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Officials Confirm That Denpasar’s Recovery Rate For Covid-19 Has Reached 95%

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Officials from the Denpasar city government have confirmed that the recovery rate of Covid-19 in Denpasar, Bali has reached 95.51% as of Tuesday (18/5).

The Spokesman of the Denpasar Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Dewa Gede Rai said that the recovery rate in Denpasar has increased, but he also stressed that people still need to be aware as Covid-19 is still being transmitted despite the reducing cases over the last several days. “We have 23 new cases with 32 recoveries today, but we still need to comply with the prevention protocols as the transmission is still on.” Gede Rai said on Tuesday (18/5).

(Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika)

Gede Rai also explained that the accumulated Covid-19 cases in Denpasar is 14,699 cases, with 14,039 recoveries (95.51%), 38 deaths (2.3%) and 322 patients are still being treated (2.19%). He warned people to be more aware about the new variants of Coronavirus that were recently transmitted onto the island. “Despite the leniency that was implemented by the government, people still need to comply with prevention protocols in their daily activities.” Gede Rai added.

(Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika)

Gede Rai committed to keep doing various efforts to reduce Covid-19 transmission and the fatality rate of Covid-19. “We will keep on monitoring several different locations everyday to assure that everyone is complying with the protocols. We will also be educating people and disinfecting some public areas while the Covid-19 vaccine is being distributed as we aim to achieve herd immunity before the border reopens in near future.” Gede Rai concluded.

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Wayan Bo

Thursday 20th of May 2021

There are also post covid health problems possible.


Thursday 20th of May 2021

I am hoping that with the recovery rate being high and with the role out of vaccines that Bali may be able to once again welcome overseas visitors on to its shores. I have a particularly selfish reason for my dream to come true. It is that my Bali wife' through no fault of her own, nor mine nor indeed anyone elses, has been apart from me. I, indeed would wish to travel to Bali to be in our home together. I guess I am not the only person separated from his loved one for nearly 17 months nor am I the only person hoping that in the near future I can be with her again. My daily dose of heartbreak is coupled with a nightly dream of closing my eyes and seeing an image of's hoping....


Friday 21st of May 2021

@Brendon, Just FYI, none of my Bule friends married to Indonesians have been turned down for a visa to reunite with their wives here : did you even try at all?