14 Indonesians recover from COVID-19 abroad

14 Indonesians recover from COVID-19 abroad

Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi (center) answers questions from journalists about COVID-19 measures in Jakarta on January 28, 2020. ANTARA/HO-Kemlu RI/aa. (Handout - Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Jakarta (ANTARA) - As many as 14 Indonesian nationals who were undergoing treatment in Japan, Spain, Singapore, and the Netherlands after testing positive for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) have made a complete recovery, the Foreign Ministry said.

Nine Indonesians have recovered from the deadly virus in Japan, one in Spain, three in Singapore, and one in the Netherlands, the ministry said in a statement released via its Instagram account (safetravel.kemlu) on Tuesday.

As of 8 a.m. on Tuesday (March 31, 2020),133 Indonesian nationals have tested positive for the coronavirus outside the country — 34 in Malaysia, 34 in Singapore, four in Italy, five in Vatican, three in Vietnam, three in the Netherlands, one in Ireland, one in the United Kingdom, two in Qatar, six in Saudi Arabia, two in the United Arab Emirates, 14 in India, two in Cambodia, one in the Philippines, two in Australia, three in Brunei Darussalam, one in Macau, and three in Taiwan.

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All nine Indonesians who contracted the coronavirus infection in Japan are reported to have recovered, according to the ministry. 

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