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Indonesia issues latest official Covid-19 figures

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Wearing a hazmat suit, a member of a Transjakarta community holds up a sign with updated data on the number of Covid-19 cases in Jakarta to raise awareness on health protocols within the Harmoni bus shelter in Jakarta on July 17. The Jakarta Post

Indonesia issues latest official Covid-19 figures

Indonesia's health ministry announced 4,360 new confirmed Covid-19 cases on November 22, bringing the total number of infections nationwide to 497,668.

According to data released by the ministry on November 22, 110 more people have died of the disease, bringing the death toll to 15,884.

The total number of recovered patients has also increased to 418,188.

The ministry reported that 26,535 people were tested on November 22, bringing the total number of people tested to 3,553,142.

The capital city recorded 1,342 new confirmed cases, bringing the total tally to 127,164. Meanwhile, Central Java reported 477 new cases, West Java 372, East Java 295, West Sumatra 229 and Riau Islands 174.

The virus has spread to all of the country’s 34 provinces.

The Jakarta Post/ Asia News Network


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