He went on to say that Indonesia’s controlled mitigation of the ongoing pandemic was reflected in the rate of recoveries and active cases in the country.Read also: COVID-19 under control in Jakarta, Anies claims amid spike in new casesThroughout August, the recovery rate in Indonesia reached 72.1 percent, higher than the global average of 69 percent, he said.The country’s rate of active cases stood at 23.69 percent, lower than the global average of 27 percent, he added. Topics : However, the country’s 4.2 percent mortality rate is higher than the global average, which stands at 3.63, according to Jokowi.“Although we have reduced our fatality rate from 7.83 percent in April to 4.2 percent this month, we still have to do our work and further reduce it,” he said.Read also: Indonesia’s ‘Merah Putih’ vaccine candidate to be ready for production mid 2021: JokowiJokowi then called on every regional head across the archipelago to live up to their commitment to COVID-19 mitigation in their respective communities, claiming that public resilience was a key element prior to vaccination.“We need to improve our resilience, our endurance, until every citizen has been vaccinated,” he said.On Tuesday, the Health Ministry announced 2,775 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of infections nationwide to 177,571. According to data released by the ministry, 88 more people have died from the disease, bringing the death toll to 7,505. President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo claimed on Tuesday that COVID-19 mitigation in Indonesia has remained relatively “under control” compared to several other countries around the globe.“Compared to other countries, Indonesia remains under control. It needs to be maintained. COVID-19 mitigation is still at a point where it’s under control,” Jokowi said during a meeting at the Bogor Palace in West Java on Tuesday. The meeting was livestreamed on the Presidential Secretariat’s YouTube channel.The President, however, did not specify which foreign countries he was referring to in his statement.
Brothers Malik and Keeran Sampson will both chase starting spots in the IMCA Hobby Stock main event at Super Nationals XXXV.Brothers Malik and Keeran Sampson are both Super Nationals veterans, Malik as a driver,Brothers Malik and Keeran Sampson will both chase starting spots in the IMCA Hobby Stock main event at Super Nationals XXXV.Keeran as a spectator.This year, both Worthington, Minn., hotshoes are running for starting spots in Saturday’s big Hobby Stock dance.Malik has qualified for the main event in three of his four previous trips to Boone, with a career best finish of seventh last year.“I like the atmosphere here. Super Nationals is fun and it’s challenging. I start to get nervous about three weeks beforehand,” he said. “This year I asked Keeran why he didn’t bring his car along. He was going to be buying a pit pass, anyway.”“I ran hot laps yesterday,” said Keeran, acknowledging that Boone was a different track than what he was used to. “Any time you go up against this many cars you never know what’s going to happen but I’m looking forward to racing here.”He also wouldn’t mind matching the accomplishment of neighbor to the south Elijah Zevenbergen and win a Super Nationals championship in his first competitive visit to Boone.