Ministry of Foreign Affairs: There are 1,621 Indonesian citizens abroad infected with Covid-19

Ministry of Foreign Affairs: There are 1,621 Indonesian citizens abroad infected with Covid-19

JAKARTA - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Kemlu) stated that there were 1, 621 Indonesian citizens (WNI) abroad who were infected with the Corona virus (Covid-19).

This was conveyed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs via the Twitter account @Kemlu_RI, on Saturday (10/10/2020).

In addition, there were additional Indonesian citizens who were infected with Corona, including 3 Indonesian citizens in Czech, 4 South Korean (South Korean), and 1 Indonesian citizen in Serbia.

"The total number of confirmed Indonesian citizens abroad is 1, 621: 1, 146 recovered, 149 died, and 326 are under treatment, " wrote the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Details of Indonesian citizens infected with Corona abroad:

  1. Algeria: 3 Indonesian citizens (stable)
  2. United States: 104 Indonesians (78 recovered, 7 stable, 19 died)
  3. Saudi Arabia: 258 Indonesians (55 recovered, 105 stable, 98 died)
  4. Australia: 3 Indonesians (recovered)
  5. Azerbaijan: 1 Indonesian citizen (recovered)
  6. Bahrain: 1 Indonesian citizen (recovered)
  7. Bahamas: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
  8. Bangladesh: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
  9. The Netherlands: 9 Indonesians (5 recovered, 4 died)
  10. Belgium: 5 Indonesians (4 recovered, 1 stable)
  11. Brunei Darussalam: 6 Indonesian citizens (5 recovered, 1 stable)
  12. Czech: 7 Indonesians (2 recovered, 5 stable)
  13. Chile: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
  14. Ecuador: 1 Indonesian citizen (recovered)
  15. Ethiopia: 5 Indonesians (4 recovered, 1 stable)
  16. Philippines: 32 Indonesians (29 recovered, 3 stable)
  17. Finland: 2 Indonesians (1 recovered, 1 stable)
  18. Ghana: 1 Indonesian citizen (died)
  19. Hong Kong (China): 88 Indonesians (85 recovered, 3 stable)
  20. India: 75 Indonesians (recovered)
  21. England: 22 Indonesians (17 recovered, 2 stable, 3 died)
  22. Ireland: 1 Indonesian citizen (recovered)
  23. Italy: 3 Indonesians (recovered)
  24. Japan: 3 Indonesians (2 recovered, 1 stable)
  25. Germany: 12 Indonesians (7 recovered, 4 stable, 1 died)
  26. Cambodia: 4 Indonesians (2 recovered, 2 stable)
  27. Kazakhstan: 2 Indonesians (1 recovered, 1 stable)
  28. South Korea: 40 Indonesians (33 recovered, 4 stable)
  29. Uzbekistan: 19 Indonesians (13 recovered, 5 stable, 1 died)
  30. Suriname: 2 Indonesians (recovered)
  31. Timor Leste: 2 Indonesians (1 recovered, 1 stable)
  32. Kuwait: 129 Indonesians (123 recovered, 3 stable, 3 died)
  33. Canada: 6 Indonesians (3 recovered, 3 stable)
  34. Lebanon: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
  35. Madagascar: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
  36. Macao (China): 3 Indonesians (recovered)
  37. North Macedonia: 1 Indonesian citizen (recovered)
  38. Maldives: 9 Indonesians (7 recovered, 1 stable, 1 died)
  39. Malaysia: 168 Indonesians (52 recovered, 114 stable, 2 died)
  40. Mexico: 2 Indonesians (1 recovered, 1 stable)
  41. Egypt: 11 Indonesians (recovered)
  42. Mozambique: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
  43. Nigeria: 2 Indonesians (recovered)
  44. Oman: 4 Indonesians (2 recovered, 2 stable)
  45. Pakistan: 33 Indonesians (recovered)
  46. ​​France: 4 Indonesians (3 recovered, 1 stable)
  47. UAE: 63 Indonesians (56 recovered, 2 stable, 5 died)
  48. Qatar: 145 Indonesians (139 recovered, 5 stable, 1 died)
  49. Russia: 22 Indonesians (20 recovered, 2 stable)
  50. Singapore: 57 Indonesians (47 recovered, 8 stable, 2 died)
  51. Spain: 13 Indonesians (recovered)
  52. Sudan: 18 Indonesians (6 recovered, 12 stable)
  53. Sweden: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
  54. Taiwan: 4 Indonesians (recovered)
  55. Thailand: 1 Indonesian citizen (recovered)
  56. Turkey: 12 Indonesians (9 recovered, 1 stable, 2 died)
  57. Vatican: 8 Indonesians (recovered)
  58. Vietnam: 1 Indonesian citizen (stable)
  59. Serbia: 2 Indonesians (stable)
  60. Cruise ships: 185 Indonesians (170 recovered, 9 stable, 6 died)

Previously, Minister of Foreign Affairs (Menlu) Retno Marsudi attended the ministerial conference of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) virtually.

Retno invited all NAM member countries to fight for fair access to the Covid-19 vaccine.

"We must strive for equitable access to Covid-19 treatment and vaccine, as well as health technology and other resources that can increase our chances, " he said. (Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs)