Bali Task Force: Addition of COVID-19 cases to record high

 


Bali's key COVID-19 handling principles noted that on Friday, July 9, the addition of Covid-19 cases on the island of the Gods, which amounted to 674 cases, became the highest record for adding daily cases since the first case was discovered in March 2020. then 108 people with Captain domicile outside Bali and 106 people from Badung district said the secretary of the Task Force with the topic 8 * 5 at moneylenders in Denpasar Friday then there were additional daily cases from the Tabanan Corden 69 people from Buleleng 53 people who dared 45 people from Gianyar 39 people from Bangli 16 Klungkung people, 11 people from Karangasem, 6 people and 5 foreign nationals, after the end of 2020 holiday season, the addition of daily Covid-19 cases in Bali had recorded a record high of 540 people, but in the last few days the addition of daily cases was recorded at above 500 cases, such as on Wednesday, July 7, 505 cases were added and on Thursday 8 July confirmed the addition of 577 positive cases of covid 19, with market acquaintances of 674 people. As of Friday, the cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases was 54079 people. Today, an additional 320 people have recovered and 6 people have died from COVID-19 every year. The man who is also the executive head of the Bali Province BPBD, the cumulative number of positive COVID-19 patients who have recovered in Bali province is 48826 people 90.29% While the number of active cases to date is 3635 people 6.72% according to Rantin the high daily case increase in the local area because massive tracking is also carried out for domestic travelers, PPDN is also a contributor to new cases acquaintances of 674 people. As of Friday, the cumulative number of confirmed COVID-19 cases was 54079 people. Today, an additional 320 people have recovered and 6 people have died from COVID-19 every year. The man who is also the executive head of the Bali Province BPBD, the cumulative number of positive COVID-19 patients who have recovered in Bali province is 48826 people 90.29% While the number of active cases to date is 3635 people 6.72% according to Rantin the high daily case increase in the local area because massive tracking is also carried out for domestic travelers, PPDN is also a contributor to new casesMeanwhile, to anticipate a spike in cases, the Covid-19 Task Force adds an isolation room

Buleleng Regency was previously designated as a red zone because the death rate was quite high, and the number of Covid-19 patients hospitalized was quite high, reaching 70 percent. With the stipulation of the Giri Emas Hospital to handle Covid-19 patients, the Bed Occupancy Ratio (BOR) in Buleleng Regency will be 60 percent. This was conveyed directly by the Coordinator of the Data and Information Sector of the Covid-19 Task Force of Buleleng Regency Ketut Suwarmawan, S.STP, M.M when giving the release of the Covid-19 update in his office, Friday (9/7).

Furthermore, Suwarmawan, who is also the Head of the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology of Buleleng Regency, said that the Buleleng Regency Government is starting to prepare to anticipate the surge in Covid-19 cases by adding isolation rooms for patients with moderate and severe symptoms. To note, hospitals throughout Buleleng currently have a capacity of 200 beds for the isolation of Covid-19 patients. Currently occupied as many as 124 beds about 62 percent.

Meanwhile, regarding the development of the handling of Covid-19 in the Regency, Suwarmawan said that today there were 53 new confirmations, 21 people recovered, 1 person died.

Cumulatively the number of cumulative confirmed cases in Buleleng was 4,588 people with details of 4,053 recovered, 194 people died, 341 people were being treated in Buleleng, and 6 people were being treated outside Buleleng.

While the cumulative suspected cases in Buleleng were 5,300 people, cumulative close contacts in Buleleng 22,256 people, confirmed cases of non-suspect/close contacts 279 people, and confirmed cases of travelers. 2 persons. Following up on instructions from the Governor of Bali regarding the vaccination program for children aged 12-17 years. Regional Secretary (Sekda) of Buleleng Regency, Drs. Gede Suyasa, M.Pd continues to monitor vaccinations targeting children aged 12-17 years as an effort to accelerate the formation of herd immunity.

justify;">The vaccination monitoring activity was accompanied directly by the Head of the Education, Youth and Sports Office (Disdikpora) of Buleleng Regency, Made Astika, S.Pd, M.M and the Principal of SMP N 6 Singaraja, Nyoman Sudiana, S.Pd., M.Pd. Vaccination activities were carried out at the State 6 Singaraja Junior High School (SMP), Friday (9-7).

Based on observations, vaccinations were carried out in the Hall and there were three classes opened for screening, vaccination, and observation processes. Students are required to bring a family card and permission from their parents to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.

In his observations, the Regional Secretary, Suyasa, said that the implementation of vaccination for children aged 12-17, which was coordinated by the school, was running in an orderly manner. With such an arrangement, children come to school in an orderly manner, comply with health protocols such as using masks properly, and washing hands with soap and running water before entering the room. Utilizing the existing classrooms, the children were divided into several rooms.

Meanwhile, the Principal of SMP 6 Singaraja Sudiana said the implementation of the first day of vaccination had received monitoring from the Buleleng Regional Secretary and the Head of the Buleleng Regency Education Office.

"Our target for the COVID-19 vaccination is two days. The first-day students from class VIII and students from class VII, "he said.

He said the implementation of the second day of vaccination for students from class IX. It is expected that these students will receive the vaccine for two days from the first and second day of implementation.

"We hope that the target is achieved in the implementation of vaccination for two days for students of SMP N 6 Singaraja," he said.

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