"The number of patients who have died is 375, while 1,950 people are receiving medical treatment at hospitals, 1,169 people are self-isolating at their homes, and 969 others are waiting for the result of their laboratory test," chief of Health Resources at the Jakarta Provincial Health Office, Ani Ruspitawat, said here on Monday.
The number of asymptomatic patients is 74 compared to 43 earlier, she added.
The number of people under surveillance (ODP) has climbed to 5,993 from 5,947 and the number of patients under surveillance (PDP) has increased to 5,297 from 5,285 earlier.
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Meanwhile, chief of the Task Force for the Acceleration of COVID-19 Handling, Doni Monardo, has claimed the transmission of the novel coronavirus disease in the Indonesian capital has begun to show signs of slowing.
"According to the latest developments, the number of positive cases, especially in Jakarta, has gone down significantly and (the coronavirus curve has showed signs of) flattening,” he said at a virtual press conference on Monday in Jakarta.
Monardo said the slowdown in the number of coronavirus cases in the capital could be attributed to the implementation of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB), effective from April 10, 2020.
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