Corona virus cases in Southeast Asia reached 14.1 thousand cases until Tuesday (7/4) morning, or fill up about one percent of the total cases in the world. The number is dominated by Malaysia and the Philippines, each with 3.8 thousand cases and 3.7 thousand cases.
Cases of dengue fever or DHF in Bali are increasing amid the pandemic outbreak of Covid-19.
Even based on data from the Provincial Health Office (Diskes) of Bali, dengue cases in Bali rose by more than 100 percent.
Of all the Tabanan cases, 84; Karangasem 70 cases, Klungkung 69 cases, Bangli 65 cases, and the lowest is Jembrana Regency with 40 cases. Buleleng ranks first in most cases with 426 cases.
Then followed by Badung 257; Third is Gianyar 221 and fourth is Denpasar with 201 cases.
The increase in dengue cases in Bali is caused by erratic weather changes. “Sometimes the rain sometimes is hot, it also affects. “So we expect the community to increase the mosquito breeding eradication movement (PSN) through 3M (draining, closing, and burying) and the movement of one jumantik house (larvae monitor),” he said.
For the crona update itself, Indonesia is currently ranked third with almost 2.5 thousand cases. Thailand and Singapore also recorded thousands of positive cases of Covid-19, which were 2.2 thousand cases and 1.4 thousand cases.