Tuesday, February 23, 2021

UPDATE: Add 2 in 2 Countries, Total 3,253 Indonesian Citizens Exposed to Covid-19 Abroad Page all


JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs noted that there were 3,253 Indonesian citizens (WNI) who were exposed to Covid-19 abroad until Monday (22/2/2021) at 08.00 WIB.

In the last 24 hours, there have been the addition of two new cases of Covid-19 which have spread across two countries.

“Additional Indonesian citizens have been confirmed with Covid-19 in Kuwait and Taiwan,” wrote the Foreign Ministry on its official Twitter account, Monday.

If detailed, the addition of the two new cases, namely one in Kuwait and one in Taiwan.

In addition, there were no additional Indonesian citizens who recovered or died due to Covid-19 abroad.

Overall, 2,344 people who tested positive for Covid-19 were cured or 72 percent of the total cases.

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Until now, a total of 171 patients died and 738 people are still being treated.

The following is the data on the distribution of 3,253 Indonesian citizens who have been confirmed as Covid-19 abroad until February 22:

1. Albania: 1 WNI (stabil)
2. Aljazair: 12 WNI (sembuh)
3. Saudi Arabia: 270 Indonesian citizens (89 recovered, 80 stable, 101 died)
4. United States: 188 Indonesians (137 recovered, 26 stable, 25 died)
5. Australia: 11 Indonesians (10 recovered, 1 stable)

6. Austria: 3 Indonesians (2 recovered, 1 stable)
7. Azerbaijan: 15 Citizens (11 recovered, 4 stable)
8. Bahamas: 1 Citizen (cured)
9. Bahrain: 35 (recovered)
10. Bangladesh: 6 Citizens (5 recovered, 1 stable)

11. The Netherlands: 27 Indonesians (21 recovered, 1 stable, 5 died)
12. Belgium: 11 Indonesians (6 recovered, 5 stable)
13. Bosnia and Herzegovina: 3 Citizens (cured)
14. Brunei Darussalam: 8 Indonesian citizens (7 recovered, 1 stable)
15. Czech: 8 Indonesians (2 recovered, 6 stable)

16. Chile: 1 WNI (stabil)
17. Denmark: 5 Indonesians (2 recovered, 3 stable)
18. Ecuador: 1 Indonesian citizen (recovered)
19. Philippines: 33 Citizens (cured)
20. Ethiopia: 6 Indonesians (recovered)

21. Finland: 3 Indonesians (2 recovered, 1 stable)
22. Ghana: 1 Citizen (deceased)
23. Hungary: 22 Indonesians (21 recovered, 1 stable)
24. India: 75 Indonesians (recovered)
25. England: 105 Indonesians (96 recovered, 3 stable, 6 died)

26. Ireland: 2 Indonesians (recovered)
27. Italy: 27 Indonesians (26 recovered, 1 stable)
28. Japan: 35 Indonesians (4 recovered, 31 stable)
29. Germany: 36 Indonesians (11 recovered, 22 stable, 3 died)
30. Cambodia: 5 Indonesians (2 recovered, 3 stable)

31. Canada: 10 Indonesians (7 recovered, 3 stable)
32.Kazakhstan: 5 WNI (sembuh)
33.South Korea: 166 Indonesians (143 recovered, 23 stable)
34. Cuba: 2 Indonesians (1 recovered, 1 stable)
35. Kuwait: 184 Indonesians (173 recovered, 6 stable, 5 died)

36. Lebanon: 1 WNI (stabil)
37. Libya: 1 Indonesian citizen (died)
38. Madagaskar: 1 WNI (stabil)
39. Malaysia: 168 Citizens (52 recovered, 114 stable, 2 died)
40.Maldives: 22 Indonesians (9 recovered, 12 stable, 1 died)

41. Mexico: 3 Indonesians (1 recovered, 2 stable)
42. Egypt: 38 Indonesians (30 recovered, 8 stable)
43. North Macedonia: 2 Indonesians (1 recovered, 1 stable)
44. Mozambik: 1 WNI (stabil)
45. Myanmar: 2 Indonesians (recovered)

46. ​​Namibia: 1 Indonesian citizen (recovered)
47. Nigeria: 2 Citizens (recovered)
48. Oman: 20 Citizens (2 recovered, 18 stable)
49. Pakistan: 34 Indonesians (33 recovered, 1 stable)
50. UAE: 107 Indonesian citizens (97 recovered, 5 stable, 5 died)

51. France: 4 Indonesians (3 recovered, 1 stable)
52. Poland: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
53. Portugal: 15 WNI (stabil)
54. Panama: 1 WNI (stabil)
55. Qatar: 250 Indonesians (221 recovered, 28 stable, 1 died)

56. RRT (China) : 1 WNI (sembuh)
57. RRT (Macau): 3 Citizens (recovered)
58. RRT (Hong Kong): 202 Citizens (195 recovered, 7 stable)
59. Russia: 32 Indonesians (31 recovered, 1 stable)
60. Romania: 12 Indonesians (recovered)

61. Singapore: 281 Indonesians (222 recovered, 57 stable, 2 died)
62. Slovenia: 2 Citizens (cured)
63. Serbia: 2 WNI (stabil)
64. Cyprus: 1 Indonesian citizen (recovered)
65. Spain: 31 Indonesians (28 recovered, 2 stable, 1 died)

66. Sri Lanka: 4 Indonesians (3 Healed, 1 stable)
67. Sudan: 21 Indonesians (recovered)
68. Syria: 37 Indonesians (35 recovered, 2 stable)
69. Sweden: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
70. Suriname: 3 Indonesians (recovered)

71. Swiss: 3 WNI (stabil)
72. Taiwan: 168 Citizens (33 recovered, 135 stable)
73. Thailand: 3 Indonesians (1 recovered, 2 stable)
74. Timor Leste: 3 Indonesians (1 recovered, 2 stable)
75. Tunisia: 14 WNI (stabil)

76. Turkey: 133 Indonesian citizens (90 recovered, 39 stable, 4 died)
77. Uzbekistan: 19 Indonesians (18 recovered, 1 died)
78. Vatican: 27 Indonesians (23 recovered, 4 stable)
79. Vietnam: 1 WNI (stabil)
80. Jordan: 53 Indonesians (37 recovered, 15 stable, 1 died)

81. Cruise ships: 199 Indonesian citizens (179 recovered, 14 stable, 6 died



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