Even though his leg looked limping due to a sprained, he excitedly dragged the suitcase and approached the pick-up car to go home.
“Really miss, let’s hurry over there! We haven’t seen each other for 20 days! You don’t feel like it? Almost a month, I didn’t see Mother, I didn’t see the children,” he said to the team that picked him up.
To people who are positive for Covid-19, he gave tips, namely to stay calm. Calmness will keep the body’s immune against viruses.
Conversely, if you panic, it can cause congenital diseases to appear one by one.
“When we panic, stress. That’s what triggers it. For example, if we have high blood pressure, it increases blood pressure. If we have blood sugar it goes up too. Cholesterol rises, and so on,” he said.
Previously it was reported, Bali Governor Wayan Koster had said that around 20 people in the official residence environment, in Jaya Sabha, Denpasar, Bali, were confirmed positive for Covid-19.
In fact, four of Koster’s aides were also exposed to corona.
Of the four aides, two were declared cured. However, one aide who recovered has not been allowed to work. Meanwhile, the other two aides are still in quarantine.
In addition, a number of waiters and gardeners at the official residence of the Governor of Bali have also been exposed to Covid-19.
As of Friday (25/9/2020), there were a total of 8,389 positive cases of Covid-19 in Bali Province. Of that number, 6,828 patients recovered or about 81.39 percent of the total cases.
Meanwhile, 245 patients died or about 2.92 percent of the total cases.
The active cases totaled 1,316 cases or around 15.59 percent.
They were treated at 17 referral hospitals and several quarantine centers, such as Bapelkesmas, UPT Nyitdah, Wisma Bima, and BPK Pering.
JAKARTA, iNews.id – Districts Buleleng, Bali recorded as districts / cities with cases of dengue fever (DBD) highest in Indonesia. Three other areas in Bali, namely Badung, Denpasar and Gianyar, are also included in the top 10 regions with the highest DHF cases.
“In this regency, the highest city is in Bali,” said the Director of Prevention and Control of Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases. Ministry of Health (Kemkes), Didik Budijanto in a webinar in Jakarta, Tuesday (15/9/2020).
He said, based on data from the Ministry of Health until September 2020, the total number of dengue cases in Indonesia reached 84,734 cases. Buleleng occupies the top position with 2,677 cases, followed by Bandung, West Java with 2,138 cases, and Badung with 2,138 cases. According to him, there are several risk factors that cause dengue, including viruses and environmental conditions.
“If we look at the occurrence of dengue there are several causes, the first is the dengue virus itself, which is included in the arthropod borne virus. This is what we must anticipate. Then also from mosquitoes, so mosquitoes from the genus of viruses are quite small, 55 mm in size, “he said.
In addition, from the side of the Aedes aegypti mosquito that carries the dengue virus. As well as environmental factors that affect the life cycle of this Aedes aegypti mosquito.
“Then from the host or the human, how is the circulation, how is the life cycle of the host host when an infection occurs in someone. And related to this are environmental risk factors. Because a lot of rain is fed in our area, “he said.
Didik said the Aedes aegypti mosquito population that causes DHF increases during the rainy season. This needs to be the attention of the community in order to clean the environment
“The DHF life cycle occurs because of rain. So during the rainy season there is a high case, but during the dry season the mosquito population is low. But once it rains again the population increases again. Now this is because our environment has the potential to become a nest for laying eggs to become mosquito larvae, “he said.
According to him, the efforts that can be made to prevent this dengue case are mainly through the activities of Eradicating Mosquito Nests (PSN) and 3M Plus. The eradication effort is considered to be optimal, especially since many people have started working from home because of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB).
“Efforts to be able to control when the season changes from dry to rainy. This is what needs to be anticipated with PSN and 3M Plus activities, this is what we can do, “said Didik.
The following is the data on dengue cases in the 10 highest city districts:
No matter what you say, there is a meaning stored in the greetings of Galungan Holy Day.
He explained that the meaning of the chanting was praying for each other to receive protection from God and the ancestors.
The addition of the word ancestors in the congratulations is the philosophy of Hindus who strongly believe that the ancestors are a bridge between humans and God.
“So the protection of ancestors is very important in Bali. And if we see, pretending in Bali is mostly a temple for the ancestors, not for God. That’s the real meaning,” he explained.
AFP PHOTO / SONNY TUMBELAKA A number of Hindus hold a ceremony in celebration of Galungan Day at Jagatnatha Temple, Denpasar, Bali, Wednesday (1/11/2017). The Galungan celebration was held to commemorate the victory of Dharma (good) against Adharma (evil) for Hindus, as well as gratitude to Ida Sang Hyang Widi Wasa for the creation of the universe and its contents.
If you are still confused about how to say Happy Galungan Holy Day to Hindus, below Kompas.com the summary of the group is summarized from Pitana and Tribune Bali:
1. Happy Celebrating the Holy Galungan Day, May Dharma Win Over Adharma
2. Happy Holidays Galungan, May God and the Ancestors Always Give Gifts to All of Us
3. Happy Galungan Day, May the Meaning of Dharma Victory Over Adharma We Can Implement It in Our Daily Life
4. Happy New Year Galungan and Kuningan all of you. May God bless you with peace.
(Congratulations on the feast of the universe Galungan and Kuningan all my relatives. May Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa give peace)
9. Numbas pajeng ring Kedonganan, memargi nyambi numbas ajengan. Blessed Galungan and Kuningan, let us all find happiness.
(Buying an umbrella in Kedonganan, walking while buying food. Happy Galungan and Kuningan Holidays, I hope we all find blessings)
10. Blessed are the days of Galungan and Kuningan, the glory of the Lord and the glory of his people.
(Happy Galungan and Kuningan Holidays, to all of us, especially Hindus everywhere) “
11. Lugrayang I wish you luck to stay in Galungan today. And let our work always go well.
(Allow me to congratulate Galungan at this time. And I hope our ceremony will always go well)
SHUTTERSTOCK/SONY HERDIANA Illustration of performing a series of rituals at Pura Tirta Empul.
12. Blessed be the face of Galungan and Kuningan (Happy Hari Raya Galungan and Kuningan).On this day of dharma let us always spread compassion to all the people so that this earth becomes light so that it is far from disaster.
13. Blessed be the day of Galungan and Kuningan, may the Lord Widhi Wasa suaeca Asung Kertha Wara Nugraha be with you all.
(Happy Hari Raya Galungan and Kuningan, may the Almighty God always bless us all)
14. Blessed be the day of Galungan and Kuningan, may the Lord Widhi Wasa wish you peace and prosperity in the same world.
(Happy Hari Raya Galungan and Kuningan, may Almighty God always provide the well-being and security of this universe)
“Yesterday the phone was stolen from me, there is a very professional phone thief mafia who is now trying in every way [telefonā] get in, send funny messages, call me. They are trying to get in on the phone in every way, hopefully it won’t work, hopefully I won’t make a stupid mistake, “Kubasova told about the bad situation on Instagram on Sunday, September 7.
It is clear from Kubasova that she was not left completely out of touch, because she has another phone.
The model then showed what letter she had received from the thieves – it said that her phone had been found and that it had to be clicked on a suspicious website to retrieve it.
“I ignored these fake emails, checked everything, changed the passwords, how else to keep my account secure? I’m sure they will ask for a ransom for their phone, because they will not be present, but then we will see,” Kubasova addressed the followers.
The island of Bali, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Indonesia, as well as one of the most popular sites for those who prefer tropical seas, will no longer welcome foreign visitors until the end of this year in an attempt to stem the spread of Covid-19.
This was announced by the governor of the province, Wayan Koster, according to which the decision to deny tourists access to the island is “in line with government policy”, which has prohibited Indonesian citizens from leaving the country at least until the end of 2020.
Beaches, temples and attractions of the pearl nestled between the Bali Sea and the Indian Ocean have been open to local tourists since the end of July, while for the return of foreigners there was initially talk of 11 September. Now the slip. The governor added that the president’s executive Joko Widodo it “fully” supports the island’s recovery plans, but that it is necessary to “be careful”. Koster then stresses that we must be “well prepared”, because a failure by Bali to contain the spread of the virus would have “a big impact on the image of Indonesia in the eyes of the world” and then added that, according to a refrain now also known in our latitudes, the island’s authorities will now concentrate on the effort to increase internal tourism “.
An empty tourist shop in Gianyar
The pandemic has hit Bali hard, whose economy is about 80 percent based on tourism. According to data released in the local press, over 2,500 people employed in the sector have lost their jobs, while more than 73,000 have been forced to take unpaid leave.
The island, which had welcomed over 6 million tourists in 2019, has seen that figure drop drastically. And with hotels and restaurants forced to close or to work in small ranks, many residents have been forced to return to previous farming activities, as has happened in other oceanic edens, not least Easter Island.
On the island, registered cases of coronavirus infection are currently around 4,000 with 49 deaths, while in the whole of Indonesia the toll speaks of over 157,000 confirmed cases, for just under 7,000 deaths.
For fear of the spread of the new type of corona virus, foreign tourists are no longer allowed to go to the Indonesian holiday island of Bali until the end of the year. The island government announced that now. What is the background?
The popular Indonesian vacation island Bali is because of the Corona-Pandemie Do not allow foreign holidaymakers into the country until the end of the year. The regional authorities had originally planned to receive international guests again from September 11th. “But we have to be careful, we can’t rush something like that. We have to be well prepared,” the newspaper “Jakarta Post” quoted the regional government as saying on Monday. “When it comes to revitalizing tourism, Bali must not fail because this could damage Indonesia’s image in the world.” An opening at this point in time is not yet safe for people, it said.
Local tourists are still allowed to enter
The Indonesian government in Jakarta had already announced ten days ago that the travel ban for foreigners would be extended until the end of the year. The aim on both Bali and the other islands of the archipelago is now to revive local tourism.
Foreign holidaymakers have not been allowed to enter since March Indonesia. The Southeast Asian country is particularly hard hit by the virus. In the archipelago of nearly 270 million people, more than 155,000 cases have been confirmed so far, with nearly 6,800 people connected to it Covid-19 died.
At the end of July, Bali received local guests again for the first time, who were welcomed at the airport with garlands of flowers. However, the island, which is known for its rice fields, temples and unique culture, is primarily dependent on international guests. According to the Jakarta Post, Bali’s economy collapsed by more than ten percent in the second quarter.