The Jakarta COVID-19 Quick Handling Task Force announces the latest information of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases as of April 4.
" The number of people tested last week has reached 63,269"
Jakarta Health Agency's Disease Prevention and Control Division Head Dwi Oktavia Tatri Lestari stated, based on the latest data, the swab tests had been carried out on 9,654 specimens. 6,950 of them were to diagnose new cases with 736 positive and 6,214 negative results. In addition, an antigen test was also held today, where 2,216 were tested, with 51 positive results and 2,165 negative results.
"The number of people tested last week has reached 63,269, while 324,009 people have undergone the swab tests. As for the number of active cases in Jakarta to date was 6,541 people who were undergoing self-isolation at home (including data of athlete's homestead) or decreased to 339 cases," she expressed, as quoted by Jakarta's PPID press release, Sunday (4/4).
As for the total number of confirmation cases in Jakarta to date was 386,466 cases. It should be noted, positive antigen test results in Jakarta were not included in the total positive cases because all were reconfirmed by PCR.
Of these cases, 373,565 people were cured with a cure rate reaching 96.7% and 6,360 people died with a world with a death rate of 1.6%, while Indonesia's death rate was 2.7%. The positivity rate in the last week in Jakarta was 10.7%, while Indonesia was 11.2%. WHO also set a standard percentage of positive cases of no more than 5%.
Meanwhile, the vaccination process was still ongoing. The number of vaccination targets for stages 1 and 2 (health workers, the elderly, and public servants) was 3,000,689 people. The total vaccination dose 1 was currently 1,339,471 people (44.6%) and the total vaccination dose 2 now reached 494,227 people (16.5%).
With the detailed, vaccination dose 1 for health workers reached 487,262 people (53.4%) and vaccination dose 2 included 83,140 people (9.1%), with a vaccination target of 911,631 people. As for the elderly, vaccination dose 1 was done to 730,364 people (36.9%) and vaccination dose 2 included 305,602 people (15.5%), with a vaccination target of 911,631 people. In the public service, vaccination dose 1 was administered to 730,364 people (36.9%) and vaccination dose 2 included 305,602 people (15.5%), with a vaccination target of 1,976,757 people.
As additional information, there was a system improvement on the KPCPEN website where there was a duplication of NIK in the vaccination results for health workers and data improvements had been made. Thus, there had been a decrease in the number of vaccinated health workers.
Amid PSBB, residents wanting to enter the Jakarta area were urged to carry out independent COVID-19 check-up through the JakCLM via JAKI app. In this app, they could find out the risk of COVID-19 and got various health recommendations according to the risks they have. This contribution would help the government to prevent the diseases in Jakarta.
Together with Satpol PP, the operation for residents who do not wear masks will also be intensified, including other PSBB violations. Hopefully, they can be more disciplined in implementing health protocols and participating in stopping the chain of COVID-19.
Here is the recap data of violations and prosecution compiled by Satpol PP in tightening the PSBB as of April 3 at 8 PM, as follows:
- Social Work = 617
- Fine = 10
Total = 627
- Fine = 0
- Temporary suspension of activities for 1x24 = 15
- Temporary suspension of activities for 3x24 = 2
- Written warning = 10
- Disbandment = 0
- License Revocation = 0
- Zero violation = 158
- Total = 185
C. Workplaces, Business Places, Industrial Places
- Fine = 0
- Temporary suspension of activities for 3x24 hours = 0
- Written warning = 44
- License Revocation = 0
- Zero violation = 77
- Total = 91
D. Value of Fines
- Individual = Rp 1,300,000
- Place of business to eat and drink/restaurant = Rp 0
- Workplace/Industrial = Rp 0
- Amount = Rp 1,300,000
As for the information, the community also has the opportunity to donate with others in the large-scale social collaboration (KSBB) program. They can provide aid in the form of staple foods, fast food and cash. For further information, please visit corona.jakarta.go.id/kolaborasi.