Indonesia’s daily COVID-19 cases added 11,287 infections on Sunday, taking the total tally to 907,929, according to data from the Task Force for COVID-19 Handling.

With 9,102 people recovering from the virus in 24 hours, the total recoveries reached 736,460.

Meanwhile, 220 people succumbed to the virus, taking the death toll to 25,987, the task force reported here on Sunday. In the last 24 hours, 46,138 specimens were examined, bringing the total number of examined specimens to 8,315,839.

At present, Indonesia has 73,243 suspected COVID-19 patients across the country.
Provinces reporting the highest number of new cases on Sunday included Jakarta, with 3,395 cases; followed by Central Java (1,855); West Java (1,491); East Java (974 cases); South Sulawesi (674); East Kalimantan (454), Banten (283), and Yogyakarta (277).

Jakarta has registered a total of 227,365 cases and 201,669 recoveries, while East Java has the highest number of deaths, at 6,890.

Restrictions are to be tightened in Jakarta and its adjoining areas, including Bogor City, Bogor District, Depok, Bekasi City, and Bekasi’s districts, the minister noted, as well as partly in Banten, West Java, Central Java, East Java, Yogyakarta and Bali Provinces.