Indonesia is likely one of the 5 international locations which have managed to considerably decrease COVID-19 instances and preserve it (the standing) for fairly a very long time.
Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia is now among the many 5 international locations with the biggest decline in COVID-19 instances, Communication and Informatics Minister Johnny G. Plate has stated.
“Indonesia is likely one of the 5 international locations which have managed to considerably decrease COVID-19 instances and preserve it (the standing) for fairly a very long time. We at the moment are on par with 4 different international locations, India, the Philippines, Iran, and Japan,” he stated in a press assertion that ANTARA quoted on Sunday.
The minister stated he hopes the general public will keep disciplined in following well being protocols and complying with the regulation regarding the Christmas and New 12 months celebrations as a way to curb COVID-19 instances.
Indonesia has been in a position to deliver down COVID-19 instances by as much as 99.3 p.c from the height and preserve the pattern for 130 days, he claimed.
As of November 27, 2021, the variety of energetic instances in Indonesia stands at 2.564, properly beneath the bottom quantity earlier than the COVID-19 spiked at 26,126, he knowledgeable.
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“The World Well being Group (WHO) has declared Indonesia as a inexperienced nation with a low transmission charge of beneath 2 p.c,” he famous.
In fact, this can be a optimistic achievement for Indonesia and is the results of the cooperation and exhausting work of all events for breaking the COVID-19 transmission chain, he remarked.
“The trouble of any particular person, nonetheless small, has contributed to reducing instances and stopping transmission,” he added.
The profitable dealing with of the COVID-19 pandemic means that the federal government is heading in the right direction, he stated.
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