CORONAVIRUS: Indonesia confirmed two more positive cases

INDONESIA confirmed on Friday that two more people had tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing the total tally to four so far.
The Indonesia Health Ministry spokesman told media this Saturday that all four of them are showing improving conditions.
The two Indonesians are in their 30s and had been tested after being in contact with the first two confirmed cases, Health Ministry official Achmad Yurianto told a news briefing.
Indonesia had announced its first confirmed cases on Monday, a mother and her daughter who live in the Depok area near Jakarta.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo formally confirmed on Monday morning, March 2, 2020, that two cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed in Indonesia affecting a 64-year-old woman and her 31-year-old daughter.
The first two victims tested positive after being in contact with a Japanese national who lived in Malaysia and had tested positive after returning from a trip to Indonesia.