The Bali Provincial Covid-19 Task Force announced an additional 32 recoveries from Covid-19 Tuesday (9/6).

“A total of 32 patients have been declared recovered were previously treated in a number of hospitals in seven regencies/ cities in Bali, namely in Badung, Bangli, Buleleng, Gianyar, Klungkung, Tabanan, and Denpasar” said the Chief of the Bali Covid-19 Task Force Dewa Made Indra in Denpasar on Tuesday.

Recovered patients consisted of 31 Indonesian citizens (WNI) and one foreign national (WNA).

These additions bring the number of recoveries in Bali to 409 patients to date. This includes 402 Indonesians and seven foreigners.

Made Indra also announced the addition of 14 new confirmed cases in Bali.

2 of the new confirmed cases are Indonesian migrant workers and 12 patients were exposed via local transmissions.

“7 local transmissions occurred in the Badung Regency and 5 people in the city of Denpasar. The 2 Indonesian migrant workers infected were confirmed in the Buleleng and Gianyar Regencies” said Made Indra, who is also the Provincial Secretary of Bali.

Cumulatively, there have been 608 confirmed cases of Covid-19 as of Tuesday. This number includes 595 Indonesian citizens and 13 foreigners. Recorded deaths remain officially at 5.

“There are 194 active cases or confirmed cases of Covid-19 who are still being treated in 12 hospitals and are quarantined in Denpasar health centers (Bapelkesmas) and the BPK Training Agency in Pering, Gianyar” he explained.

Dewa Indra reminded the public about the appeal of Bali Governor Wayan Koster issued on June 8, 2020. The Governor’s Decree regulates the process of education for students, as well as travel outside Bali specifically to Covid-19 red zone areas.

In addition, it prohibits crowd activities, operations of tourist attractions, nightlife, and other activities that involve large groups people.

Traditional and religious activities should only be carried out involving at most 25 people.

Residents are also advised to reduce activities outside the home.

Specifically related to carrying out activities outside the home, residents must comply with all health protocols such as using face masks, maintaining social distancing and washing hands using soap and running water.

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