Until Monday, April 6, 2020 reached 17,616.
Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling COVID-19 in Jakarta said the number of volunteers who registered as of Monday 6 April 2020 at 17.00 WIB reached 17,616 people with the most registrants coming from DKI Jakarta and West Java.”Of that number, 3,326 are medical volunteers, while 14,290 are non-medical volunteers,” said Chairman of the Volunteer Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling COVID-19, Andre Rahadian, Tuesday, April 7, 2020.
In addition to DKI Jakarta and West Java, there are also volunteers from Sumatra and Sulawesi, and other regions in Indonesia. Andre said he did not mention the number of details of volunteers from each province.On that occasion, Andre explained that medical volunteers had been placed in a number of priority health facilities, one of which was the COVID-19 Emergency Hospital at Wisma Atlet, Jakarta.”Priority of medical volunteers is placed at Wisma Atlet Hospital, Bintaro Hospital, COVID-19 special hospital on Galang Island, and field hospital in Jakarta,” he said.
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How to Register Covid-19 Volunteers
Meanwhile, the Coordinator of the COVID-19 Acceleration and Handling Communication Task Force, Joannes Joko, explained that the number of volunteers might reach around 30,000 people.”From the Ministry of Education (and Culture) there are around 15,000, not to mention from SOEs, there are approximately 30,000,” Joko said.
COVID-19 Task Force for the Acceleration and Handling will now bring together all the volunteer data so that the information is centered on one door. The unification of volunteer data, according to him, is important so that the distribution of resources can be effective and well targeted.Even so, Andre and Joko argued that the entire community could play a role as volunteers helping vulnerable groups and those who needed help during a pandemic in their respective environments.
So far, the volunteers have helped the government distribute food, drinks, vitamins, and other supplements to health workers at the referral hospital and community health center (puskesmas) in DKI Jakarta.People who want to join as volunteers or need help can contact the Task Force Volunteer Desk via e.
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The Ministry of BUMN Needs Volunteers Against Corona, ‘Singles’ Preferred
Facing a new corona virus outbreak, Covid-19, which has infected 309 people in Indonesia, there is no other way but for all elements of the community to work together to reduce its spread. Every little action is very meaningful to eradicate this virus.This effort is being initiated by the Ministry of BUMN which is looking for a number of volunteers who will move in the medical and non-medical fields.
Ministry of BUMN invites the sons and daughters of the nation to become volunteers of the task force in alerting and anticipating Covid-19,” wrote the Ministry of SOEs quoted from celebrities received by Dream, Friday, March 20, 2020.Later this volunteer will help in logistics and operations to prepare a second line if the referral hospital has exceeded its capacity.
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Later, the volunteers will be given training and debriefing on Covid-19 work from the Indonesia Health Corporation.To carry out the action, the volunteers will certainly be equipped with adequate personal protective equipment (PPE).Volunteers will also be given medical expenses while on duty. Plus, the appreciation from the government is in the form of community service charter.
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Following are the medical and non-medical volunteer criteria offered by the Ministry of SOEs.
1. Maximum age of 36 years and preferably not married.
2. Declared healthy with hospital / doctor’s certificate.
3. Do not smoke and the like.
4. Ready to commit and be responsible accompanied by permission from the family (guardian / spouse)
5. Domiciled in Jabodetabek
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How to Register
Friends who want to join the Covid-19 relief volunteer can register at http:// gggg/Volunteer_COVID19.Voluntary registration opens from Thursday 19 March 2020 and closes on Friday (3/20) at 24.00 WIB.Ministry of BUMN and FHCI will announce the results of voluntary selection and Covid-19 tests for selected volunteers on Saturday. Selected volunteers will receive guidance and training on Sunday, March 22, 2020 and start working on Monday, March 23, 2020.
Ministry of SOEs set a number of Covid-19 voluntary prevention protocols by providing training and training for Covid-19 occupational safety from the Indonesia Healthcare Corporation (IHC), personal protective equipment (PPE), and health care costs while volunteering. Volunteers who have registered will be contacted further as needed.