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Indonesia's outbreak exceeds 50,000 new cases in a single day for the first time, setting a new daily record for 3 consecutive days

Indonesia's outbreak exceeds 50,000 new cases in a single day for the first time, setting a new daily record for 3 consecutive days

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  • Origin:Source: People's Daily Online - International Channel
  • Time of issue:2021-07-16 10:30
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Indonesia's outbreak exceeds 50,000 new cases in a single day for the first time, setting a new daily record for 3 consecutive days

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  • Origin:Source: People's Daily Online - International Channel
  • Time of issue:2021-07-16 10:30
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July 14, 2021 19:45 | Source: People's Daily Online - International Channel

 

 

JAKARTA, July 14 -- Indonesia's Ministry of Health released data on July 14 showing that in the past 24 hours, Indonesia's COVID-19 epidemic exceeded 50,000 new confirmed cases for the first time in a single day, reaching 54,517 cases. As of now, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in Indonesia has risen to 2670046, with 69210 cumulative deaths and 2157363 cumulative cures.

 

In the past three days, the number of new cases in Indonesia has been increasing, and in the past 10 days, the number of new cases in Indonesia has reached a record high. 47,899 new cases were diagnosed in Indonesia on July 13, refreshing the previous day's record, and on July 12, the number of new cases in Indonesia exceeded 40,000 for the first time.

 

The local media reported on the 14th, citing Indonesian Health Minister Guinadi, that it was problematic to allow confirmed patients with Newcastle Pneumonia to isolate themselves, and that many patients who should have been treated in hospitals were unable to be admitted because hospital beds were full. In addition, Indonesia is currently short of around 3,000 doctors to deal with the current rapidly spreading outbreak.

 

Reports say that several hospitals in Indonesia have recently experienced a crisis of insufficient oxygen supply. Gulnadi pointed out that the uneven distribution of oxygen production facilities is the main reason for the recent shortage of oxygen in many hospitals in Java. Most of the oxygen manufacturing facilities are located in West Java and East Java provinces, and poor logistics and transportation have hindered the distribution of oxygen to Central Java and other places. Currently, demand for medical oxygen across Indonesia has soared from 400 tonnes per day to 2,000 tonnes per day, "and we can only produce 1,700 tonnes per day at our current capacity." Guenardi said.

 

With oxygen in short supply, medical oxygen concentrator and central oxygen supply products are now much needed medical equipment in Indonesia.

 

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