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Distribution of 2,229 Delta Variant Cases in Indonesia, Jakarta is the Highest

The Research and Development Department of the Indonesian Ministry of Health reported that the Delta variant in Indonesia increased by 132 cases

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Distribution of 2,229 Delta Variant Cases in Indonesia, Jakarta is the Highest. Transmission electron microscope image shows the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, also known as 2019-nCoV, the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 

TRIBUNBATAM.id - The Research and Development Department of the Indonesian Ministry of Health reported that the Delta variant in Indonesia increased by 132 cases on August 27, 2021. 

With this addition, the total number of cases of the Delta variant in Indonesia is currently recorded at 2,229.

All of these cases are spread across 33 provinces in Indonesia. 

Previously, on August 25, 2021, cases of the Delta variant in Indonesia totaled 2,097 people spread across 31 provinces. 

That means, in this period, there are two new provinces that have found cases of the Delta variant.

The two provinces are Southeast Sulawesi and North Maluku. 

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Currently, the Delta variant is mostly found in the province in DKI Jakarta with 751 cases.

Then, West Java with 322 cases, and East Kalimantan with 299 cases. 

COVID-19 VOLUNTEERS - Covid-19 volunteers in Natuna Regency, Riau Islands Province are carrying the coffins of Covid-19 patients to a public cemetery
COVID-19 VOLUNTEERS - Covid-19 volunteers in Natuna Regency, Riau Islands Province are carrying the coffins of Covid-19 patients to a public cemetery (TRIBUNBATAM.id/Jaliyah)

Here are the list of the distribution of 2,229 cases of the Delta variant in 33 provinces throughout Indonesia as of August 27, 2021:

Aceh: 18 cases

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