Check directly the progress of handling Covid-19, West Java Regional Police Chief Visits Sukabumi City
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Friday, 20 August 2021 - 15:08 WIB
Check directly the progress of handling Covid-19, West Java Regional Police Chief Visits Sukabumi City

  Tribratanews.polri.go.id - Sukabumi. Sukabumi City is still at Community Activity Restriction level 4. In fact, from various indicator databases, Sukabumi City should have dropped to Community Activity Restriction level 3.
Various indicators that will be assessed include new confirmed cases of Covid-19 which continue to fall. Likewise, the healing rate is increasing and the occupancy of the isolation room is also decreasing.
It so happened that today (Wednesday) the Regional Police Chief was present in Sukabumi City. At the same time, we conveyed to the Regional Police Chief regarding the data in the Sukabumi City area, Sukabumi Mayor Achmad Fahmi told reporters. after accompanying the working visit of the West Java Regional Police Chief, Pol. Inspector General Ahmad Dofiri monitored the progress of handling Covid-19 in Cisarua Village, Cikole District, Wednesday (08/18/2021).
Based on these criteria, according to Fahmi, the City of Sukabumi has had to go down to Community Activity Restrictions level 3.
"Hopefully, the Regional Police Chief together with the Regional Leadership Coordination Forum of West Java Province could convey it to the central government. So that we expect Sukabumi City to lower its level," he explained.
Various activity restrictions are still in place in Sukabumi City during the implementation of Community Activity Restrictions level 4. One of them is shopping centers that are not yet fully operational.
"(Restrictions) are still in place because we haven't lowered the level," said Fahmi.
As of Tuesday (08/17), the number of confirmed COVID-19 positive patients in Sukabumi City was recorded at 6,676 peoples. Of these, 6,140 peoples (92.0%) have recovered, 319 are still in isolation, and 217 (3.3%) have died.
West Java Regional Police Chief, Pol. Inspector General Ahmad Dofiri, said that his visit to Sukabumi City was carried out after reviewing the implementation of vaccinations at the Assallam Islamic Boarding School in Warungkiara District, Sukabumi Regency. The students and the community were very enthusiastic about participating in the vaccination.
West Java Regional Police Chief, Pol. Inspector General Ahmad Dofiri, said that his visit to Sukabumi City was carried out after reviewing the implementation of vaccinations at the Assallam Islamic Boarding School in Warungkiara District, Sukabumi Regency. The students and the community were very enthusiastic about participating in the vaccination.
"In addition to gatherings, I also checked in Sukabumi City regarding the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. I checked the Community Activity Restrictions in this village (Cisarua Village). It's extraordinary. The data is good, the handling is also good. Including the infrastructure that has been prepared," explained The Regional Police Chief.
The Regional Police Chief explained that the key to handling COVID-19 is the strict application of health protocols. Including applying 3T Testing Tracing Treatment
"In Sukabumi City, it was explained earlier, tracing officers from the Community Health Center were there, then the National Armed Forces and National Police were also ready. Including from volunteers," he said.
Another effort that is not less important is vaccination. In Sukabumi City, said the Kapolda, every health facility is able to provide vaccinations for an average of 200-300 people.
"I'm sure, when the vaccine is in adequate supply, all people will get it. The infrastructure is ready. If all Community Health Centers in West Java served that much, the target for herd immunity could be achieved," explained the Regional Polcie Chief.
In West Java, continued the Regional Police Chief, the target to achieve herd immunity is 37 million peoples. So far, only 11 million peoples have been vaccinated.
"There are still around 26 million peoples left by the end of December this year. It means that a day there are 456,000 peoples who must be vaccinated in West Java to achieve herd immunity by the end of December. The infrastructure is the health center which is the backbone. Then vaccination centers are formed National Armed Forces, National Police, volunteers, and others. Hopefully this can be achieved," concluded the Regional Police Chief.

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