A firefighters try to extinguish a bush fire on peatlands in Pekanbaru, Riau province, Indonesia March 19, 2019. The Terra and Aqua Satellites, on Wednesday morning, detected a total of 187 hotspots on Sumatra Island, including 165 in Riau Province, according to the Pekanbaru meteorology station. ANTARA/Rony Muharrman

Firefighters try to extinguish a bush fire on peatlands in Pekanbaru, Riau province, Indonesia March 19, 2019. The number of hotspots in Riau increased to 165, from 156 on the previous day, according to a statement issued by the local meteorology station. ANTARA/Rony Muharrman

Firefighters try to extinguish a bush fire on peatlands in Pekanbaru, Riau province, Indonesia March 19, 2019. In Riau, 39 hotspots were found in Bengkalis District, 37 in Pelalawan, 31 in Meranti Islands, 17 in Rokan Hilir, 16 in Dumai, 11 in Siak, six in Indragiri Hulu, three in Indragiri Hilir, two each in Kampar and Rokan Hulu, and one in Pekanbaru. ANTARA/Rony Muharrman

A police officer jump to avoid a bush fire on peatlands in Dumai, Riau province, Indonesia March 16, 2019. Of the 12 districts in Riau, only Kuantan Singingi had no hotspot. Of the total 165 hotspots, 107 had an accuracy of above 70 percent of being spots of forest fires. ANTARA/Aswaddy Hamid

A journalist take a picture a bush fire on peatlands in Pekanbaru, Riau province, Indonesia March 16, 2019. The 107 hotspots comprised 27 in Bengkalis, 20 in Meranti Islands, 19 in Pelalawan, 13 in Dumai, 11 in Rokan Hilir, seven in Siak, five in Indragiri Hulu, two each in Indragiri Hilir and Rokan Hulu, and one in Pekanbaru. ANTARA/Rony Muharrman

Firefighters try to push a fire truck in extinguish a bush fire on peatlands in Pekanbaru, Riau province, Indonesia March 19, 2019. The Riau provincial administration has declared a forest fire emergency status until October 2019. Peatland fires have occurred since January 2019, and the number significantly increased during March. Since January 2019, wildfires had gutted a total area of 2,038 hectares in the province, including 1,045 hectares in Bengkalis, Edwar Sanger, head of the Riau Disaster Mitigation Office (BPBD), stated on Tuesday. ANTARA/Rony Muharrman