Buleleng News

 The spirit of cooperation against Covid-19 is the basis for getting up and moving. All obstacles and obstacles can be handled together. Maximum efforts have been made by the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force to prevent the spread of Covid-19, one of which is an ongoing vaccination program. From the data on the realization of vaccination in Buleleng Regency according to yesterday's data (red), it was recorded that 553,078 people were vaccinated, or 79.17 percent. This was stated by the Coordinator for the Data and Information Sector of the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force, Ketut Suwarmawan, S.STP., M.M., when delivering the daily data release of Covid-19, in his office, Friday, (23/7).

Ketut Suwarmawan further stated that from a series of vaccinations carried out in synergy with the TNI-Polri, vaccinations targeting the general public were recorded from yesterday's data on July 22, 2021, as many as 405,490 people, while the target for teenagers was 52,534 people.

“For health workers and public servants, it has been running until the second dose, the schedule for administering the second dose of vaccine for the general public has also been prepared. Later it will be disseminated thoroughly to the public. Let's follow the vaccination and stick to the 6M prokes.

In addition, Suwarmawan invites all parties to unite, work hand in hand in synergy with the government, so that all programs carried out to suppress Covid-19 can always run well, so that our common goal, namely Covid-19, especially in Buleleng, can end soon.

Meanwhile, from the Covid-19 case today, explained Kadis Suwarmawan, as many as 92 people were declared cured and allowed to go home, new confirmations increased by 124 people and 11 people died, then 893 people are being treated.

Cumulatively, explained Kadis Suwarmawan, the number of confirmations was 6,001 people, consisting of 4,858 recoveries, 250 deaths, and 893 patients being treated. while preventing the covid 19 pandemic

Buleleng Regency Government Opens Recruitment for General Director of Perumda Tirta Hita Buleleng The term of office of Director of Regional Public Company (Perumda) Tirta Hita Buleleng Period 2017 – 2021 will end soon. For this reason, the Regency Government (Pemkab) through the Economic and Development Section (Ekbang) of the Buleleng Regency Regional Secretariat held an open recruitment to fill the position of General Director for the period 2021 – 2025. This was revealed by the Head of the Ekbang Section Gede Sasnita Ariawan when met in his office on Thursday (22/7).

Furthermore, Ariawan said that the open recruitment is open to the general public who live in Buleleng Regency. As for the requirements, said Ariawan, in general, Indonesian citizens (WNI) aged 35 to 55 years, minimum S1 education, and have at least 5 years of work experience in the managerial field of legal companies and have led a team. Meanwhile, the special requirements for registrants are understanding of drinking water management and preferably having a drinking water management certificate.

Registration for the candidate for President Director, said Ariawan, can be done from 27 to 29 July 2021 at the Ekbang Section Office of the Buleleng Regency Regional Secretariat, which is located at Jalan Pahlawan No. 1 Singaraja. Applicants are asked to bring the administrative requirements that have been determined.

As the organizer of the open recruitment, his party is committed to making the recruitment process accountable, transparent, and following applicable regulations.

Through this open recruitment, he hopes to be able to select candidates for the president director who have the best competencies.In addition to the news above, we will follow the news from the Buleleng Regency Transportation Service, Be Alert and Responsive, Buleleng Transportation Agency Repairs 436 PJUs Until July This swift and responsive step for the Buleleng Regency Transportation Agency's quick response team in following up on reports of damage to public street lighting (PJU) deserves appreciation. The reason is, as of this July, as many as 436 PJU equipment have been damaged successfully. This was conveyed directly by the Head of the Buleleng Transportation Department, I Gede Sandhiyasa, S.Sos., M.Si in his office, Thursday, (22/7).

In the list of PJU damage reports in Buleleng, it was recorded that from January to July, 655 PJUs were reported to be damaged, and on average they required minor repairs.

Kadis Sandhiyasa explained that although Buleleng was still in a pandemic, the level of his team's performance in responding quickly to PJU damage reports was the main thing. "The quick response to handling PJU damage reports is indeed our obligation to provide the best service for the community, and we are ready to serve 24 hours a day," said the Head of the Sandhiyasa District Office.

In addition, his party also conveyed that related to the change in the Implementation of Emergency Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM) to level PPKM, PJUs along the road which were originally extinguished at 20.00 WITA, are no longer carried out. "According to the leadership's instructions, PJUs will be normalized again except in places that are considered to be causing crowds, such as Singaraja City Park, Lovina, Weighing Beach and RTH," explained the Head of the Sandhiyasa District Office.

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