Covid-19 Task Force: The Covid-19 Red Zone Dropped 41.4 Percent in a Week
The government determines the zoning for red (high risk), orange (medium risk), yellow (low risk), and green (without cases). A complete list of ...
Editor: Lia Sisvita Dinatri
As of Sunday (13/9/2020), there were 41 districts/cities that were included in the red zone, now it is reduced from the previous week as many as 70 regions.
"This is good news, meaning that in Indonesia, the number of red zones has decreased from 70 to 41 (districts/cities)," said Spokesperson for the Covid-19 Task Force, Wiku Adisasmito in a press statement from the Presidential Palace, Jakarta, Tuesday (15/9/2020).
This zoning is based on three indicators, namely epidemiology, public health surveillance, and health services.
Of the three indicators, the government determines the zoning for red (high risk), orange (medium risk), yellow (low risk), and green (without cases).
A complete list of zoning for each region can be seen on the Covid19.go.id website.
However, the number of red zones has decreased, the orange zones have actually increased.
The number of areas with the orange zone increased from 267 in the first week of September to 293 in the second week.
The increase in the number of areas in the orange zone was contributed by the area that decreased in status from the red zone.
In addition, there is also the addition of areas rising from the yellow zone or green zone.
Meanwhile, the number of yellow zone areas also increased, from 114 districts/cities in the first week of September to 129 districts / cities in the second week. On the contrary, the number of green zone areas is decreasing.
The number of regions that did not report new cases decreased from 38 districts/cities to 29.
Meanwhile, the number of areas that have never been affected has decreased from 25 districts/cities to 22. (*)
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