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The latest update of COVID-19 in Indonesia: Death toll 198 by : 5 April 2020l 16.10 WIB

Head of West Kalimantan (West Kalimantan) Health Service Harisson announced that there were five Patients Under Supervision who were treated in several Hospitals (RS) throughout West Kalimantan negative COVID-19.

"(Negative) Through the PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) examination by the Center for Environmental Health and Disease Control Engineering (BBTKLPP) in Jakarta," he said, Saturday (4/4) afternoon.

Of these five PDPs, two patients were treated at the Soedarso Regional Hospital in Pontianak. First a 48-year-old woman resident of Pontianak City. Both a 2.7-year-old boy is also a citizen of Pontianak City.Furthermore, in Abdul Aziz Singkawang Hospital there was one PDP, a 38-year-old male resident of Sambas Regency was also stated negatively.

Then one PDP in Sambas District Hospital, a 37-year-old male resident of Sambas Regency, also had a negative result. And the fifth one PDP at Rubini Mempawah Regional Hospital, a 65-year-old male citizen of Mempawah Regency was also stated negatively. Thus there is a reduction of five PDP out of a total of 38 PDP throughout West Kalimantan. 


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The National State Of COVID-19
The sad news again came from the frontline in handling coronavirus in Indonesia. This time six nurses in Indonesia died. This news was conveyed by the Indonesian National Nurses Association (PPNI). Two of them have been confirmed positive, while the others are still in the status of a patient under surveillance (PDP).

When confirmed AFP, Chairman of the Indonesian National Nurses Association (PPNI), Harif Fadillah, Skep, SH, MKep confirmed this. "There have been six deaths. One status is the positive corona, Nuk, the other results have not come out, still PDP," he explained when contacted by AFP on Sunday (5/4/2020).

Meanwhile, previously there were 17 doctors, and 5 dentists who died. The lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) is also still in the spotlight related to the safety of the front guard in handling corona patients. Given their great risk due to close contact with patients every day

208 Chinese citizens detained at Soekarno-Hatta Airport
A total of 208 Chinese citizens were detained at Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Cengkareng, Banten because they could not leave for Guangzhou, the People's Republic of China. Their country of origin refused aircraft from Indonesia landed in China.

They were held at Soekarno-Hatta Airport on Friday (3/4) yesterday. They sang Chinese songs in the hope that the Chinese government would accommodate them.

"208 foreigners who did not go to China are correct," said Head of the Immigration Class I Special TPI Bandar Soekarno-Hatta, Saffar Muhammad Godam, told AFP on Sunday (5/4/2020). Saffar explained, the problem they were experiencing was because the Garuda airplane with flight number GA8900 they were chartering, was not allowed to land in Guangzhou, China. Saffar did not know why planes from Indonesia were rejected by China

The declaration of the coronavirus COVID-19 as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) made the Indonesian government increasingly tighten the rules for crossing people from and to Indonesia.

Travelers from 8 countries will be banned from entering Indonesia.
This rule was conveyed by Minister of Foreign Affairs (Menlu) Retno LP Marsudi in a press conference which was also broadcast on the Foreign Ministry's YouTube channel. Travelers who are prohibited from entering Indonesia if within 14 days of visiting these 8 countries, namely:

1. Iran
2. Italy
3. Vatican City
4. Spain
5. France
6. Germany
7. Switzerland
8. English

"The government continues to pay close attention to reports from WHO regarding the development of the spread of COVID-19," Retno said, Tuesday (3/17/2020).

Corona in Indonesia Can Reach 100 Thousand
The peak phase of the Corona outbreak (COVID-19) in Indonesia is predicted to reach 100,000. China, which has passed the peak phase, the case of Coronary did not reach 100 thousand. How to?

The most recent modeling of transmission of COVID-19 was made by the State Intelligence Agency (BIN). The results of this modeling were disclosed directly by the Head of BNPB Doni Monardo as the Head of the Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling COVID-19. The results are horrifying. The number of positive Corona in Indonesia in July 2020 is estimated at more than 100 thousand cases.

The model was revealed by Doni in a working meeting with Commission IX of the Indonesian Parliament, which was held virtually on Thursday (2/4/2020). Doni displays the modeling data on the screen.

"Estimated number of cases in March 1,577 BIN input. This is relatively accurate. Estimated end of April 27,300, the peak at the end of June and the end of July," Doni said at the meeting. The data stated that the peak of Corona positive cases occurred in May, with an increase in the number of cases from April to May of 68,144.  (DETIK.COM)



Source : DETIK.COM / Pontianak Post

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