The West Jakarta Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) has noted that they have sprayed disinfectants at 1,017 points spread over West Jakarta, which aim to contain the spread of COVID-19 outbreak.
" We've done it at 1,017 spots or in 56 urban villages, including schools, worship places, etc"
West Jakarta PMI Leader Baharuddin said, it has been done since March 17 to April 22 that targets neighborhood roads, settlements, religious facilities, educational facilities and other crowded places in eight sub-districts in West Jakarta. As for the spraying protocol road is carried out by the Jakarta PMI.
"We've done it at 1,017 points or in 56 urban villages, including schools, worship places, etc," he expressed, Tuesday (6/2).
He added those urban villages already have spraying equipment, so it is done independently. Yet his side still supports by preparing disinfectant liquid for each urban village.
"We will do another spraying, especially in locations that are deemed vulnerable," he said.