Bali Update Covid-19. Until May 4, 2020, the cumulative number of positive patients is 271 people. The number of patients who had recovered was 159 people. Meanwhile, the number of patients who died remained 4 people (2 local and 2 foreign). The number of positive patients in medical care 108 people in 9 hospitals and in quarantine (Bapelkesmas).
The number of positive numbers in Bali is still largely dominated by imported cases for local transmission of 90 people. This also means that there are still people who don’t try to prevent Covid-19, such as wearing masks, washing hands, physical distancing, and others.
The Governor of Bali has issued Decree of the Governor of Bali Number 303/04-G / HK / 2020 concerning the Determination of the Extension of the Emergency Status of Disaster Disease Caused by Corona Virus in Bali Province. In this decision, the emergency response status was extended from 30 April to 30 May 2020. The status of the emergency response onwards will be evaluated in accordance with the conditions encountered in the future.
Bali Governor’s Letter number 511/3222 / Dishub, concerning Control of the Entrance of Bali through the Crossing Port in accordance with the Minister of Transportation Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 25 of 2020, transportation control during the Idul Fitri homecoming period of 1441 Hijriyah came into force from May 1, 2020.
Regional quarantine was carried out in Serokadan, Abuan Village, Kec. Susut, Bangli as a follow-up to the results of the rapid test conducted from 30 April 2020 to May 1, 2020. The results of the rapid test will be followed up in the form of a swab check to determine whether the condition of the residents is positive or negative Covid-19.
Public kitchen to meet the logistics of a quarantined community independently in Br. Serokadan, prepared at one junior high school in Br. Abuan by Task Force Covid-19 Bali Province assisted by Bangli District Police Personnel and Bangli 1626 Kodim.
Travel permits are excluded for logistical, health, diplomatic transport, the task of state institutions, and logistics handling in Covid 19. This aims to prevent the spread of Covid 19. In this regard, the Provincial Government of Bali through the Bali Province Coordination Task Force for the Acceleration of Covid-19 Handling gives an appeal on the Balinese people to comply with these regulations with full discipline as an effort to prevent the spread of Covid 19.
In connection with this policy also through the Task Force and collaborating with district/city governments, Indonesian National Armed Forces, Police and the central government in the region together to enforce the regulation of the Minister of Transportation by making efforts to strengthen the security at the entrance of the island of Bali at Ngurah Rai Airport, Gilimanuk Port, Benoa Harbor, and Padang Bai Port. If the community will cross the lane, the officers will guard the entrance.
For this reason, Dewa Indra implores the understanding of the public to comply with regulations and it is better to stay at home. This tightening is not only done by the Bali Provincial Government but also other local governments are also doing the same thing. Likewise, indigenous Balinese who are outside the region, especially in areas that carry out large-scale social restrictions and red zone areas, the government has requested to stay at home.