Illustration of Covid-19. Graphic: Rahayuning Putri Utami/JPNN.com
jpnn.com, BANTUL – Positive confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta Special Region, as of Wednesday jumped to 18,144 people.
The number of COVID-19 cases has soared after the addition of 302 new cases in the last 24 hours.
The Bantul Covid-19 Task Force in an official statement stated that the additional new cases came from Jetis District 57 people, followed by Banguntapan 51 people, Imogiri 40 people, Sewon 26 people, and Pandak 20 people, and Bantul also 20 people.
Furthermore, 19 people from Srandakan, 18 people from Kretek, 17 people from Kasihan, and 10 people from Pleret, then from Bambanglipuro eight people, Sanden six people, and Pajangan also six people, the rest from Pundong two people, and Sedayu two people.
However, during this period there were 95 recovered COVID-19 patients, from Kasihan District 22 people, Sewon 12 people, Sedayu 10 people, Banguntapan nine people, and from Kretek, Jetis, and Imogiri each eight.
Then from Pajangan five people, four people from Bantul, four people from Pleret, two people from Srandakan, the rest from Sanden, Pandak, and Bambanglipuro each one. Thus, the total number of recovered cases from COVID-19 in Bantul is 14,751 people.
Meanwhile, for the confirmed cases of COVID-19 who died on Wednesday, four people from Srandakan, Pandak, Banguntapan, and Kasihan sub-districts were recorded, bringing the total death cases in Bantul to 433.
With the development of daily cases, the number of active Covid-19 patients domiciled in Bantul who are still undergoing isolation and treatment at several referral hospitals per Wednesday (23/6) totaled 2,960 people.
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