164,023,683 people fully vaccinated against COVID-19: ministry

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The Ministry of Health has reported that 164,023,683 Indonesians have received the complete dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of Monday.

According to a press statement released by the ministry, the total number of citizens who have received the two vaccine doses increased by 69,653 on Monday.

The number of first dose recipients climbed up by 46,039. Hence, the total number of recipients stood at 198,946,361.

The ministry also noted that the number of third dose recipients increased by 159,988, taking the total to 35,165,470.

In addition to announcing the latest data on first, second, and third dose vaccine recipients, the ministry also published the vaccination target of 208,265,720 people.

Further, on Monday, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Indonesia jumped by 317.

The province that contributed the most cases was Jakarta, with 101 cases.

West Java and Banten were next, with 54 and 33 additional cases, respectively.

They were followed by Central Java and East Java, each of which added 25 cases.

Meanwhile, the number of patients who recovered from COVID-19 increased by 4,664 nationwide.

The highest number of recovered patients was recorded in West Java at 3,320.

This was followed by West Java with 255 recoveries, Central Java with 251 recoveries, Gorontalo with 175 recoveries, and Banten with 159 recoveries.

Meanwhile, the number of patients who died of COVID-19 increased by 33.

East Java recorded the highest number of fatalities at 9.

Nationally, the number of active cases declined by 4,380, taking the total number to 13,251.

The number of specimens examined stood at 119,757, with the positivity rate recorded at 0.68 percent.

Source: Antara News