 asymptomatic cases and three contact confirmation cases and two imported travel confirmation cases. 

Meanwhile, active cases in Batam also decreased. 

It was recorded that 1,605 patients were isolated. Meanwhile, 469 patients were treated at the hospital and 105 were treated at the Hajj Dormitory. 

"The total number of active cases decreased to 2,179 from the previous 2,242 people," he added. 

Based on data from the Batam Covid 19 Task Force team, Batam City District is still the area with the highest contributor to patients dying from Covid-19

As of today, 166 people have died in Batam City District. Furthermore, Sekupang District 75 people and Lubuk Baja as many as 74 people died. 

Didi added, the availability and capacity of facilities and infrastructure in Batam currently consists of a hospital capacity with 1,791 beds, then at the Galang Island Hospital of 360 with a total of 2,151 beds.

There are also supporting facilities for isolation in the Hajj Dormitory, which are as many as 420 beds.

( Lumbantobing)

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