Indonesia logs fewest daily COVID-19 cases in more than a year

Indonesia logs fewest daily COVID-19 cases in more than a year

20/9/2021 3:23:00 PM

Indonesia logs fewest daily COVID-19 cases in more than a year

JAKARTA: Indonesia on Monday (Sep 20) reported 1,932 new daily coronavirus infections, the lowest since August 2020, data from country's COVID-19 task force showed, and the government further eased restrictions in Java and on its

.Indonesia, once Asia's coronavirus epicentre, has reported nearly 4.2 million infections overall and over 140,000 deaths, but new cases have dropped 98 per cent from their peak in July, senior cabinet minister Luhut Pandjaitan said.Its average positivity rate - the percentage of tests that are positive - was just below 4 per cent this month, under the World Health Organization's 5 per cent threshold for determining whether an outbreak is under control.

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Luhut warned, however, that were still risks of new infection waves and said quarantine protocols would be strengthened at entry points."One of the risks is from abroad since the number of cases COVID-19 cases in our neighboring countries are still high," Luhut told a virtual media briefing.

"We don't want to lower our guards against the new variants."Related:Indonesia may reopen to tourists from some countries in October, says ministerMeasures that were relaxed on Monday include allowing cinemas to reopen at 50 per cent capacity and children under 12 to visit malls in Java's major cities.

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Singapore reports 1,009 new local COVID-19 cases; large clusters at 2 more nursing homesSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 1,009 new local COVID-19 infections as of noon on Sunday (Sep 19), comprising 919 community cases and 90 dormitory residents. This is the second consecutive day that new local cases have topped 1,000. There were Looks like a new cluster all over the island. Might as well start mentioning places where there are no new clusters...yet! Hahaha! Nursing homes are insidious opportunities for Covid19 infections as similar to USA of which deaths were unreported until investigations to discover...Atrociously.