Jakarta, CNN Indonesia –
Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling Covid-19 acknowledges the realization of daily data on cases that are planned to be displayed on a daily basis real time still not possible in the near future. That is because the data synchronization process is owned 514 district/City in Indonesia it is still very complicated.
Data real time what is meant is the process of publishing daily Covid-19 data which can increase directly every hour when there are additional new cases. The data can later be monitored nationally.
“We are not tired to always improve data quality and data integration in Indonesia. Synchronizing this data is indeed a tough job and Indonesia is never ready, as well as many countries in the world who are not ready,” said Wiku, Spokesperson for the Covid-19 Task Force. Adisasmito in a press conference broadcast on the Youtube channel of the Presidential Secretariat, Thursday (24/9).
Wiku said that Indonesia is a large country with a stretch of thousands of islands. Therefore, it is not surprising that the data collection process, so that the integration is quite heavy. Moreover, currently the government through the Covid-19 Task Force is struggling to control this pandemic.
Technically, Wiku describes the process to data real time This must pass recording at regional points, then need to experience synchronization to enter the national data held by the Ministry of Health. So that the complete data integration can be announced to the public at that time.
“To be able to get data real time“There are so many obstacles and challenges that must be overcome, starting from the process of recording, reporting, to collecting an integrated data system from all regions,” he explained.
Nevertheless, his party will continue to make efforts to realize this promise even though it is still constrained by various things, including the speed of data delivery in the world of digitization. According to Wiku, the Covid-19 Task Force will continue to try to approach the appearance of data online real time, in order to avoid several cases of discrepancies between national and regional data.
“Please be patient and help us be supported so that the recording becomes better and there is no difference in data collection between the central and regional governments, so that decision making can be accurate because the data is of high quality,” he concluded.
After the government decided not to announce the development of daily Covid-19 data in July, Wiku stated that data could still be monitored on the official Government website regarding Covid-19.
At that time, Wiku also promised to immediately change the delivery of data to be more interactive and in real time, to facilitate the delivery of information both to regional heads and to the public at large.
(khr / agt)