COVID-19 Soars, Jakarta Is Not Fine



UMMATIMES - Several indicators that show that Jakarta is not doing well are cases of COVID-19 infection which have soared drastically and the occupancy of patient isolation places which are running low.

Jakarta is not doing well. The corona virus began to run rampant again after the Eid holiday.
The message that Jakarta is not doing well was conveyed by the Metro Jaya Police Chief Inspector General Fadil Imran, Thursday (17/06). Fadil said that because of a number of conditions.

"Tell the public that Jakarta is not doing well," said Inspector General Fadil Imran. Fadil Imran said the number of COVID-19 in Jakarta had increased. The bed occupancy ratio (BOR) at Wisma Atlet also increased.

The number of patients admitted to the hospital due to COVID-19 is still increasing.
Fadil Imran advised the public to continue to implement the health protocols. The public is asked not to ignore health protocols to avoid COVID-19. "The number of COVID-19 continues to rise, the BOR continues to rise, the number of people admitted to the hospital is still increasing," he said.

"Let's take care of ourselves, take care of our families to obey the procedures, so that we can quickly get out of this pandemic problem," he said. The following are indicators of why Jakarta is not doing well.

Corona cases soar

Corona cases in Jakarta experienced a drastic spike. Referring to BNPB data for the past week, additional cases of corona in Jakarta rose significantly. Here is the data:

June 6: 1,019 June 7: 1,197 June 8: 755 June 9: 1,376 June 10: 2,091 June 11: 2,293 June 12: 2,455 June 13: 2,769 June 14: 2,722 June 15: 1,502 June 16: 2,376

Additional cases of corona in DKI on Thursday (17/06) also increased drastically. It was recorded that as of Thursday (17/06), the daily additional corona reached 4,000.

Face-to-face school test stopped

The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government has suspended the implementation of face-to-face learning trials (PTM) in 226 schools in the capital city. The suspension was carried out due to the surge in COVID-19 cases in Jakarta.

"With the current conditions and the joint meeting between the task force, we have decided that face-to-face piloting is not continuing. While waiting for the situation in DKI Jakarta," said the Head of the DKI Jakarta Health Service on BNPB Indonesia YouTube, Thursday (17/06).

Anies requires 75% WFH red zone office

DKI Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has decided to impose 75 percent WFH in offices in the red zone area.

"The work from home (WFH) red zone is 75% and the work from office (WFO) is 25% with stricter implementation of health protocols," said the Governor of the Governor's Office, Anies.

Wisma is the location for isolation of Jakarta corona patients, the remaining 20%

The occupancy of the isolation places for COVID-19 patients in Jakarta is running low. A number of guesthouses prepared by the DKI Provincial Government are now 80 percent occupied.

"Our current occupancy rate for DKI Jakarta is of course the Athlete House is around 72.5 percent, while the occupancy at the guesthouses in DKI Jakarta is around 80 percent, while we are preparing in Nagrak it is still empty," said Head of the DKI Jakarta Health Office Widyastuti. on YouTube BNPB Indonesia, Thursday (17/06).

High BOR (bed occupancy rate) Wisma Atlet

Similar conditions were also experienced by the Wisma Athlete Hospital which is currently managed by the Joint Regional Defense Command I (Kogabwilhan I). The bed occupancy rate (BOR) at Wisma Atlet Kemayoran Hospital reached 77.49 percent. As of Thursday (17/06) at 08.00 WIB, Wisma Atlet Hospital received 179 new patients, bringing the total number of patients treated to 5,730 people.

"The original patient was 5,551, an increase of 179 to 5,730," said Marine Colonel Aris Mudian, Head of Information for Kogabwilhan I, Thursday (17/06).