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Covid-19 Update September 18, 2021: 3.385 Daily Positive Cases and 185 People Died

Positive cases of Covid-19 in Indonesia as of Saturday (9/18/2021) increased by 3,385 cases, and death cases rose by 185 people. The additional daily

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TRIBUNBATAM.id - Positive cases of Covid-19 in Indonesia as of Saturday (9/18/2021) increased by 3,385 cases, and death cases rose by 185 people. 

The additional daily positive cases brought the total number of Corona cases since the beginning of the pandemic to 4,188,529.

"Positive cases have increased by 3,385, total 4,188,529," as quoted from the Covid-19 Task Force data, Saturday (9/18).

The Task Force also noted that on the same day there were an additional 7,076 people recovered from Corona. This brings the total number of recovered cases to 3,983,140. 

In addition, the daily death cases related to Covid-19 reached 185 people. As a result, the total number of deaths increased to 140,323 people.

Komandan Korem 033/WP Brigjen TNI Jimmy Ramoz Manalu, saat meninjau vaksinasi di beberapa tempat di Kepri.
Komandan Korem 033/WP Brigjen TNI Jimmy Ramoz Manalu, saat meninjau vaksinasi di beberapa tempat di Kepri. (TRIBUNBATAM.id/Ronnye Lodo Laleng)

At the same time, there were 65,066 active cases, or a decrease of 3,876 people compared to the previous day, and a total of 364,144 suspected Covid-19 cases. 

In addition, the number of specimen examinations reached 276,094 samples. 

Meanwhile, the total of the first dose of vaccination reached 78,540,519, the second vaccination was 44,716,570, and the third vaccination, which was a booster, reached 838,878. 

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Based on data from the Covid-19 Task Force, the trend of positive cases began to decline since entering August to early September 2021.

The World Health Organization (WHO) even mentions that the mobility of residents in tourist and shopping areas in Java-Bali has been similar before the pandemic period. 

(Tribunbatam.id/LiaDinatri)

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