A Covid-19 Task Force: the Positivity Rate because of the Implementation of PON Papua Only 1.13%

goodmorningpapua.com – A spokesman for the Covid-19 Task Force, Wiku Adisasmito, revealed that the 20th Papua National Sports Week (PON) only resulted in 176 cases of Covid-19. In fact, Wiku said this figure was quite low with a positivity rate of only 1.13% of the total 10,000+ contingents who participated.

“We have been able to slowly return to productivity but remain safe with the implementation of the 20th PON in Papua which in fact caused only 176 cases out of a total of 10 thousand more contingents or the positivity rate was around 1.13%. It’s quite low,” said Wiku in a virtual press conference, Tuesday (26/10/2021).

Wiku revealed that learning from the experience of implementing the Papua PON, Indonesia is also preparing the Superbike agenda in Mandalika. In fact, now there are 5 regencies in NTB where 4 of them are at level 1.

“And learning from this experience, the next big event, namely Superbike in Mandalika, is also being prepared. Of the 5 regencies in NTB, 4 of them are at level 1 and only one area is at level 2,” he said. Besides, Wiku said that efforts to accelerate vaccination towards the 70% dose target were carried out.

“With relatively high achievements in the city of Mataram 92.74%, in West Lombok 56.37%, in Central Lombok 68.69%, East Lombok 48.29% and North Lombok 69.59%.  This has been carried out in preparation for the mobilization flow for the arrival of spectators who will enter the location,” said Wiku.

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