Corona Death Rate in Indonesia Drops 95.8% in 2 Months, Here’s the Data
The number of deaths due to the corona virus is increasing every day. This figure is also one of the indicators used to determine the extent to which case control has been successfully implemented.
As of Sunday (26/9), Indonesia recorded one of the lowest daily death cases in 2021. A total of 86 deaths were reported that day.
While the previous lowest record was recorded on March 26, as many as 85 people died.
Previously, the number of deaths in Indonesia seemed to be slowly increasing since last July. This is in line with the spike in cases in the second wave after the Eid holiday in May.
Corona cases continued to increase dramatically from around 100 per day to 2,067 cases on July 27. This is also the peak of deaths due to corona that occurred throughout the pandemic.
After that time, cases continued to decline even though until August 25, cases were still consistently above 1,000 per day. It took 2 months since the peak, now cases have dropped drastically from 2,067 cases to 86 cases. The decrease is equivalent to 95.84%.
So, the death rate for the corona virus in Indonesia has reached 3.36% as a whole. This was obtained from 4,208,013 total confirmed cases with a total of 141,467 deaths.
With this lowest number, Indonesia is officially no longer included in the list of 10 countries with the highest death cases.
As of yesterday, Indonesia was ranked 12th in the world and became the 4th Southeast Asian country with the highest number of deaths from COVID-19 after Malaysia (278 cases), Vietnam (184 cases), and Thailand (125 cases).