All the isolation facilities in the Jembrana region have zero occupants as Covid-19 cases continually go down.
The Secretary II of the Jembrana Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Putu Agus Artana Putra, confirmed that all the regional government’s isolation facilities for Covid-19 patients have zero occupants as Covid transmission has significantly decreased.
“We just had one patient a few weeks ago. We haven’t received any more patients in the last few days,” Artana said on Sunday (20/3).
Artana explained that four clinics and several appointed hotels in Jembrana are empty. “Nobody is being isolated at the moment, so all those isolation facilities are unoccupied,” Artana added.
Despite receiving zero patients at the isolation facilities, Artana admitted that several patients who suffer from comorbid diseases are still being treated at the hospital.
“We still have a few Covid-19 patients at our hospital and asymptomatic patients who are undergoing self-isolation at home,” Artana concluded. He also urged Bali residents to join the vaccination program to prevent another surge in Jembrana.
Per the data from Jembrana’s officials, the region recorded 7,695 cases, 7,432 recoveries, and 247 deaths since the pandemic struck in 2020.
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