As many as 37 patients from the district of Tapin, South Kalimantan, have been declared recovered from the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The spokesperson of the Tapin Task Force for the Acceleration Handling of COVID-19 doctor Milhan said on Thursday, currently 65 patients are under treatment.
"The total number of COVID-19 positive patients from Tapin is 104, and 37 patients have been declared recovered, while patients being treated are 65, and two died," said Milhan.
He explained that the infected patients are treateat in three locations, namely the District Hospital of Datu Sanggul Rantau, the District Hospital of Hasan Basry Kandangan, and the Ambulung Banjarbaru Group Isolation Location.
"Datu Sanggul Hospital is currently treating seven positive patients and eigt PDP (Patient Under Surveillance)," he said.
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Today, Thursday (June 25, 2020), he announced, nine patients from Tapin are declared recovered from COVID-19. Three of them are previously treated in Datu Sanggul Hospital, and six in Ambulung Banjarbaru.
"For patients returning home today, we reminded you to quarantine yourselves independently for 14 days, and not to do activities outside, and temporarily not to receive any guest," said Milhan.
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