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The Jakarta COVID-19 task force recorded a growing number of the city's medical workers that contracted the coronavirus.
Jakarta has conducted Covid-19 rapid tests to 17,534 of its residents and 282 individuals tested positive for the coronavirus.
President Jokowi requested the use of COVID-19 rapid test kits to be prioritized for medical workers and persons under supervision.
Achmad Yurianto, the government spokesman for the Covid-19 handling, announced that a total of 1,046 Covid-19 cases has been recorded.
Bekasi health agency on Thursday plans to immediately launch mass door-to-door coronavirus rapid tests.
The Ministry of Home Affairs says the COVID-19 rapid test kit has been distributed to health centers in Jakarta.
Indonesia's central administration has provided 125,000 rapid test kits to 34 provinces related to COVID-19 pandemic.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo asserted that the coronavirus rapid test is prioritized for doctors and medical personnel.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan Tweeted on Monday that the COVID-19 rapid test the city plans to hold again will not be a massive public test.
COVID-19 spokesman said the Health Ministry is in the middle of testing the possibility to conduct rapid tests to determine coronavirus infections.