Officials have announced that all Bali regions have officially turned into a Covid-19 epidemiological orange zone.
The Secretary of the Bali Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Made Rentin confirmed that all nine regions in the province of Bali have turned into an epidemiological orange zone area of Covid-19 transmissions as of Thursday (9/9). “With a total of 101,072 recoveries from Covid, the risk of Covid transmission in Bali has decreased and they are officially considered as an epidemiological orange zone as of today.” Rentin said on Thursday (9/9) in Denpasar.
All Bali regions have recently reported updates about recovered Covid-19 patients in their areas such as in Jembrana (30 patients), Denpasar (79 patients), Karangasem (14 patients), Buleleng (38 patients), Gianyar (96 patients), Klungkung (3 patients), Badung (82 patients), and Tabanan (62 patients).
Rentin was thankful that Bali has successfully reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmissions that has been surging in the last several months, especially in six Bali regions such as Denpasar, Badung, Tabanan, Buleleng, Karangasem and Klungkung that were previously considered red zone areas. However, Rentin still encourages the community to keep limiting their mobility and avoid creating a crowd to prevent Covid-19 cases from surging, especially during this level 4 partial lockdown implementation on the island.