The Task Force for Acceleration Handling of COVID-19's data on Monday afternoon showed the recovered patients were previously treated at the hospital or special quarantines.
One patient came out was Ulin General Hospital in Banjarmasin, eight from Tanah Laut quarantine, 20 from Barito Kuala quarantine, 16 from Hulu Sungai Selatan (HSS) quarantine, one from NorthHulu Sungai (HSU) quarantine, 42 from Balangan quarantine, and five from Banjarbaru quarantine.
The most from Banjarmasin quarantine 47. Specifically for Banjarmasin, there was more recovery than positive cases.
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Meanwhile, there were an increase of 52 positive cases. They were from Tanah Laut 1, Kotabaru 1, Banjar 2, Barito Kuala 12, HSS 2, Tanah Bumbu 1.
Balangan 1, Banjarmasin 14, and Banjarbaru 7, then the total kasus positive COVID-19 cases in South Kalimantan has reached 4.990.
Of these, 2.864 people were treated in hospital and special quarantine, 1.875 recovered, and 251 died.
The number of death was added by five from 246 to 251, one from HSS, one from Banjarmasin and three from Banjarbaru.
People Under Monitoring (ODP) 783 and Patient Under Surveillance (PDP) 360.
Previously, South Kalimantan Task Force spokesperson for COVID-19 Handling M Muslim called on the community to always maintain physical condition with adequate rest. “Eat with balanced nutrition and regular exercise, make it a habit to live healthy and clean," he said.
The public also asked to continue to increase awareness in applying health protocol to prevent COVID-19, such as wearing masks and washing hands frequently.
“Let's work hand in hand in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19,” Muslim invited.
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