January 5, 2021, 01.31 PM

KULON PROGO, KOMPAS.com – A 90-year-old Indonesian woman recovered from Covid-19 after she received treatment in a hospital and had self-isolation in Kulon Progo, Yogyakarta.
The elderly woman along with 33 other people who have tested positive for the coronavirus is now cured.

“Today, 34 people have recovered after undergoing self-isolation. One of them is case 693 [confirmed case],” said Baning Rahayujati, a spokesperson for the Covid-19 Task Force in Kulon Progo, on Monday, January 4.

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The elderly woman was diagnosed at Nyi Ageng Serang Hospital (RSNAS) on December 17. The case was related to case 850 and case 865 in Kulon Progo.

After receiving treatment in the hospital, the elderly woman was also self-isolating for 10 days.

“She has completed the 10-day isolation and has no symptoms for more than three days without swab tests,” Baning said.

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The Covid-19 Task Force in Kulon Progo recorded 751 people have recovered, while 14 people are still receiving treatment at the hospital and 294 others are self-isolating.

The number of deaths reached 18. Of this number, 15 were aged 51 to 80 years old, while three others were under the age of 50.

(Writer: Dani Julius Zebua | Editor: Teuku Muhammad Valdy Arief)

Source: https://regional.kompas.com/read/2021/01/04/09112111/nenek-90-tahun-di-kulon-progo-dinyatakan-sembuh-dari-covid-19?page=2.


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