(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) Indonesia has confirmed that more than 20,000 persons with exceptions have entered the country with a vaccination certificate for 5 consecutive days
China News Agency, Jakarta, July 4 (Reporter Lin Yongchuan) Indonesian officials announced on the afternoon of the 4th that there were 27,233 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the country in the past 24 hours, and a total of 22,84084 confirmed cases; 555 new deaths and a total of 60,582 deaths .
Indonesia has confirmed more than 20,000 new cases in a single day for 5 consecutive days. On that day, the number of newly diagnosed cases in the capital Jakarta exceeded 10,000 for the first time, reaching 10,485 cases, with a total of 580,595 confirmed cases.
The country’s Ocean Affairs and Investment Coordinating Minister Luhut, who has been temporarily appointed by Indonesian President Joko to be responsible for implementing the emergency restriction order on community activities, issued a notice through his spokesperson Jodi Mahardi on the same day, saying that since this month From the 6th, foreign diplomats and visiting officials at ministerial level or above, and foreigners entering Indonesia must provide a certificate of completion of vaccination and a certificate of negative nucleic acid test.
Mahathir said that Indonesian citizens entering from abroad without a vaccination certificate must provide a certificate of negative COVID-19 nucleic acid test. Upon entry, they will be vaccinated immediately after they are proven not to be infected; whether they are Indonesian citizens or foreigners, they must be designated after entering the country. The site will be quarantined and observed for 8 days, during which two nucleic acid tests must be carried out.
Because the epidemic has rebounded fiercely and confirmed cases have soared, the medical system in the country’s densely populated island of Java has been fully operational, and the designated hospitals of the new crown are overcrowded with a bed hard to find, and many infected people have to receive treatment at home.
Many provinces, including the capital Jakarta, are in urgent need of medical oxygen. Indonesian media reported that the price of oxygen on the market has skyrocketed several times, making it “hard to find a bottle”, and some hospitals have caused deaths due to oxygen depletion.
Luhut has issued instructions to the Minister of Industry of Indonesia, Agus, requiring oxygen manufacturers to give priority to at least 90% of their production capacity to produce medical oxygen; Minister of Health Sadikin said that the government will deploy more vehicles to ensure the transportation of oxygen tanks. (Finish)Return to Sohu to see more
Disclaimer: The opinions of this article only represent the author himself. Sohu is an information publishing platform. Sohu only provides information storage space services.