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Image: Bali Covid-19. Credit: ST

After 19 consecutive days of new positive COVID-19 cases, Bali received some good news last night.  It was announced at the nightly press conference that there were no new cases on Bali during the previous 24 hours. That is the first time there has been zero new cases since testing began.

Bali has so far handled 215 positive COVID-19 cases and even more encouraging, patients recovering continues to grow. Eight more patients recovered from the virus as of yesterday taking the previous 88 people to 96 fully recovered.

According to the head of the Bali COVID-19 Task Force, Dewa Made Indra, the growing number of patients who have recovered has added to the belief that the island could be cured of the disease. There are still 115 cases treated in 10 referral hospitals and quarantine sites provided by the provincial government of Bali.

From the 215 positive cases, there are eight foreigners and 207 Indonesian citizens.

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  • ronald carter

    That’s great news I’ve got my bag packed. Thank you Ron

  • Novia

    Alhamdulillah. Wish will stand still. Pray to everyone whos got infected here in bali and all around the world. May the virus gone forever

  • BaliRob

    Wonderful news – the locals have been wonderful in Sanur – especially the food malls – and have courageously come to work each day with smiles on their faces – and everyone else of course – I salute you all.

  • Peter

    It wold be good to know the name of the Hospitals in Bali taking care of patients that have COVID-19.

    • Francis Church

      Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.

    • fred gerritsen

      What about Bangli?

    • Andy

      Pete, what you gonna do mate..go round each night and make a head count?

  • Shari

    That’s great news.

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