Sudden Corona spike in Indonesia, More than 800 new COVID-19 cases in a day

The government has decided to evaluate its four-stage corona restrictions every week instead of every two weeks as cases of the Omicron variant are increasing rapidly.

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Updated on: 2022-01-17T17:42:27+05:30
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New Delhi: The crisis of the covid-19 pandemic around the world is deepening day by day. The cases are increasing rapidly after the arrival of the Omicron variant. At the same time, the situation in Indonesia is deteriorating day by day. On Sunday, 855 new cases of corona virus were reported, due to which the number of infected in the country has increased to 4,271,649. This information was given by the Ministry of Health of the country.

Corona in Indonesia:

The government has decided to evaluate its four-stage corona restrictions every week instead of every two weeks as cases of the Omicron variant are increasing rapidly in the archipelago country, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, the Coordinating Minister of Maritime and Investment Affairs, said in a virtual press conference.


No death has been reported from the Omicron variant in the country so far, he said. He further suggested that companies are implementing a two-week work-from-home policy. So that increasing cases can be stopped.

Vaccination process accelerated

Indonesia's government is accelerating its national vaccination programs to prevent the spread of the corona virus, with more than 176.3 million people given the first dose of vaccines, while more than 11974 million people have been given the second dose .

With the goal of fully immunizing 2082 million people in the country, the Indonesian government has given more than 29738 million doses, including a third booster dose.

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