The highest new cases also came from Tanah Laut 27, Banjar 23, Tapin 26, Banjarmasin 16, and Banjarbaru 23. While the rest added by Barito Kuala 2, South Hulu Sungai (HSS) 2, Central Hulu Sungai (HST) 1, Tanah Bumbu 3, and Balangan 3.
"The continued high number of COVID-19 new cases shows the still high transmission among the people, thus the implementation of health protocol is very urgent to continue and to be disseminated," said the South Kalimantan COVID-19 Task Force spokesperson HM Muslim.
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Muslim louded Banjarbaru for applying sanction against citizens who violate the health protocol to encourage people to comply with. "Hope this will accelerate effort to break the chain of transmission," he said.
Meanwwhile, the recovery number on the same day also climbed up by 63. They came from Idaman Hospital Banjarbaru two, Bhayangkara Hospital 11, special quarantine of Bapelkes Banjarbaru 8, Tanah Laut quarantine 4.
Then Banjar quarantine 5, HSS quarantine 6, Tabalong quarantine 20, Balangan quarantine 2, Banjarmasin quarantine 5.
While the death tally has added by three, one from Tabalong and two from Banjarbaru.
The total COVID-19 cases recorded in South Kalimantan is 4.379, as many as 2.674 people are treated at the hospitals and special quarantine, 1.481 people had recovered, and 224 people died.
The number of People Under Monitoring (ODP) 754 and Patient Under Surveillance (PDP) 422.
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