The Central Jakarta Health Sub-agency (Sudinkes) has noted that around 41,000 kits for rapid test and 5,200 kits for polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or swab test along June 4-14.
" Until today, rapid and swab tests are still ongoing"
"Until today, rapid and swab tests are still ongoing," expressed Central Jakarta Health Sub-agency Head, Erizon Safari, Wednesday (6/24).
He explained, residents who are infected with coronavirus are directed to conduct a 14-day home-isolation or self-isolation. Yet if they have a history of comorbidities, they must undergo treatment at a COVID-19 referral hospital.
"We will monitor them through local puskesmas medics. If other disease are detected, the patient will be rushed to the referral hospital," he stated.