Six Patients of Mycoplasma Pneumoniae in Jakarta Have Recovered

Kamis, 7 Desember 2023 – 10:00 WIB

Jakarta – Recently, there has been a new outbreak in China called Pneumonia and it is on the rise. The World Health Organization (WHO) said that the majority of these pneumonia cases are caused by the Mycoplasma pneumoniae bacteria. 

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Pneumonia is not a foreign disease, including in Indonesia. The Health Ministry confirmed that six cases of Mycoplasma pneumoniae have been found in Indonesia. 

The patients were treated by two different hospitals, Medistra Hospital and JWCC. 

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“There are currently six cases of Mycoplasma Pneumoniae, I said ever because this has been happening for a long time, treated in 2 hospitals, 5 patients at Medistra, 1 patient at JWCC,” said the Ministry of Health’s Director General of Disease Prevention and Control (P2P) Maxi Rein Rondonuwu in a statement on Wednesday. 

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Although the disease is serious, all patients have been declared cured and returned to their respective homes. The patients have even been able to return to their normal activities including going to school. 

The initial symptoms found when they checked themselves were almost the same as those of pneumonia in general, such as fever, cough runny nose, and mild shortness of breath. 

“We got a report from the hospital, they have all recovered and the initial symptoms are the same as pneumonia in general,” Rondonuwu remarked. 

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Furthermore, the age range of the six confirmed patients is 3-12 years old. They have all undergone laboratory tests and found the presence of Mycoplasma pneumoniae bacteria. 

The Health Ministry requested samples from two patients who are still hospitalized for further investigation into this health issue.

In the future, the Ministry will conduct further examinations on the 6 recovered patients, including finding out where they went to school and their living environment.

Rondonuwu asked the public to wash their hands with soap. Those who suffer from flu and cough should wear masks.

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“We got a report from the hospital, they have all recovered and the initial symptoms are the same as pneumonia in general,” Rondonuwu remarked. 

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