"Up until now, 11 patients have been cured," Chairwoman of Persahabatan Hospital Rita Rogayah noted in a press statement received in Jakarta, Tuesday.
A total of 42 patients were being treated for COVID-19 infection as of 8 a.m. local time, of which 21 are undergoing treatment in the emergency room, while the rest are kept in the Pinere isolation rooms.
Those receiving treatment comprise 10 male patients, nine women, while the rest are children between two and three years of age.
"There are 17 patients under surveillance (PDP) and four COVID-19 positive cases," she remarked while referring to those receiving emergency facilities.
Meanwhile, 21 patients, constituting 16 males and five females, are receiving treatment in the Pinere isolation room.
"There are six patients under surveillance (PDP) and 15 COVID-19 positive cases," she added.
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