denpasar bali now a low risk of covid green zone
The Denpasar Covid-19 Task Force official announced that all of Denpasar, Bali is now in the green zone and has a low risk of COVID-19 transmission.
Spokesman for the Denpasar Covid-19 Task Force I Dewa Gede Rai confirmed that the entire Denpasar City area was finally designated a green zone for the first time since the pandemic began, first hitting in March 2020.
Covid-19 transmission has decreased significantly as of Tuesday (23/11), with an average of 2 active Covid-19 cases in each village with a total of 43 villages in Denpasar City.
Of the total 11 villages in East Denpasar District, 3 villages recorded 3 active cases. In 11 villages in North Denpasar District, 5 villages recorded 6 active cases, while in West and South Denpasar Districts there were 6 and 3 active cases of Covid-19. "A total of 27 villages in Denpasar have not recorded active cases to date." said Dewa Rai, Tuesday (23/11).
However, this is a positive achievement related to the handling of Covid-19 in Denpasar, but Dewa Rai still reminds the public to continue to adhere to the prevention protocol so that there will be no further increase in Covid-19 cases in Denpasar. He also explained that all active Covid-19 patients are currently undergoing quarantine during the recovery period.
“The rest of the Covid-19 patients are still in isolation, and we really hope that the situation will continue to improve like that. concluded Dewa Rai.