Denpasar City Covid-19 Task Force sealed the children’s playground in the Puputan Badung field. This sealing follows an increase in positive cases of Covid-19 in Denpasar, Bali.
In addition to sealing the children’s playground, the Task Force has also installed prohibition and guard signs at the Puputan Badung field.
A spokesman for the Denpasar City Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Dewa Gede Rai, said the sealing or closing of children’s playgrounds was done because they were vulnerable to being a place for the spread of Covid-19.
“We anticipate an increase in cases, especially children, who are vulnerable to infection,” said Dewa Rai, Sunday, June 20, 2021.
He asked the public to understand this.
“We will continue to evaluate. If it is sloping, we will consider reopening it,” he said.
However, jogging is still permitted.
“For immunity, for example, we allow running on the sidelines, as long as we follow health protocols,” he said.
Gianyar Regency has returned to Covid-19 alert after a cluster of workers emerged at the Dipta Stadium project, Blahbatuh, Gianyar.
Currently, the Dipta Stadium project area is receiving attention from the local Covid-19 Task Force.
On Thursday, June 17, 2021, the Head of Health Services at the Gianyar Health Service reported eight cases of Covid-19 at the Dipta Stadium project.
The Gianyar Health Office has conducted rapid tests on 400 employees and workers.
The Dipta Stadium cluster was revealed when two workers complained of colds and coughs, June 14, 2021.
When taken to the nearest private hospital, they were declared normal.
Two days later they did not recover, so the office that employed them did a rapid antigen test. As a result, both people were reactive to Covid-19.
Of the 38 people who were tested, as many as six people were reactive.
Followed by a PCR examination with the results of seven positive people for Covid-19 and one negative.
On June 17, 2021, mass rapid antigen was carried out on 285 workers with 10 reactive results.
Then the 10 people underwent a PCR test, and the results were positive.
The daily chairman of the Gianyar Covid-19 Task Force, Made Gede Wisnu Wijaya, said that after it was found that 18 Dipta Stadium project workers were positive for Covid-19, the project management carried out a lockdown.
“Before the mass rapid, it turned out that there was 1 worker who was sick and confirmed positive being treated at Ganesha Hospital. He was treated there on June 14, 2021,” said Wisnu yesterday.
According to Vishnu, currently, the Dipta Stadium is under strict supervision.
“Today a meeting was held at the Covid-19 Handling Command Post at Dipta Stadium. Present from the Bali Police and the Bali Provincial BPBD and Korem Kalak. It was agreed that access to and from the stadium was closed, and there would be task force posts at five points. On June 22, another test will be carried out rapid mass there,” he said.
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