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 According to the real-time data site Worldometers, Sunday (18/7/2021), Indonesia is still in the top five countries with the highest daily cases in the world. Here are the five countries with the highest daily Covid-19 cases in the world: 1. England, there were 54,674 positive cases 2. Indonesia, 51,952 positive cases 3. India, 41,222 positive cases 4. Brazil, 34,339 positive cases 5 Russia, there was an addition of 25,116 positive cases. Countries in the world are also still struggling and trying to overcome the corona pandemic which affects several fields such as the economy, tourism, education, and others. Indonesia View Photos of Officers burying bodies at the COVID-19 special cemetery in Cipageran, Cimahi, West Java, Wednesday (30/6/2021). (ANTARA FOTO) According to the covid19.go.id website, on Saturday (17/7/2021) The number of active Covid-19 cases in Indonesia has increased by 22,957 cases. This means that the number or total active cases of Covid-19 in Indonesia has reached 527,872 people. Get information, inspiration, and insights in your email. Register email This amount is obtained by subtracting the total number of positive cases of Covid-19 with the number of cures and deaths. Meanwhile, daily Covid-19 cases in Indonesia decreased by 2,048 cases, from 54,000 cases on Friday (16/7/2021) to 51,952 cases on Saturday (17/7/2021). Currently, the Indonesian Government is still implementing the Implementation of Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM) to reduce the transmission of Covid-19 which will be in effect until the end of July 2021. Also read: Indonesia is Still Short of Covid-19 Drugs, Here's How to Check UK Stocks during the coronavirus pandemic. (Shutterstock/Marcio Delgado) England became the country with the highest daily cases in the world, reporting 54,674 new cases on Sunday (18/7/2021). This figure has increased by 2,804 cases compared to the previous day. Meanwhile, according to reports from The Guardian, (17/7/2021), the British government plans to lift almost all pandemic restrictions in its country on July 19, 2021. However, this plan has drawn criticism from experts due to concerns about the spread of a new variant of the coronavirus. Also read: Starting July 19, Indonesia is on the British Government's Red List, what does that mean? The United States of America is still the country with the highest total number of cases in the world. Data as of Sunday (18/7/2021), the number of Covid-19 cases in the US totaled 34,953,916. Citing The Washington Post, July 17, 2021, US federal health officials warned that a spike in coronavirus infections was caused by the Delta variant. The US is also working on vaccinating more people. Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said the US experienced a spike in cases of nearly 70 percent over the past week. The daily cases increased in the US to 26,300 cases per day. Inpatients also experienced a significant increase with an increase of 36 percent in the 7 days yesterday. Brazil also continues to try to suppress cases of the spread of the coronavirus in the country with a vaccination campaign. The addition of daily cases in Brazil on Saturday (17/7/2021) was 34,339 people. As many as 40 percent of people in Brazil have received the first dose of vaccination, while 15 percent received the second dose of vaccination. Reporting from the BBC, July 17, 2021, millions of people are struggling to get a second dose of vaccination. According to researchers there, there are about 3.1 million Brazilians who have not received a second shot of the vaccine since July 4, 2021. Coronavirus cases in Brazil have claimed more than 530,000 lives, making this country with the most deaths after the US. Meanwhile, the acceleration of handling Covid-19 in the Buleleng Regency is still being carried out. Efforts to prevent and strengthen the body's immunity through vaccination continue to be carried out. From the implementation of daily vaccinations and additional vaccinations in 5 sub-districts starting from 14 to 17 July 2021, the total has reached 71.83 percent of the central government's target of 74.43 percent until the end of July. This was conveyed directly by the Coordinator of the Data and Information Sector, Ketut Suwarmawan, S.STP, M.M when delivering the release of the Covid-19 update in his office, Sunday (18/7).

"From all daily and additional vaccination activities in 5 sub-districts in Buleleng Regency, namely Buleleng, Banjar, Seririt, Busungbiu and Gerokgak sub-districts, the target has been achieved. But also in 4 other sub-districts in Buleleng it has reached more than 60 percent," said Suwarmawan.

Meanwhile, related to the celebration of Eid al-Adha 1442 Hijriah Suwarmawan conveyed that the National COVID-19 Handling Task Force (Satgas) issued Circular (SE) Number 15 of 2021 regarding restrictions on community activities during the Eid al-Adha 1442 Hijri/2021 holiday.

"The government of Buleleng has provided guidelines regarding the celebration of the holiday, one of which is that communal prayers are canceled so as not to trigger crowds and community mobility. However, the government also provides policies related to the implementation of sacrificial cuts, which are still carried out under strict guidelines," he said.

Meanwhile, regarding the development of daily cases of Covid-19, Kadis Suwarmawan said, 5 people, recovered, 110 new confirmed cases, and 1 more death case from Banjar District.

While the cumulative data shows that confirmed cases in Buleleng reached 5,433 people, 4,354 people recovered, 223 people died, 849 people were being treated in Buleleng and 7 people were being treated outside Buleleng, so the total confirmed cases were 856 people being treated.

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