Several Provinces Successfully Recorded 0 New Covid-19 Cases


The Government of Indonesia is gradually starting to control the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Although it has not completely disappeared, the spread of that virus in Indonesia shows a low trend. Even, several provinces have recorded 0 cases.

From the data from the Covid-19 Handling Task Force, only 279 confirmed cases were recorded on Saturday (28/5/2022).

This figure is up from last Friday which recorded 224 cases. However, the trend is still relatively low and under control.

With these additions, today the total number of confirmed cases reached 6,054,173 people.

While active cases reached 2,972 people, an increase of 23 people.

The number of people who recovered from Covid-19 increased by 248 people to 5,894,628, and cases died 156,573 or an increase of 8 people.

Furthermore, the DKI Jakarta Region still recorded the largest contributor to Covid-19 cases from all provinces. Even though several provinces have recorded 0 cases.

DKI Jakarta Province is still the largest contributor with a score of 104 cases, followed by West Java with 43 cases, Banten with 26 cases, Yogyakarta D.I with 24 cases, and East Java with 23 cases.

Some provinces that have recorded case 0 include:

  1. Aceh
  2. South Sumatra
  3. Bengkulu
  4. Bangka Belitung
  5. West Kalimantan
  6. North Kalimantan
  7. North Sulawesi
  8. Gorontalo
  9. West Sulawesi
  10. Maluku

National Vaccination Coverage

The population of Indonesia who has received the third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as a booster has now reached 45,206,181 after 171,746 people underwent the third vaccination today, based on data compiled by the COVID-19 Task Force.

Meanwhile, the recipients of the second dose increased by 66,252 people to a total of 167,264,389 people who have carried out the second vaccination process, according to data received in Jakarta, Saturday.

The COVID-19 Handling Task Force also reported that 200,163,526 Indonesians had received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. This figure shows an increase of 50,664 people who have undergone the first vaccination compared to last Friday (27/5).

Previously, the government targeted 208,265,720 Indonesians to undergo COVID-19 vaccination to get communal immunity or herd immunity from the disease.