Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia

This article documents the timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.

COVID-19 cases in Indonesia  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases
Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-03-02
2(n.a.)
2(=)
2020-03-06
4(+100%)
4(=)
2020-03-08
6(+50%)
2020-03-09
19(+217%)
2020-03-10
27(+42%)
2020-03-11
34(+26%) 1(n.a.)
2020-03-12
34(=) 1(=)
2020-03-13
69(+103%) 4(+300%)
2020-03-14
96(+39%) 5(+25%)
2020-03-15
117(+22%) 5(=)
2020-03-16
134(+15%) 5(=)
2020-03-17
172(+28%) 7(+40%)
2020-03-18
227(+32%) 19(+171%)
2020-03-19
308(+36%) 25(+32%)
2020-03-20
369(+20%) 32(+28%)
2020-03-21
450(+22%) 38(+19%)
2020-03-22
514(+14%) 48(+26%)
2020-03-23
579(+13%) 49(+2.1%)
2020-03-24
685(+18%) 55(+12%)
2020-03-25
790(+15%) 58(+5.5%)
2020-03-26
893(+13%) 78(+34%)
2020-03-27
1,046(+17%) 87(+12%)
2020-03-28
1,155(+10%) 102(+17%)
2020-03-29
1,285(+11%) 114(+12%)
2020-03-30
1,414(+10%) 122(+7%)
2020-03-31
1,528(+8.1%) 136(+11%)
2020-04-01
1,677(+9.8%) 157(+15%)
2020-04-02
1,790(+6.7%) 170(+8.3%)
2020-04-03
1,986(+11%) 181(+6.5%)
2020-04-04
2,092(+5.3%) 191(+5.5%)
2020-04-05
2,273(+8.7%) 198(+3.7%)
2020-04-06
2,491(+9.6%) 209(+5.6%)
2020-04-07
2,738(+9.9%) 221(+5.7%)
2020-04-08
2,956(+8%) 240(+8.6%)
2020-04-09
3,293(+11%) 280(+17%)
2020-04-10
3,512(+6.7%) 306(+9.3%)
2020-04-11
3,842(+9.4%) 327(+6.9%)
2020-04-12
4,241(+10%) 373(+14%)
2020-04-13
4,557(+7.5%) 399(+7%)
2020-04-14
4,839(+6.2%) 459(+15%)
2020-04-15
5,136(+6.1%) 469(+2.2%)
2020-04-16
5,516(+7.4%) 496(+5.8%)
2020-04-17
5,923(+7.4%) 520(+4.8%)
2020-04-18
6,248(+5.5%) 535(+2.9%)
2020-04-19
6,575(+5.2%) 582(+8.8%)
2020-04-20
6,760(+2.8%) 590(+1.4%)
2020-04-21
7,135(+5.5%) 616(+4.4%)
2020-04-22
7,418(+4%) 635(+3.1%)
2020-04-23
7,775(+4.8%) 647(+1.9%)
2020-04-24
8,211(+5.6%) 689(+6.5%)
2020-04-25
8,607(+4.8%) 720(+4.5%)
2020-04-26
8,882(+3.2%) 743(+3.2%)
2020-04-27
9,096(+2.4%) 765(+3%)
2020-04-28
9,511(+4.6%) 773(+1%)
2020-04-29
9,771(+2.7%) 784(+1.4%)
2020-04-30
10,118(+3.6%) 792(+1%)
2020-05-01
10,551(+4.3%) 800(+1%)
2020-05-02
10,843(+2.8%) 831(+3.9%)
2020-05-03
11,192(+3.2%) 845(+1.7%)
2020-05-04
11,587(+3.5%) 864(+2.2%)
2020-05-05
12,071(+4.2%) 872(+0.93%)
2020-05-06
12,438(+3%) 895(+2.6%)
2020-05-07
12,776(+2.7%) 930(+3.9%)
2020-05-08
13,112(+2.6%) 943(+1.4%)
2020-05-09
13,645(+4.1%) 959(+1.7%)
2020-05-10
14,032(+2.8%) 973(+1.5%)
2020-05-11
14,265(+1.7%) 991(+1.8%)
2020-05-12
14,749(+3.4%) 1,007(+1.6%)
2020-05-13
15,438(+4.7%) 1,028(+2.1%)
2020-05-14
16,006(+3.7%) 1,043(+1.5%)
2020-05-15
16,496(+3.1%) 1,076(+3.2%)
2020-05-16
17,025(+3.2%) 1,089(+1.2%)
2020-05-17
17,514(+2.9%) 1,148(+5.4%)
2020-05-18
18,010(+2.8%) 1,191(+3.7%)
2020-05-19
18,496(+2.7%) 1,221(+2.5%)
2020-05-20
19,189(+3.7%) 1,242(+1.7%)
2020-05-21
20,162(+5.1%) 1,278(+2.9%)
2020-05-22
20,796(+3.1%) 1,326(+3.8%)
2020-05-23
21,745(+4.6%) 1,351(+1.9%)
2020-05-24
22,271(+2.4%) 1,372(+1.6%)
2020-05-25
22,750(+2.2%) 1,391(+1.4%)
2020-05-26
23,165(+1.8%) 1,418(+1.9%)
Source: COVID-19 Disease Response Acceleration Task Force
Note: Based on confirmed cases reported as of 12PM (UTC+7) on the same day.


  Total confirmed cases      Active cases      Total deaths      Total recoveries


At the start of data counting on 2 March, the Indonesian government only published the number of actual people being tested. Since 15 Apri, the government changed the method of its counting, now also publishing the actual number of tested specimens, which is used on this chart.


FebruaryEdit

  • 2 February – The Indonesian government evacuated 243 Indonesian nationals from Wuhan, China. The repatriated Indonesians were placed under quarantine in the Natuna Islands but were not tested as they were asymptomatic.[1][2]
  • 24 February – 9 Indonesians on board the Diamond Princess tested positive for the virus and were moved to treatment facilities in Japan. The Indonesian government repatriated and then quarantined the remaining 68 crew members, along with the 188 from the World Dream, onto the uninhabited Sebaru Kecil Island in the Thousand Islands off the coast of Jakarta.[3][4]

MarchEdit

 
Number of cases (blue) and number of deaths (red) on a logarithmic scale.
  • 2 March – President Joko Widodo confirmed the first two cases of COVID-19 in the country in a televised statement.[5] According to the Minister of Health Terawan Agus Putranto, the patients contracted the virus from an infected Japanese person in Depok who was later tested positive in Malaysia.[6] Both Indonesian patients were subsequently hospitalized at Sulianti Saroso Infection Center Hospital, North Jakarta.
  • 6 March – As of 6 March, Indonesia had only tested 450 individuals out of its 270 million population.[7]
  • 7 March – One of the crew evacuated from the Diamond Princess was suspected of contracting the disease and was subsequently transferred to an isolation unit at Persahabatan Central General Hospital, East Jakarta.[8]
  • 8 March
    • A 50-year-old woman from Jakarta tested positive in Melbourne, Australia. She began showing symptoms two days after flying to Perth from Jakarta on 27 February and saw a GP four days after arriving in Melbourne on 2 March.[9]
    • The government of Indonesia announced two more confirmed cases. One patient was infected through close contact with case #1, the other patient was a crew member of the Diamond Princess.[10]
  • 9 March – Indonesia confirmed 13 new cases of COVID-19 infection, 2 of them being foreigners.[11] The Indonesian government decided not to disclose the detection location of the patient and the treatment facility used.[citation needed]
  • 10 March
    • 2 patients who were previously confirmed to be positive were subsequently reported as negative, substantiating an explanation made by an Indonesian government representative. The two patients were to be discharged, should further test confirm their negative status.[12]
    • Indonesia confirmed 8 new cases of COVID-19 infection, 2 of them foreigners.[13]
    • A suspected COVID-19 patient fled from Persahabatan Central General Hospital.[14][15] She was later confirmed as positive of the virus and has returned to the hospital.[16]
  • 11 March
    • Case 25 died, the first death in Indonesia..[17] The victim was a British national and died in Bali's Sanglah hospital.[18]
    • Indonesia confirmed 7 new cases of COVID-19 infection, all of them imported cases.[19]
  • 13 March
    • 3 coronavirus-linked deaths were reported, 1 case in Solo, Central Java.[22][23] The other two were undisclosed.[24][25]
    • Indonesia confirmed 35 new cases of COVID-19 infection, totalling 69 cases.[24]
    • The first affected medical worker died on 13 March.[26]
  • 15 March
    • Indonesia confirmed 21 new cases of COVID-19 infection, 19 in Jakarta and 2 in Central Java, a total of 117 cases.[35][36]
    • Indonesian President Joko Widodo is said to be undergoing a COVID-19 test in the evening.[37]
  • 16 March
    • Indonesian Vice-President Ma'ruf Amin and Indonesian Interior Minister Tito Karnavian have tested negative on the COVID-19 test.[38][39]
    • Indonesia confirmed 17 new cases of infection, in a total of 134 cases. 14 new cases in Jakarta, 1 new case in Central Java, 1 new case in Banten, and 1 new case in West Java.[40]
    • Indonesia announced that it will start to quarantine asymptomatic COVID-19 patients in their own home.[41]
  • 17 March
    • In response to the growing number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia, the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management declared an emergency period for 91 days, effective until 29 May 2020.[42]
    • The Indonesian government announced 38 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections to 172.[43]
    • 1 case recovered, adding to a total of 9 cases recovered.[44]
    • 2 patients died (1 in Semarang and another one still unknown), in a total of 7 deaths.[45]
    • There are mistakes in the counting of the deaths.[46][47] The minister of health reported that the total number of the death is still 5, the same as that on 14 March[48] while two new deaths were reported in the early morning by Governor of Central Java[49] and Governor of Banten.[50] The total number of deaths should be 7.
  • 18 March
    • Indonesia confirmed 55 new cases of COVID-19 infection, bringing the total up to 227 cases.[51]
    • 12 patients died, the number of deaths has now increased to 19.[52] The 19 fatalities mean that Indonesia has now recorded the highest death toll among Southeast Asian countries hit by the coronavirus to date.[53] Indonesia's case fatality rate has reached 8.37% which is double the world case fatality rate (4.07%).[54]
    • 7 Indonesians in India tested positive for COVID-19 were a part of a 10-member team who travelled to Karimnagar for a religious tour.[55]
    • After 2 positive cases, Governor of West Kalimantan Sutarmidji declares an "extraordinary event" until further notice.[56]
  • 19 March
    • Joko Widodo announces 7 critical points (mass rapid tests, incentive for medical personnel, involve religious people, stop exporting medical equipment, stop holiday, incentive for small and medium enterprises, increase food stocks) to accelerate the elimination of COVID-19 outbreak in Indonesia.[57][58][59]
    • Indonesia announced 82 new cases, bringing the total to 309 cases.[60][61] However, it is revised to 308 cases.[62]
    • 4 more patients in DKI Jakarta announced cured from COVID-19.[63]
    • The import of Rapid Test Tools (15 minutes – 3 hours) by Rajawali Nusantara Indonesia from China has been approved by Ministry of Health.[64][65]
    • President Joko Widodo and wife, Iriana, tested negative on the COVID-19 test.[66]
    • Indonesian Chief of Police Idham Azis publishes notice for all policeman to disperse crowds anywhere at anytime, including restaurants, matrimony and religious services, and to deny permits for large events.[67]
    • The government cancelled a Tablighi Jamaat event in the Gowa Regency in Sulawesi. Thousands had already gathered despite a call for it to be cancelled earlier. A similar gathering in Kuala Lumpur in late February had caused a large outbreak of Covid-19 cases in Malaysia including 3 Indonesians.[68]
  • 20 March
    • Indonesia announced 60 new cases, bringing the total to 369 cases. Indonesia also announced 17 recovered and 32 deaths, an increase of 7 deaths.[69]
    • Indonesia Minister of State-Owned Enterprises Erick Thohir that Indonesia has enough drugs for 60,000 COVID-19 patients, and by the end of March could supply up to 4.7 million face masks.[70]
    • President Joko Widodo instructed his officials to shift budgetary priorities. Less prioritized budgets from the state budget (APBN) and regional budget (APBD) are to be reallocated to fund government efforts in combating the coronavirus pandemic, increasing the safety net for Indonesians, and to incentivize small and medium businesses.[71] He also promised to begin deploying rapid coronavirus testing, prioritizing South Jakarta as the worst-hit area.[72]
    • Anies Baswedan declares a state of emergency in Jakarta for the next 14 days (2 April).[73] Anies also urged businesses to suspend operations, and he urged all stakeholders to take drastic actions to prevent the spread of the disease during the state of emergency.[74][75]
    • After 9 positive cases of COVID-19, Khofifah Indar Parawansa declares a state of emergency for East Java.[76]
    • Mayor of Bogor, Bima Arya has tested positive for COVID-19 after a trip to Turkey.[77] Bima and all officials who went on the trip will comply with health protocols that include a minimum 14-day isolation at Bogor Senior Hospital.[78]
    • Detri Warmanto has tested positive for COVID-19. He is the son-in-law of the Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform, Tjahjo Kumolo.[79]
    • Istiqlal mosque halted Friday prayer for 2 weeks after Anies Baswedan and Indonesian Council of Ulama requested to halt mass religious activities in Jakarta.[80]
  • 21 March
    • Indonesian Air Force is to fly its C-130 Hercules (A-1333) to the Chinese city of Shanghai on Saturday to pick up approximately 9 tonnes of medical equipment. The route is Malang-Natuna-Hainan-Shanghai. The equipment includes disposable masks, N95 masks, protective clothing, goggles, gloves, shoe covers, infrared thermometers, and surgical caps.[81][82]
    • One person died after having a fever and headaches. The victim, a Russian citizen, died in his boarding house on Jalan Bukit Tunggal Gang 5, West Denpasar.[83]
    • Indonesia announced 81 new cases, totalling 450 cases of COVID-19 infection. Indonesia also announced 20 recovered and 38 deaths, an increase of 6 deaths since 20 March 2020.[84]
  • 22 March
    • Indonesia Medical Association (IDI) announced 6 doctors (Dr. Toni Daniel Silitonga; Dr. Ucok Martin; Dr. Djoko Judodjoko; Dr. Hadio Ali; Dr. Laurentius P; Dr. Adi Mirsaputra) have contracted COVID-19.[85]
    • Indonesia announced 64 new cases, a total of 514 cases.[citation needed]
  • 23 March
    • Indonesia announced 65 new cases, bringing the total to 579 cases.[86]
    • President Joko Widodo inaugurated the first COVID-19 makeshift hospital in the country at the former athlete's village for the 2018 Asian Games in Kemayoran, Jakarta. It was slated to be fitted with 3000 beds for patients requiring isolation.[87][88] Later reports suggested that it would house only 1,800 beds for the first phase.[89]
  • 24 March
    • President Joko Widodo announced the cancellation of the annual national examination (Ujian Nasional) for all education levels, except Vocational High School (Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan, SMK) that has been done in almost half of all schools in the country.[90][91][92] He also announced measures to ease motorcycle loans for one year.[93]
    • Indonesia confirmed 107 more cases, 686 in total.[94]
  • 25 March
    • The Indonesian Ministry of Transportation discouraged everyone from travelling home for the Eid al-Fitr holiday to contain the spread of the virus.[95]
    • Indonesia confirmed 105 more cases and corrected the data from the previous day. It should have said 685, while the previous day's data recorded 686. One patient's name was mistakenly registered in two hospitals. The total number of cases becomes 790.
  • 26 March
    • Indonesia announced 103 new cases, bringing the total number to 893.
    • Researchers have estimated that there could be tens of thousands of hidden infections across the country.[96]
    • 40 tonnes of medical equipment from China transported to Jakarta.[97]
  • 28 March
    • Indonesia announced 109 more cases, bringing the total number to 1,155.[citation needed]
    • A number of cities decided to issue local lockdowns, such as the city of Tegal[102] in Central Java and the province of Papua.[103]
    • Indonesia AirAsia suspends all flights from 1 April until at least 21 April for domestic flights and 17 May for international flights.[104]
  • 30 March
    • Indonesia confirmed 129 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,414.
    • Jokowi orders large-scale social restrictions coupled with 'civil emergency' policies.[106]
  • 31 March
    • Indonesia confirmed 114 new cases, 1,528 in total.
    • President Joko Widodo declared public health emergency and invoked the police to enforce large-scale social distancing policy,[107] in addition to allocate IDR 405 trillion for eradication of COVID-19 and cushioning of social and economical effects due to the pandemic, and announced stimulus for the low-middle class society.[108][109]

AprilEdit

  • 2 April
    • Indonesia confirmed 113 new cases, 1,790 in total.[citation needed]
    • Indonesia has now banned foreigners from entering its border. Its citizens returning from abroad have to provide health report and do compulsory self-quarantine.[112]
    • Indonesia's Justice and Human Rights Ministry will release more than 30,000 prisoners to avoid mass coronavirus infections in Indonesia's overcrowded jails. It received a lot of critics especially for those who did corruption. However, it was declared that they will not release prisoners convicted for corruption, illegal logging, terrorism, drug crimes, gross human rights crimes or transnational organized crimes.[113]
  • 3 April – Indonesia confirmed 196 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,986.
  • 4 April – Indonesia announced 106 new cases, 2,092 in total.[114]
  • 5 April – Indonesia confirmed 181 new cases, bringing the total number to 2,273.[citation needed]
  • 6 April
    • Indonesia had tested 11,242 specimens, in which 8,000 were negative.[115]
    • Indonesia announced 218 additional cases, 2,491 in total.[116]
  • 7 April
    • Indonesia confirmed 247 new cases, 2,738 in total.
    • The Jakarta administration has revealed it has buried 639 people according to the protocols for burial of people either suspected of or confirmed as having been infected with COVID-19.[117]
    • Application for large-scale social restrictions in Jakarta province is approved and will start from 10 April until 24 April and can be extended for 14 days after last COVID-19 case. The ministry wrote in a ministerial decree that data had shown a significant increase in, and a rapid spread of, COVID-19 cases, accompanied by evidence of local transmission in Jakarta.[118][119][120]
    • Only 36 in every million people are being tested for the coronavirus in Indonesia, making it the fourth worst in testing rate among countries with a 50 million population or above. [121]
  • 8 April – Indonesia confirmed 218 new cases, bringing the total number to 2,956
  • 9 April
    • Indonesia announced 337 additional cases, 3,293 in total.
    • Gorontalo announced its first case. By 9 April night, cases have been confirmed in all provinces in Indonesia.[122]
    • The Public Works and Public Housing Ministry prepared three additional towers (tower 2, 4, and 5) at Wisma Atlet makeshift hospital to add COVID-19 patient rooms and provide a decent place for doctors and paramedics who work 24 hours. [123]
    • Online ride-hailing company Gojek and digital healthcare company Halodoc were set to hold free rapid tests to detect the coronavirus (COVID-19) for the public as initial screenings.[124]
  • 10 April
    • Indonesia confirmed 219 new cases, 3,512 in total.
    • Online ride-hailing companies, GoJek and Grab, no longer provide motorcycle taxi (ojek) service on its apps as Jakarta starts imposing the large-scale social restriction policy. [125]
    • Indonesia had tested 19,500 specimens based on Polymerase Chain Reaction method.[126]
  • 11 April
    • Indonesia announced 330 new cases, bringing the total number to 3,842.
    • Preemployment card was launched to help those who are in economy difficulty due to the pandemic.
  • 12 April
    • Indonesia had tested 27,000 specimens.[127]
    • Large-scale social restrictions will be in effect in Depok municipality, Bogor municipality and regency, and Bekasi municipality and regency, all in West Java province, from 15 April for at least two weeks.[128]
    • Indonesia announced 399 additional cases. The total number now is 4,241.
  • 13 April
    • Indonesia confirmed 316 new cases, 4,557 in total.
    • Application for a large-scale social restriction in Tangerang municipality & regency and South Tangerang municipality in Banten province was approved and will be effective starting from Saturday, 18 April. This means the social restriction will encompass all of Jakarta metropolitan area. [129]
    • Application for a large-scale social restriction in Pekanbaru, Riau was approved and will be in effect from Friday, 17 April. Curfew is in effect from 20:00 to 05:00. [130]
    • President Joko Widodo declared COVID-19 as a national disaster.[131]
  • 14 April
    • Indonesia announced 282 additional cases, bringing the total number to 4,839.
    • For the first time ever, Indonesia published the number of COVID-19 suspects. As of 14 April, there are 139,137 people under monitoring (ODP) and 10,482 patients under supervision (PDP). [132]
  • 15 April
    • At least 36,431 specimens from 33,001 people have been tested so far. There are 165,549 people under monitoring (ODP) and 11,165 patients under supervision (PDP) from 196 municipalities and regencies.[citation needed]
    • Indonesia announced 297 additional cases, bringing the total number to 5,136.[citation needed]
  • 16 April
    • Indonesia announced 380 new cases, 5,516 in total from 202 municipalities and regencies. For the first time ever, the number of recoveries exceeded the total number of deaths.
    • In addition, 169.446 people are under monitoring and 11,873 patients are under supervision. 39,706 specimens have been tested so far.[133]
    • 46 medical staffs in dr.Kariadi Hospital in Semarang have been tested positive for COVID-19 infection. They are currently put under isolation in Kesambi Hijau Hotel.[134]
  • 18 April
    • At least 45,000 specimens from 39,000 people have been tested in 34 laboratories so far. There are 176,344 people under monitoring (ODP) and 12,979 patients under supervision (PDP).[citation needed]
    • Indonesia confirmed 325 additional cases, 6,248 in total.[citation needed]
  • 19 April
    • At least 47,000 specimens from 42,000 people have been tested in 35 laboratories so far. There are at least 178,883 people under monitoring (ODP) and 15,646 patients under supervision (PDP) from 250 municipalities and regencies.[citation needed]
    • Indonesia confirmed 327 additional cases, bringing the total number to 6,575.[citation needed]
  • 20 April
    • 49,767 specimens from 43,749 people have been tested in 36 laboratories so far. There are 181,770 people under monitoring (ODP) and 16,343 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 185 additional cases, bringing the total number to 6,760.[citation needed]
  • 21 April
    • Joko Widodo announced his decision to ban the Idul Fitri mudik (exodus) starting from April 24 to curb the spread of COVID-19 ahead of Ramadan. [136]
    • 53,701 specimens from 46,173 people have been tested in 37 laboratories so far. There are 186,330 people under monitoring (ODP) and 16,763 patients under supervision (PDP) from 257 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 375 additional cases, 7,135 in total.
  • 22 April
    • At least 55,000 specimens from 47,000 people have been tested in 38 laboratories so far. There are 193,751 people under monitoring (ODP) and 17,754 patients under supervision (PDP) from 263 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 283 additional cases, bringing the total number to 7,418.
    • Large-scale social restrictions in Jakarta is extended for one month until 22 May.[137]
  • 23 April
    • 59,935 specimens from 48,647 people have been tested in 43 laboratories so far. There are 195,948 people under monitoring (ODP) and 18,283 patients under supervision (PDP) from 267 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia announced 357 new cases, 7,775 in total.
    • A new cluster is identified in Magetan Regency, East Java after at least 40 students from Temboro religious school are reactive to a COVID-19 rapid test. Subsequently, at least 60 positive cases are identified from this cluster all across Indonesia and other countries.[138]
  • 24 April
    • Indonesia bans intercity bus travel until 31 May, commercial and charter flights until 1 June, sea transportation until 8 June, and long-distance passenger trains until 15 June.[139][140] Private transportations are not allowed to leave areas where at least one COVID-19 case was confirmed. However, toll roads and national roads remain open for freight traffic. [141]
    • 64,054 specimens from 50,563 people have been tested in 45 laboratories so far. There are 197,951 people under monitoring (ODP) and 18,031 patients under supervision (PDP) from 273 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia announced 436 new cases, bringing the total number to 8,211.
  • 25 April
    • At least 67,000 specimens from 52,000 people have been tested in 45 laboratories so far. There are 206,911 people under monitoring (ODP) and 19,084 patients under supervision (PDP) from 280 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia announced 396 additional cases, 8,607 in total.
    • Governor of West Java Ridwan Kamil announces ability of state-owned PT Biofarma to produce 50,000 PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test kits per week. [142]
  • 26 April
    • At least 72,000 specimens from 56,974 people have been tested in 46 laboratories so far. There are 209,040 people under monitoring (ODP) and 19,648 patients under supervision (PDP) from 282 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia announced 275 additional cases, bringing the total number to 8,882.
  • 27 April
    • Head of Coronavirus Disease Mitigation Acceleration Task Force Doni Monardo announced that the number of new cases in Jakarta has flattened thanks to the implementation of large-scale social restriction.[143]
    • Spokesman of Coronavirus Disease Mitigation Acceleration Task Force Achmad Yurianto announced further details of the COVID-19 death statistics. Age ranges from 41 to over 60, most with co-morbid illness such as hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular and lung diseases.
    • At least 75,157 specimens from 59,409 people have been tested in 46 laboratories so far. There are 210,199 people under monitoring (ODP) and 19,987 patients under supervision (PDP) from 288 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia announced 214 additional cases, 9,096 in total, 7,180 of which are currently under treatment.
    • Passenger traffic on the ferry service between Merak in Java Island and Bakauheni in Sumatra is temporarily banned until 31 May. Freight traffic is still allowed to cross. [144]
  • 28 April
    • 79,618 specimens from 62,544 people have been tested in 46 laboratories so far. There are 213,644 people under monitoring (ODP) and 20,428 patients under supervision (PDP) from 297 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 415 new cases, bringing the total number to 9,511.
    • Spokesman of Coronavirus Disease Mitigation Acceleration Task Force Achmad Yurianto announced further details of the age range of deceased cases. Of the 773 deaths recorded so far on this day, 351 are patients ages 30 to 59, followed by 302 patients ages 60 to 79. Patients above 80 years old make up 27 of the cases and 34 deaths are recorded from patients under the age of 30. [145]
  • 29 April
    • 86,985 specimens from 67,784 people have been tested in 89 laboratories so far. There are 221,750 people under monitoring (ODP) and 21,653 patients under supervision (PDP) from 297 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia announced 260 new cases, 9,771 in total, 7,596 of which are under treatment. 137 patients have recovered.
  • 30 April
    • 94,599 specimens from 72,531 people have been tested in 89 laboratories so far. There are 230,411 people under monitoring (ODP) and 21,827 patients under supervision (PDP) from 310 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 347 new cases, bringing the total number to 10,118. 131 new recoveries and 8 new deaths were also recorded. Thus, number of active cases now is 7,804.

MayEdit

  • 1 May
    • 102,305 specimens from 76,538 people have been tested in 89 laboratories so far. There are 233,120 people under monitoring (ODP) and 22,123 patients under supervision (PDP) from 318 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 433 new cases, bringing the total number to 10,551. 69 recoveries and 8 deaths were also recorded. 58 percent of positive cases and 66 percent of deaths are male.
    • A new COVID-19 cluster is identified in Surabaya, East Java after at least 36 employees of the cigarette factory Sampoerna is positively diagnosed.[146] As of 3 May, the number of positive cases increased to 66.[147]
  • 2 May
    • 107,943 specimens from 79,868 people have been tested in 89 laboratories so far. There are 235,035 people under monitoring (ODP) and 22,545 patients under supervision (PDP) from 321 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 292 new cases, bringing the total number to 10,843. 74 recoveries and 31 deaths were also recorded.
    • A village in Bangli Regency, Bali is isolated after at least 400 of its residents are reactive to a COVID-19 rapid test. [148]
  • 3 May
    • 112,965 specimens from 83,012 people have been tested in 89 laboratories so far. There are 236,369 people under monitoring (ODP) and 23,130 patients under supervision (PDP) from 326 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 349 new cases, bringing the total number to 11,192. 211 patients have recovered, and 14 deaths.
    • Three passengers of the commuter line at Bogor train station are diagnosed positive with COVID-19 after a random PCR test.[149]
  • 4 May
    • 116,861 specimens from 86,061 people have been tested in 89 laboratories so far. There are 238,178 people under monitoring (ODP) and 24,020 patients under supervision (PDP) from 326 municipalities and regencies. Almost 200,000 of the people under monitoring are cleared.
    • Indonesia confirmed 395 new cases, bringing the total number to 11,587. 78 people have recovered, and 19 deaths.
  • 5 May
    • 121,547 specimens from 88,924 people have been tested in 89 laboratories so far. There are 239,226 people under monitoring (ODP) and 26,408 patients under supervision (PDP) from 335 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 484 new cases, bringing the total number to 12,071. 243 people have recovered. and 8 deaths. [150]
  • 6 May
    • 128,383 specimens from 92,976 people have been tested in 89 laboratories so far. There are 240,726 people under monitoring (ODP) and 26,932 patients under supervision (PDP) from 350 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 367 new cases, bringing the total number to 12,438. 120 patients have recovered, and 23 deaths.
    • A new COVID-19 cluster is identified in Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta after 57 employees of Indogrosir wholesale market are reactive to a COVID-19 rapid test.[151]
    • After a random PCR test on 300 passengers of the commuter line at Bekasi train station, three are diagnosed positive.[152]
  • 7 May
    • The Ministry of Transportation allows intercity transportation to resume operation when transporting passengers for essential business, repatriation, or governmental purposes, but not mudik.[153]
    • 134,151 specimens from 96,717 people have been tested so far. There are 243,455 people under monitoring (ODP) and 28,508 patients under supervision (PDP) from 354 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 338 new cases, bringing the total number to 12,776. 64 people have recovered, and 35 deaths.
    • Pasar Raya Market in Padang, West Sumatra is closed after 44 of its vendors are positively diagnosed with COVID-19 and at least 1,000 of its vendors are tested.[154]
  • 8 May
    • 143,781 specimens from 103,361 people have been tested, 143,453 of which using real time PCR and 328 using molecular rapid test. Cumulatively, there are 244,480 people under monitoring (ODP) and 29,087 patients under supervision (PDP) from 356 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 336 new cases, bringing the total number to 13,112. 113 patients have recovered while 13 patients deceased.
  • 9 May
    • 150,887 specimens from 108,699 people have been tested, 150,493 of which using real time PCR and 394 using molecular rapid test. Cumulatively, there are 246,847 people under monitoring (ODP) and 29,690 patients under supervision (PDP) from 370 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 533 new cases, bringing the total number to 13,645. 113 patients have recovered while 16 patients deceased.
  • 10 May
    • 158,273 specimens from 113,452 people have been tested, 157,769 of which using real time PCR and 504 using molecular rapid test. Cumulatively, there are 248,690 people under monitoring (ODP) and 30,317 patients under supervision (PDP) from 373 municipalities and regencies.
    • Indonesia confirmed 387 new cases, bringing the total number to 14,032. 91 patients have recovered while 14 patients deceased.
  • 11 May
    • 161,351 specimens from 116,358 people have been tested. Cumulatively, there are 249,105 people under monitoring (ODP) and 31,994 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 233 new cases, bringing the total number to 14,265. 183 patients have recovered while 18 patients deceased. 373 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 12 May
    • 165,128 specimens from 119,728 people have been tested. Cumulatively, there are 251,861 people under monitoring (ODP) and 32,147 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 484 new cases, bringing the total number to 14,749. 182 patients have recovered while 16 patients deceased. 376 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 13 May
    • 169,195 specimens from 123,572 people have been tested. Cumulatively, there are 256,299 people under monitoring (ODP) and 33,042 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 689 new cases, bringing the total number to 15,438. 224 patients have recovered while 21 patients deceased. 379 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 14 May
    • 173,690 specimens from 127,813 people have been tested. Cumulatively, there are 258,639 people under monitoring (ODP) and 33,672 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 568 new cases, bringing the total number to 16,006. 231 patients have recovered while 15 patients deceased. 382 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 15 May
    • 178,602 specimens from 132,060 people have been tested. Cumulatively, there are 262,919 people under monitoring (ODP) and 34,360 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 490 new cases, bringing the total number to 16,496. 285 patients have recovered, the highest single-day recovery so far, while 33 patients deceased. 383 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 16 May
    • 182,818 specimens from 135,726 people have been tested. Cumulatively, there are 269,449 people under monitoring (ODP) and 35,069 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 529 new cases, bringing the total number to 17,025. 108 patients have recovered, while 13 patients deceased. 386 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 17 May
    • 187,965 specimens from 140,473 people have been tested. Cumulatively, there are 270,876 people under monitoring (ODP) and 35,800 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 489 new cases, bringing the total number to 17,514. 218 patients have recovered, while 59 patients deceased. 387 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 18 May
    • 190,660 specimens from 143,035 people have been tested. Currently, there are 45,047 people under monitoring (ODP) and 11,422 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 496 new cases, bringing the total number to 18,010. 195 patients have recovered, while 43 patients deceased. 389 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 19 May
    • 202,936 specimens from 147,799 people have been tested. Currently, there are 45,300 people under monitoring (ODP) and 11,891 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 486 new cases, bringing the total number to 18,596. 143 patients have recovered, while 30 patients deceased. 390 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 20 May
    • 211,883 specimens have been tested. Currently, there are 44,703 people under monitoring (ODP) and 11,705 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 693 new cases, bringing the total number to 19,189. 108 patients have recovered, while 21 patients deceased. 391 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 21 May
    • 219,975 specimens have been tested. Currently, there are 50,187 people under monitoring (ODP) and 11,066 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 973 new cases, the most new cases in a single day to date, bringing the total number to 20,162. 263 patients have recovered, while 36 patients deceased. 392 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
    • 502 new cases were confirmed in East Java alone, the most new cases recorded in a single day in one province.
  • 22 May
    • 229,334 specimens have been tested. Currently, there are 47,150 people under monitoring (ODP) and 11,028 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 634 new cases, bringing the total number to 20,796. 219 patients have recovered, making the total recovery of 5,057. 48 patients deceased, bringing the tally to 1,326. 395 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
    • Jakarta became the first province to hit 500 deaths.
  • 23 May
    • 239,740 specimens have been tested. Currently, there are 49,958 people under monitoring (ODP) and 11,495 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 949 new cases, bringing the total number to 21,745. 192 patients have recovered, making the total recovery of 5,249. 25 patients deceased, bringing the tally to 1,351. 399 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 24 May
    • 248,455 specimens have been tested. Currently, there are 42,551 people under monitoring (ODP) and 11,389 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 526 new cases, bringing the total number to 22,271. 153 patients have recovered, making the total recovery of 5,402. 21 patients deceased, bringing the tally to 1,372. 404 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 25 May
    • 256,946 specimens have been tested. Currently, there are 49,361 people under monitoring (ODP) and 12,342 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 479 new cases, bringing the total number to 22,750. 240 patients have recovered, making the total recovery of 5,642. 19 patients deceased, bringing the tally to 1,391. 405 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.
  • 26 May
    • 264,098 specimens have been tested. Currently, there are 65,748 people under monitoring (ODP) and 12,022 patients under supervision (PDP).
    • Indonesia confirmed 415 new cases, bringing the total number to 23,165. 235 patients have recovered, making the total recovery of 5,877. 27 patients deceased, bringing the tally to 1,418. 406 municipalities and regencies have reported at least one positive case.

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