DATA of the COVID-19 Handling Task Force as of March 12, 2022, stated that 1,331 residents who were confirmed positive in North Sulawesi (North Sulawesi) had been declared cured.
“The current accumulation of recovered cases is 45,182 people with a cure rate of 88.9 percent,” said Head of the P2P Division of the North Sulawesi Provincial Health Office, Steaven P. Dandel, MPH in Manado, Saturday (12/3).
The most daily recovered cases came from Manado City and Minahasa Regency with 795 people and 428 people respectively, followed by Kotamobagu City with 39 people, Southeast Minahasa Regency (18 people), and Kotamobagu Regency (18 people).
North Minahasa (17 people).
Furthermore, South Minahasa Regency (15 people), South Bolaang Mongondow Regency (eight people), Sangihe Islands Regency (six people), outside the region (four people) and East Bolaang Mongondow Regency (one person).
“The task force hopes that residents will be disciplined in implementing health protocols,” he said.
Doctor Steaven added that currently the accumulation of positive confirmed cases of COVID-19 reached 50,799 people after the addition of 58 new cases.
Most of Bolaang Mongondow Regency are 15 people, Southeast Minahasa Regency and Manado City are nine people each, North Minahasa Regency (six people), Minahasa Regency (five people).
Furthermore, Kotamobagu City has three people, Tomohon City, Sangihe Islands Regency, Siau Islands Regency Tagulandang Biaro and Talaud Islands Regency each have two people, and Bitung City, South Minahasa Regency and South Bolaang Mongondow Regency each.
Doctor Steaven added that the accumulated death cases were 1,145 people (an increase of two people), and 4,472 active cases (increased 1275). (OL-8)