Eight Regencies / Cities in Bali Enter the Covid-19 Red Zone, Bali Is Asked to Consider Lockdown

The National Covid-19 Handling Acceleration Task Force released data related to a risk map for the spread of Covid-19. From the data released per September 6, almost all of Bali is colored red.

Of the 9 districts / cities in Bali, eight of them, except for Klungkung, are in the red zone, which means they are at high risk. The cumulative Covid-19 cases handled by Bali as of Thursday (10/9) reached 6,834 people. Of the total cases, 5,437 patients (79.56 percent) had recovered, 151 died (2.21 percent) and 1,246 active cases (18.23 percent).

Photo 1: Virologist of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Prof. Udayana University. Dr. drh. I Gusti Ngurah Kade Mahardika – Photo source: Tribun Bali

According to the virologist of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Prof. Udayana University. Dr. drh. I Gusti Ngurah Kade Mahardika, from existing data, the number of positive cases of Covid-19 and cases of death in early September continues to increase. For this reason, his party suggested that Bali immediately consider another lockdown.

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“Everyone has been warned. We are not tidying up. We are given four months. Our four months are not working properly. March, April, May and June we only appeal,” said Mahardika.

Photo 2: Funeral process of a patient who died of Covid-19 – Photo source: Radar Bali

Even from records quoted from the Bali Post, cases of death have been reported in Bali since 17 days ago. As of Thursday, the number of deaths reported was 9.

Meanwhile, the day before, it even set a new record, as many as 14 people were reported to have died from the deadly virus.

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