The positive Corona in Riau has increased again after 4 days of zero new cases. Today, there are 6 new cases confirmed so that in total there are 117 positive cases of Corona in Riau. "Today in Riau Province, there were 6 positive cases of COVID-19 added. The good news is that there were 4 positive patients who were cured. In total there were 117 positive cases, 27 were treated, 84 were healthy and were discharged and 6 died," said Kadinkes Riau, Mimi Yuliani Nazir, told reporters on Friday (05/29/2020).
Mimi explained that there were 92 patients treated for PDP, PDP was negative and 1,103 were discharged. In addition, there were 152 PDP people who died. "ODP in monitoring totaled 6,808 people, ODP has completed monitoring totaling 60,728 people," Mimi said. The 6 new positive patients are all residents of the Meranti Islands Regency. Patients positive initials A (39), MJ (13), M (41), N (57), R (63) and SN (17). "The good news today, the addition of 4 patients who were declared cured, namely KS (20), YG (23), MRH (9) who are citizens of Bengkalis Regency. ZMI (19) who is a resident of Indragiri Hulu Regency," said Mimi. "To this day, the Biomolecular Laboratory of Arifin Achmad Hospital has received 5,879 specimens and has examined 3,391 specimens. Finally, we urge the public to remain calm and increase vigilance. Carry out physical restrictions," continued Mimi. The number of positive cases of Corona also increased in North Sumatra (North Sumatra). To date, there are 400 positive cases of Corona in North Sumatra. "Corona positive patients from the PCR totaled 400 people," said North Sumatra COVID-19 Task Force spokesman Aris Yudhariansyah. Aris said that the number had increased by 38 people from the previous day. On Thursday (5/28) there were 362 positive patients. "This number increased by 38 people in the previous day," he said. Of 400 positive patients, said Aris, 118 people were declared cured. Meanwhile, there were 37 positive patients who died. "Positive patients recovered totaling 118 people, positive patients died 37 people, and patients under surveillance (PDP) treated 137 people," he explained.