Adding to 4,071, Covid-19 Cases in Indonesia Now 252,923

Data on the number of exposure to Covid-19 in Indonesia until September 22, 2020 at 12.00 WIB (Source: covid19.go.id)

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.TV – The number of positive cases Covid-19 continues to grow rapidly until Tuesday (22/9/2020).

The government has again updated the data on the number of positive patients, died and recovered via the website covid.go.id.

Based on government data until Tuesday (22/9/2020) at 12.00 WIB, there were an addition of 4,071 new cases Covid-19 in the last 24 hours.

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The addition caused the Covid-19 cases in Indonesia to become 252,923 people.

In addition, there were an additional 160 patients who died so that the total number of patients who died from Covid-19 now numbered 9,837.

On the other hand, the good news is that the number of patients confirmed positive for Covid-19 who are declared cured continues to grow.

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Record 4,176 Daily Cases, Here are 41 Regions with Red Zone Status Page all

KOMPAS.com – Today, Monday (21/9/2020), Indonesia again recorded a record for the highest daily case number of 4,176 cases.

With this addition, Indonesia has reported 248,852 total cases of virus infection corona since first announced in March 2020.

In addition, Indonesia also reported 124 new deaths due to Covid-19, bringing the total death toll to 9,677 people, the highest in Southeast Asia.

Although various efforts have been made to contain the rate of spread, the number of infection cases has not yet increased.

Even in the last ten day period (12-21 September), the daily average of cases reached 3,791. DKI Jakarta, East Java and Central Java are still the areas with the highest infection cases.

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In addition, until now, there are still 41 regions with status Red zone or high risk. Here’s the list:

1. North Sumatra
Deli Serdang
Sibolga City
Mandailing Christmas
Medan city

2. South Sumatra
For example Muara

3. Riau
Pekanbaru City
Siak
Kampar

4. Maluku
Ambon City

5. Riau Islands
Batam city

6. East Kaimantan
Bontang City
Samarinda City
Balikpapan City

7. Central Kalimantan
Barito Utara
Barito Timur
Palangkaraya City

8. South Kalimantan
Tapin
Kalimantan Hulu Sungai Tengah
New city

9. East Java
Banyuwangi
Pasuruan
Malang city
Pasuruan City

10. Central Java
Pati
Rembang

11. West Java
Bekasi
Depok City
Bogor city
Cimahi City

12. DKI Jakarta
west Jakarta
East Jakarta
North Jakarta

13. Bali
Badung
Gianyar
Bangli
Denpasar City
Karangasem
Buleleng

14. Aceh
Aceh Jaya
Sabang City
Aceh Besar

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There are several indicators used to calculate the status of the Covid-19 risk zone in Indonesia, namely: epidemiology, public health surveillance, and health services.

Epidemiological indicators

  • The drop in the number of positive cases in the last week was more than 50 percent from the peak
  • The drop in the number of ODP and PDP cases in the last week was more than 50 percent from the peak
  • The drop in the number of positive case deaths in the last week was more than 50 percent from the peak
  • The drop in the number of ODP and PDP deaths in the last week was more than 50 percent from the peak
  • The decrease in the number of positive cases hospitalized in the last week was more than 50 percent from the peak
  • The decline in the number of ODP and PDP cases hospitalized in the last week was more than 50 percent from the peak
  • The cumulative percentage of cases recovered from all positive cases
  • Increase in the number of completed monitoring of ODP and PDP cases over the past 2 weeks
  • Incidence rate of positive cases per 100,000 population
  • Mortality rate of positive cases per 100,000 population

Public health surveillance indicators

The number of diagnostic samples examined increased over the past 2 weeks
Positivity rate low (target of less than 5 percent positive sample of all people tested).

Health service indicators

  • The number of beds in the Referral Hospital isolation room can accommodate up to less than 20 percent of the number of COVID-19 positive patients hospitalized
  • The number of beds in the Referral Hospital can accommodate up to less than the number of ODP, PDP, and COVID-19 positive patients being treated at the hospital

With this indicator, it means that the risk zone in each of them can change at any time depending on the conditions of the spread of the corona virus pandemic.

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Alert! 7 New Symptoms of Covid-19 Infection that Make Doctors with Decades of Experience Amazed

kompas.com / PSBB Jakarta 14 September 2020

Corona virus (Covid-19) cases in Indonesia.

GridHype.ID – It seems the public is probably quite aware of it symptoms general from infection Covid-19.

Symptoms such as dry cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle aches, sore throat, and loss of the ability to smell.

In addition, we also get information symptoms in the form of a strange skin rash, marks from toenails, and even conjunctivist or red eyes.

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However, there are a number symptoms which has only recently been revealed, based on the results of research and the experiences of the doctors who handled the case.

Doing checks and seeking professional help is indeed the most appropriate step when we feel it symptoms annoying.

But knowing symptomssymptoms what appears can also be a way to protect yourself.

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Today, the Taj Mahal is re-opened … Page all

KOMPAS.comTaj Mahal reopened today, Monday (21/9/2020), after being closed for about six months due to the outbreak corona virus that hit the world, including India.

Quoting CNA, the opening of one of the most popular tourist attractions in India was carried out despite the number of cases of infection Covid-19 keep jumping.

India, the world’s most populous country with 1.3 billion people, has recorded more than 5.4 million cases of Covid-19.

Daily additions of cases corona virus of India even had touched 100,000 cases, and about 1,000 deaths every day.

Previously, the Indian government took measures to restrict territories in March. This policy has an impact on the country’s economy.

In recent months, the government has eased many restrictions including rail routes, domestic flights, opening markets and restaurants.

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Meanwhile, at the opening Taj Mahal, the Indian government limits the number of visitors.

The number of visitors to the white marble tomb in Agra City, south of New Delhi, is limited to a maximum of 5,000 people per day or a quarter of the time before coronavirus pandemic.

The Taj Mahal is known to be able to attract at least 7 million tourists each year.

Launch hindustantimes.com, no more than five visitors will be allowed at any one time inside the main mausoleum.

The site is where the tombs of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

In addition, strict health protocols will be carried out such as maintaining distance, mandatory wearing of masks, and measuring body temperature.

Taj Mahal tickets can only be purchased online online via the ASI website or available applications.

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Hotel business

Launch timesnownewsIndia’s hoteliers have begun preparations to welcome tourists after the government decided to reopen the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort.

The hotel industry suffered losses after the implementation of lockdown policies in India.

The closure of these hotels has also resulted in a number of hotel staff being laid off or wages cut.

With the reopening of the Taj Mahal, the hotel industry hopes to revive itself.

Apart from hotel businessmen, business people around the Taj Mahal have also begun to prepare by cleaning goods in their shops.

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Recognize Anosmia, The Most Typical Symptoms When Infected With Corona!

Jakarta, CNBC IndonesiaCorona virus or SARS-CoV-2, the cause of Covid-19 disease, usually causes a number of symptoms in the person it is infected with. Some of the symptoms common to infected people include high fever, cough, to easily tired.

In addition, there is also one other symptom that is most often found, namely loss of smell or anosmia.

Anosmia generally occurs in people who have the common cold due to nasal congestion, where there is swelling in the area. However, for people with Covid-19, the symptoms will be much worse.

According to Science Focus, the reason why loss of smell can occur in Covid-19 patients is because there is a protein on the surface of some human cells that can easily “bind” to the outer protein of the corona virus.

“These are cells found in the heart, lungs, intestines, throat, and nose.” explained the media in an article published in August.

“Proteins, a type of enzyme called ‘angiotensin converting enzyme II’ (ACE-2), have a specific form designed for their job – taking the angiotensin hormone, and converting it to angiotensin II, which is used around the body for things like regulating blood pressure. “Although the ACE-2 form is very compatible with angiotensin, it also binds to the sharp outer protein of the coronavirus.”

A team of scientists from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have conducted follow-up studies to measure how much ACE-2 protein is found in each cell type. The study was conducted by looking at tissue samples from a patient’s nose, says Science Focus.

They found that levels of protein in the olfactory epithelius, the tissue at the back of the nose used to detect odors, were “very high,” between 200 and 700 times higher than in other nasal areas.

The findings are also expected to show a potential way to treat infections directly through the nose.

“These olfactory support cells are needed to protect and maintain the delicate neurons in the nose that detect odors and signal that information to the brain,” said study author Dr Andrew P Lane.

“In general, when cells are infected with a virus, they undergo a process called pyroptosis – basically pressing the self-destruct button to thwart the virus. So, in all likelihood, olfactory support cells self-destruct, which in turn leads to the death of sensory neurons and loss of the sense of smell. “

Further studies looking at the recovery of Covid-19 patients have found these neurons return over time, although the long-term effects are still unknown.

“Some Covid-19 patients report a deviant odor (parosmia) persists for months after their sense of smell returns,” said Lane. “This long-term odor disorder with Covid-19 is unusual and requires further study.

“It is possible that this altered olfactory function may be permanent, but it is too early to know. We are optimistic that this will eventually disappear as the brain ‘re-learns’ to interpret signals from the regenerating olfactory layer.”

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The son of the mayor of Jambi who is positive for Corona has passed away

Jambi

The sad news came from the mayor’s family Jambi, Syarif Fasha. His son, Muhammad Fabiansyah Putra, died at the age of 13.

“We just got information. If just now, the youngest son of the mayor of Jambi died at 13:15 WIB. Therefore we send a deep sorrow, I hope you will be accepted by Allah SWT,” said Deputy Mayor of Jambi, Maulana, in a video sent by the Jambi City Government, Monday (21/9/2020).

Fasha’s youngest son died in Jakarta after undergoing treatment at a hospital. The deceased was treated for kidney disease.

Maulana invited Jambi residents to hold occult prayers and pray for Fabiansyah. He hopes that the Fasha family will be given courage.

“Let us pray together and perform occult prayers to accompany the departure of the ananda Fabiansyah Putra. We also pray that the family of the mayor of Jambi, Syarif Fasha, will be given courage and that you will be given health,” said Maulana.

Previously, Jambi Mayor Syarif Fasha was also hospitalized in Jakarta after being confirmed positive for Coronavirus. Apart from Fasha, his wife and two children, including Fabiansyah, tested positive Corona.

“The first confirmed positive is the second son of the mayor of Jambi, then the second son has close contact with the mother guardian and the mother of the guardian also has close contact with the third son of the mayor. Therefore when the swab test they were all confirmed positive for COVID. -19, “said Deputy Mayor of Jambi City, Maulana, from the video that was seen detikcom, Saturday (19/9).

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Recent Developments in Clinical Trials of COVID-19 Vaccines in 4 Global Companies

German company BioNTech is working with New York-based Pfizer and Chinese drug maker Fosun Pharma to develop an mRNA vaccine that will be administered in two doses.

In May they launched Phase 1/2 trials on two versions of the vaccine. They found that both versions caused the volunteers to produce antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, as well as immune cells called T cells that respond to the virus.

They found that one version, called BNT162b2, produced significantly fewer side effects, such as fever and fatigue, so they opted for it to move to the Phase 2/3 trial.

On July 27, the company announced the launch of Phase 2/3 trials with 30,000 volunteers in the United States and other countries including Argentina, Brazil and Germany. In an interim study, the company reported that after getting the first dose, volunteers experienced mild to moderate side effects.

On September 12, Pfizer and BioNTech announced that they would seek to expand their US trial to 43,000 attendees.

That same month, the Trump administration awarded a $ 1.9 billion contract for 100 million doses to be delivered in December and an option to procure 500 million more doses. Meanwhile, Japan struck a deal for 120 million doses, and the European Union arranged to buy 200 million doses.

In September, Pfizer’s chief executives said they would find out if the vaccine was working as soon as October 2020. If approved, Pfizer said it hopes to produce more than 1.3 billion doses of their vaccine worldwide by the end of 2021.

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DKI Translucent Thousand More! This is the Distribution of 3,989 New Cases of COVID-19 RI on 20 September

Jakarta

The government reported 3,989 new cases COVID-19 which was confirmed on Sunday (20/09/2020). The total number of confirmed cases has now reached 244,676 cases since the Corona virus broke out in Indonesia.

DKI Jakarta has again become the province with the highest number of additional cases with 1,138 cases, followed by West Java with 427 new cases as of September 20.

Quoted from the covid19.go.id page, there are 2,977 recovered cases recorded today, while today’s Corona death cases have increased by 105 people. The cumulative total of patients recovered was 177,327 people and 9,553 died

The following are details of the distribution of 3,989 new cases Corona in Indonesia on Sunday (20/9/2020):

  1. Special Territory of Jakarta: 1,138
  2. West Java: 427
  3. East Java: 336
  4. Central Java: 303
  5. Riau: 298
  6. Banten: 179
  7. South Sulawesi: 174
  8. Bali: 121
  9. West Sumatra: 106
  10. North Sumatra: 95
  11. South Kalimantan: 85
  12. South Sumatra: 71
  13. DI Yogyakarta: 70
  14. Aceh: 68
  15. Southeast Sulawesi: 68
  16. East Kalimantan: 60
  17. West Papua: 60
  18. Gorontalo: 60
  19. Papua: 50
  20. Central Kalimantan: 44
  21. North Sulawesi: 41
  22. Central Sulawesi: 23
  23. West Nusa Tenggara: 19
  24. West Sulawesi: 15
  25. Maluku: 15
  26. Jambi: 14
  27. Lampung: 13
  28. Riau Islands: 12
  29. Bengkulu: 6
  30. West Kalimantan: 6
  31. East Nusa Tenggara: 6
  32. Bangka Belitung: 1
  33. North Kalimantan: 1

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For the ninth time, Argentina is defaulting and unable to pay its debts, and negotiations are continuing

For the ninth time in a row, Argentina has defaulted on its debt in its history. But the government of left-wing President Alberto Fernandez is seeking to strike a deal with Argentine bondholders, without starting the default.

  • For the ninth time, Argentina is defaulting and unable to pay its debts, and negotiations are continuing
    Responsible Argentine source: We are not paying the interest, but negotiations are still continuing

Argentina again defaulted on a payment of $ 500 million, but negotiations to restructure $ 66 billion of its debt are still ongoing.

“We are not paying the interest, but negotiations are continuing,” an Argentine government source told AFP.

Argentine Economy Minister Martin Guzman said, “There is still a great distance to cross, but the most important thing is that all parties are still sitting at the negotiating table to find a solution.”

Guzman explained that the extension of negotiations “provides flexibility in the event that his country decides in the coming days to introduce amendments to its proposals to reach a viable agreement with its creditors.”

Argentina extended On May 11, its proposal to restructure its debt. Argentine President Alberto Fernandez affirmed that his country remains open to negotiation with international creditors, indicating that it has extended its offer to restructure its public debt.

On the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, the Merval index recorded a decline of 1.03 percent at the close on Friday evening to reach 40,962.76 points. During the week, the stock exchange rose by 3.99 percent, while negotiations between the Argentine government and its creditors continued.

This is the ninth time that Argentina has defaulted on its debt in its history. But the government of left-wing President Alberto Fernandez is seeking to strike a deal with Argentine bondholders, without starting the default.

The Argentine government announced late Thursday the extension of the deadline set for the restructuring of debt until the second of June.

This ten-day extension only suggests that the Argentine government and its creditors could be close to an agreement even though the new deadline is not necessarily final, as the government made clear Thursday.

These negotiations were supposed to end on the eighth of May at the latest. But in the absence of an agreement, it was extended until Friday, the due date of which $ 500 million in interest must be paid.

In total, Argentina’s debt amounts to $ 324 billion, or about ninety percent of its gross domestic product.

For his part, the International Monetary Fund spokesman Gerry Rice affirmed that this international financial body supports Argentina in restructuring its debts, and “trusts the will of the two parties to continue negotiations to reach an agreement.”

Depending on the debt repayment schedule, further interest payments are due in June. With an amnesty period of thirty days, Argentina can count on a hiatus until the end of next July.

The new Corona virus has also caused a severe slowdown in the economy, forcing the government to release funds to alleviate its impact on the most vulnerable residents and businesses.

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Research: Corona COVID-19 Virus is Strong, Resilient and Heat Resistant Even Outside the Host

Liputan6.com, Budapest – A research team in Hungary is puncturing the coronavirus COVID-19 with a fine needle to measure how much force it needs before it ‘pops’ like a balloon. It wasn’t destroyed.

The ‘body’ of Sars-CoV-2 – the name of the virus that causes COVID-19 – is about 80 nanometers wide, and the tip of the needle the researchers are using is much smaller than that. The tip goes from the top of the virus to the bottom. The virion was pinched, then immediately ‘bounced’ as the needle left.

The researchers repeated this 100 times on the same virus particle and it remains almost intact.

It is “very tough,” said the team led by Dr Miklos Kellermayer of Semmelweis University in Budapest in an un-peer-reviewed paper posted on biorxiv.org on Thursday, September 17, 2020. Asia One, Saturday (19/9/2020).

The new corona virus causes COVID-19 continues to surprise scientists with its unique structure. For example, a team from Tsinghua University in Beijing released the most detailed structural reconstruction of the virus in the journal Cell this week. They found that the virus can accumulate large amounts of nucleic acid bands that carry genetic data into tightly packed wraps.

However, the viruses used in this study and other previous studies were frozen in order to get a sharp and steady shot for the camera.

The Kellermayer team captured how the virus behaved while it was still alive. They placed virus particles on trays lined with a biological binding agent.

This material can fix the position of the virus. Under a laser-emitting atomic microscope, scientists play with the virus with needles to see how it responds to various stimuli.

Viruses usually become susceptible after leaving their host. But according to some studies, Sars-CoV-2 can withstand some everyday surfaces like cupboards.

How it manages to survive environmental disturbances is unclear.

The Hungarian team found that the virus envelope gave almost no resistance when the needle tip landed on the surface. As the tip goes further, the holding force peaks and then rapidly diminishes to almost nothing.

Their experimental data suggested Sars-Cov-2 could be the most physically elastic virus known to man so far, and that the repeated deformations did not appear to affect the overall structure and content within the virus either.

“Its mechanical and healing properties alone can ensure adaptation to a variety of environmental conditions,” said Kellermayer and his research colleagues.

Chinese scientists estimate that Sars-CoV-2 has 26 spike proteins (spine proteins) on its surface that can bind with host cells. Researchers at the University of Cambridge in England gave a similar estimate of 24. A study by researchers at the Max Planck Institute in Germany put the number 40.

Meanwhile, the Kellermayer research team said there were 61 protein spikes in their specimens. This suggests that the variability in the structure of the coronavirus COVID-19 could be bigger than expected, they said.

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