All Indonesian Citizens Evacuated from Wuhan were Declared Healthy, Here's the Detailed Information
Fadjroel also expressed his gratitude to all Indonesian people who supported the repatriation of Indonesian citizens from Wuhan.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - The Presidential Palace through President Jokowi's Spokesperson, Fadjroel Rachman, ensured that all Indonesian citizens who were picked up from Wuhan, China, had been declared healthy according to WHO (World Health Organization) standards.
"All Indonesian citizens who were picked up in this humanitarian evacuation were confirmed to be all declared healthy through health procedures according to WHO standards," Fadjroel said via text message to reporters in Jakarta, Sunday (2/2/2020), quoted from Antara
Launch from Kompas.com, He ensured that the Government carried out all humanitarian evacuation and transit observation processes based on Presidential Instruction No. 4/2019 under the coordination of two Coordinating Ministers, Menkopolhukam and Menko PMK.
He invited all people to get together through these difficult times well.
"Once again, let us work together, shoulder to shoulder to face and get through these difficult times for the sake of humanity inherent in all of us. Welcome back to our beloved homeland, Indonesia! "He said.
Humanitarian evacuation mission 245 Indonesian citizens wanted by all Indonesian people, from several city locations (including Wuhan) in Hubei Province, China, on Sunday February 2020.
Fadjroel added, as soon as he arrived in the homeland, according to the statement of the Foreign Minister, Minister of Health, Commander of the TNI, the 245 Indonesian citizens will undergo a transit observation at the TNI military base in Natuna which has complete facilities, a hospital managed by a team of doctors from three dimensions (AD, AU, AL). (*)
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