Indonesia's COVID-19 cases spike to 12,990

Indonesia's COVID-19 cases spike to 12,990

Jakarta (ANTARA) - Indonesia recorded 12,990 COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours amid a fresh surge in infections, bringing the total tally to 1,963,266, Indonesia's Task Force for COVID-19 Response reported here on Friday.

Meanwhile, the number of people recovering from the virus climbed by 7,907, taking the total recoveries to 1,779,127.

With 290 people succumbing to the virus, the death toll climbed to 54,043.

Indonesia also registered 4,793 additional active COVID-19 cases on Friday, bringing the total to 130,096, while the number of suspected cases reached 111,635.

Jakarta recorded the highest single-day increase in cases at 4,737, which accounted for 36.47 percent of the national increase on June 18, 2021.

Meanwhile, West Java contributed 2,791 cases (or, 21.48 percent of the total cases), followed by Central Java, which added 1,331 cases (10.25 percent), East Java 731 cases (5.63 percent), Yogyakarta 592 cases (4.56 percent), and Riau 353 cases (2.72 percent).

Jakarta accounted for 2,517, or 31.83 percent, of the single-day recoveries, followed by West Java, which added 1,292 recoveries (16.34 percent), Central Java 790 (9.99 percent), Java East 408 (5.16 percent), and Riau 366, or 4.63 percent, recoveries.

The provinces with the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases were Jakarta (463,552), followed by West Java (340,455), Central Java (223,076), East Java (162,116), East Kalimantan (73,363), and South Sulawesi (62,878).

Jakarta also recorded the highest total recoveries at 431,004, followed by West Java (309,184), Central Java (190,857), East Java (145,976), East Kalimantan (70,323), and South Sulawesi (61,337). (INE)

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