"Since March 23, 2020, the hospital has registered a total of 8,129 patients, of which 5,584 have recovered," Colonel Maris Aris Mudian, the hospital's spokesman, noted here on Monday.
The hospital has transferred 195 patients to other referral hospitals and recorded the deaths of three patients until now.
According to Mudian, in comparison with the previous day's data, the number of recoveries increased by 158.
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On Monday, the number of COVID-19 patients being treated at the hospital reached 1,532, an increase of 158 from that on the previous day.
"The number of inpatients at the Wisma Atlet Emergency Hospital reached 1,532 people, comprising 862 men and 670 women," he pointed out.
Of the 1,532 inpatients, 1,502 people had tested positive for COVID-19, while the remaining 30 were suspected to have contracted the virus.
Meanwhile, the Galand Island COVID-19 Hospital in Riau Islands Province, on Monday, treated 45 inpatients, including seven COVID-19 positive patients. The remaining 38 patients were suspected cases awaiting the results of COVID-19 tests.
Since the hospital was opened on April 12, 2020, it had registered a total of 494 inpatients, including 186 patients that had made a recovery, 259 suspects that had completed treatment, and two people referred to other hospitals. No patient had died at the Galang Island hospital.
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