Jakarta, January 26th – According to the COVID-19 data released by the National Disaster Relief Agency of Indonesia on the 26th, the number of confirmed cases in the country has increased 13,094 compared with the previous day, with a total of 1012,350 confirmed cases, 28,468 deaths and a total of 82,356 cured.
According to the data, of all provincial administrative regions, the Jakarta Capital Region reported the most confirmed cases. On the 26th, 2,314 new cases were confirmed, with a total of 254,580 confirmed cases and a total of 4,077 deaths.
East Java Province reported the largest number of deaths, with a total of 7,514 deaths and a total of 1,081 confirmed cases. 7 cases.
Indonesian President Joko said in a statement issued by the Indonesian Cabinet Secretariat on the 26th that vaccination is an important way for Indonesia to get out of the epidemic and recover its economy.
The Indonesian government has ordered 426 million doses of coronavirus vaccine from four vaccine companies from different countries.
At present, the Indonesian government has deployed 30,000 vaccination personnel, 10,000 community medical centers and 3,000 hospitals to cooperate with the completion of vaccination.
Erlanga, chairman of Indonesia’s COVID-19 Prevention and Control and National Economic Recovery Committee, previously said that stricter restrictions will be imposed in Java and Bali, where the epidemic is severe, from January 11 to 25.
On January 21, Ellanga announced that the restriction would be extended until February 8.