Jakarta's COVID-19 Response Team

Jakarta's COVID-19 Hotline

DKI Jakarta COVID-19 Monitoring Data

January 21st, 2020 until today

About COVID-19

What is COVID-19?

Coronavirus Disease 2019 or COVID-19 is new illness that can cause lung inflammations and respiratory problems. The disease is caused by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Clinical symptoms vary from ones similar to the common cold (coughs, runny nose, sore throat, sore muscles, headaches) to severe complications (pneumonia and sepsis).

How is COVID-19 transmitted?

COVID-19 is a new disease and scientists are still learning on how the disease spread in the population. However, it is thought that the disease is mainly spread through respiratory droplets and close contact with infected person. Droplets are small particles spat out through the mouth when one coughs, sneezes, or speaks. These droplets may contain viruses which may cause the disease. Droplets are able to travel a certain distance (usually about 1 meter).

Droplets can stick to clothing or objects around an infected person when they sneeze or cough. However, droplet particles are quite large so they could not stay in the air for too long. Therefore, the sick are required to use a mask in order to prevent the droplets from spreading. Until now, there has been no scientific evidence of COVID-19 being transmitted through food.

Symptoms


Coughs and Sore Throat


High Fever


Shortness of breath

COVID-19 starts off similar to the common cold, and gradually develops to more severe conditions such as pneumonia (lung inflammations that results in breathing difficulties). If you suffer from the aforementioned symptoms and have traveled to China and other infected countries or have been exposed to anyone who may be infected with COVID-19, you are advised to call the emergency response number of the COVID-19 Jakarta Department of Health at 112 or at 081 388 376 955 or 081 112 112 112 via WhatsApp to get further direction.

Having Some Symptoms?

Having Some Symptoms?

Do self-assessment check provided by the Jakarta Department of Health

Start COVID-19 Self-Assessment

Protecting Yourself from COVID-19

The following are several things you should or should not do to prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus:

Do's


Stay inside the house; work from home, study from home, and worship at home


Regularly wash your hands with water and soap for at least 20 seconds, or use alcohol-based (60% alcohol at minimum) hand sanitizers


Clean and disinfect often-touched objects, such as your phone screen


Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue every time you sneeze or cough or into your upper sleeve


Only wear masks if you are ill. Replace your mask regularly and do not leave your home if you feel unwell


Live a healthy lifestyle by eating right and exercising

Dont's


Be near to a person who is sick, coughing, or sneezing


Touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unsanitized hands


Stockpile necessities such as masks or hand sanitizers


Leave your home when you are sick

See also: Frequently Asked Questions

Do the following if you
experience symptoms of COVID-19

Do the following if you experience symptoms of COVID-19

Call the COVID-19 Hotline at 112, 081 112 112 112 and 081 388 376 955
Wear masks (surgical masks) and replace them regularly to prevent spreading the illness to others
Limit receiving guests at your home, avoid face-to-face contact to prevent further spread of the virus
Do not leave your home and keep your distance from other people including family members
Ask friends, family members, or other services to help with matters outside the home
Do this for 14 days to help reduce the spread of the virus

Treating COVID-19 Patients

Currently there is no specific medications for patients with COVID-19. The treatments currently available aim to relieve symptoms. You must remain isolated from others until you have fully recovered.

COVID-19 Hotline

COVID-19 Hotline

Call this service if you:

  1. Experience symptoms of COVID-19
  2. Have traveled from countries infected with COVID-19
  3. Have had face-to-face contact with confirmed COVID-19 patients

For further references visit:
National Disaster Mitigation Agency
Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia
World Health Organization

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