Indonesia Breaks World Records for COVID-19 Deaths

Indonesia has the world’s highest death rate from COVID-19

This week in Indonesia, 1,400 people per day were dying from the coronavirus. WHO is urging the country to impose strict restrictions.

WHO called on Indonesia to tighten quarantine restrictions – the country leads the world in the daily number of deaths from coronavirus. About it informs Reuters Thursday 22 July.

Indonesia has become one of the epicenters of the pandemic this week. More than 1.4 thousand people died from COVID-19 every day in the country. At the same time, over the past five weeks, the number of detected cases of COVID-19 has jumped five times.

In response to the current situation, WHO called on Indonesia for “urgent action” to address the problem, namely, a sharp increase in the number of infections in 13 of 34 provinces.

“At this time, Indonesia is facing a very high level of COVID-19 infection, and this demonstrates the importance of implementing strict measures in the field of health and social security, especially restrictions on movement throughout the country,” it said.

We will remind that earlier the WHO said that the world is more and more moves away from the end of the pandemic COVID-19. Over the past week, the number of new cases of coronavirus infection in the world has increased by 11.5%.

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