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Bali Has 27 Confirmed Cases As Indonesia Approaches 2000

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According to Government Spokesperson, Achmad Yurianto, Bali now has 27 confirmed cases of COVID-19. 

Indonesia has recorded 1986 positive cases as of April 4th, 2020, according to the John Hopkins University. 

Data released by the Bali government shows that 10 people have recovered and 2 have died from the novel Coronavirus. 

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According to a new map released by Denpasar officials, 140 people in the city are being monitored and 4 have tested positive for the virus. 

The 4 patients that tested positive are from the villages of Padangsambian Kaja, Ubung, Pemogan and Panjer.

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Jalan Tukad Yeh Aya Denpasar borders the Panjer Indigenous Village which has no barrier installed (Image: Tribune)

The two recorded deaths from COVID-19 in Bali were both foreign nationals.

72-year-old Frenchman Gerard Philippe Follet died on the street in Denpasar and 52 year old Kimberley Finlayson died while on vacation in Bali with her four children and husband. 

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The Bali government has not released any details on the number of people who have been tested on the island. 

Worldwide, 1,095,917 have tested positive for COVID-19 as of April 4th, 2020 and the outbreak has claimed the lives of 58,787 according to John Hopkins University

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