COVID-19 Cases Hit Records, Has the Pandemic Gotten Worse?

Summary

Indonesia posted its highest daily COVID-19 cases level on Wednesday (1/13), reaching a record high of 11,278 figures since the pandemic broke out on March 2, 2020, the Ministry of Health data shows. The new cases were found from 46,977 people who had completed the COVID-19 test using the real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) or molecular rapid test methods.

The country also recorded its deadliest day yet, in addition to the most active cases on records. Indonesia reported a further 306 deaths in the last 24 hours, bringing the total death tolls since the COVID-19 pandemic to 24,951 people. Meanwhile, the number of active cases reached 129,628 figures. Provinces with the highest cases were Jakarta, West Java, and Central Java. Meanwhile, the highest number of deaths were in Jakarta, Central Java, and East Java.

The following is data on the daily cases and deaths for January 6-13, 2021. 

Date

Daily Cases

Daily Deaths

January 6

8,854

187

January 7

9,321

224

January 8

10,617

233

January 9

10,046

194

January 10

9,640

182

January 11

8,692

214

January 12

10,047

302

January 13

11,278

302

 Source: Ministry of Health

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