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COVID-19 in West Kalimantan: Visitor's Finger Marked Ink

The state of COVID-19 in Indonesia being Updated : 3 April 2020  15.45 WIB from The ministry of health of Republik Indonesia, Johns Hopkins. Created with Datawrapper confirmed that 1986 people infected,  181 died,  an 134 fully recovery  

The West Kalimantan Provincial Transportation Agency (Kalbar) implemented a policy of putting ink on the fingers of every person who entered the province to later be determined as COVID-19 Insider Monitoring (ODP). This was done as an effort to anticipate the spread of the coronavirus which is now local transmission.

Head of the West Kalimantan Transportation Office, Manto, revealed that the policy had been implemented since Wednesday (1/4). According to the Governor of West Kalimantan, according to him, for the time being, people marked with ink were passengers at the airport coming from Jakarta.

In addition, the same thing applies to all people who come from Malaysia through the land route at the State Cross-border Post (PLBN). "Transportation Agency has applied to give a mark (ink on the finger). Our job only ends there, "he told Pontianak Post, Thursday (2/4).

After the Transportation Agency gives a sign, then the Port Health Office (KKP) has the right to report the ODP list to the Health Service. "We (after applying ink) must not mix again," he said.

Passengers who have just landed at Supadio will be marked later. illustration photo
Passengers who have just landed at Supadio will be marked later. illustration photo


Intelijent  : Juli 2020 Puncak Penyebaran Covid-19 in Indonesia
Chairman of the COVID-19 Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling Doni Monardo said, based on data from the State Intelligence Agency (BIN), the spread of the coronavirus or COVID-19 in the country will experience its peak in July 2020.

The data was delivered by Doni, in a working meeting with Commission IX via video conferencing, Thursday (2/4/2020). Based on BIN data, in July 2020 the spread of COVID-19 in the country will reach 106,287 cases. "The peak is at the end of June and the end of July," said Doni.

Then, the data is written, COVID-19 cases will increase from the end of March to 1,577 cases, end of April as many as 27,307 cases, 95,451 cases at the end of May, and 105,765 cases at the end of June.

According to Doni, there are 50 priority districts or cities that have a high risk related to the increased spread of the coronavirus and 49 percent of the area is in Java. He warned BIN studies could not occur if preventive measures continue to be carried out in a disciplined manner by the community. "If we can take preventative measures, hopefully, the case will not be as predicted," he said.uc

13 Doctors Died During the COVID-19 Plague
Chairman of the COVID-19 Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling Doni Monardo said there were 13 doctors who died during the COVID-19 outbreak. This was conveyed by Doni, in a working meeting with Commission IX via video conference, Thursday (2/4/2020).

"Data from the field 13 of our doctors have passed, died," said Doni. Doni said the Task Force would classify doctors who had actually died while carrying out their duties as COVID-19 medical personnel.

According to him, it is possible that of the 13 doctors who died while not carrying out their duties as medical personnel. "We are trying to make a grouping of doctors who are really in the forefront who eventually died as heroes," he said. "But there may also be doctors who die and die, when there is no connection with their duties as health workers, because they may have different responsibilities," he added.

Earlier it was reported, the Executive Board of the Indonesian Doctors Association (PB IDI) noted that at least 13 doctors had died during the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

According to PB IDI General Chairman Daeng M Faqih, there are two things that cause a doctor or medical personnel to be infected with the coronavirus. First, the medical person contracted the patient who did not know that the patient treated was positive for COVID-19. "So, the doctor (became) less alert," Daeng said via text message to Kompas.com, Thursday (2/4/2020).

Second, because of the lack of personal protective equipment that meets the standards and is sufficient for medical personnel to use while handling patients. For this reason, he hopes that the government can be more open about patient data. Although there are rules that require patient data to be kept confidential, but at least that information can be made limited to the officer in the hospital who is handling it to increase awareness.


Source : Haryanti Puspa Sari - )KOMPAS.COM - Bar (Pontianak Post


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