Maluku Residents Worry About COVID-19, ACT Maluku Intensifies Disinfection

On Monday, the disinfection targeted the Alfatah General Hospital Ambon, LIN Stain Bus Station, Amans Hotel, Jl. Kebun Cengkeh, and other public facilities.

ACT-MRI Maluku sprayed disinfectants in Alfatah Hospital, Ambon, Monday. (3/23). (ACTNews)

ACTNews, AMBON - Until Wednesday (3/25), there has been one confirmed COVID-19 case in Maluku. The Maluku Province COVID-19 Prevention Acceleration Task Force reported that there were 96 People Under Observation (ODP) and 4 Patients Under Supervision (PDP), reported from malukutrekini.com.

Wahab Loilatu, ACT Maluku Branch Manager said that the spread of COVID-19 in Maluku has been quite alarming for the local residents, especially in the city of Ambon. Various efforts have been made to break the transmission of the disease, one of which is spraying disinfectant liquid in a number of public facilities.

"ACT Maluku itself has sprayed disinfectants in a number of public facilities. For example, on Monday (3/23), our team disinfected several points in Ambon City. This is our endeavor to prevent the rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Ambon," Wahab explained.

On Monday, the disinfection targeted the Alfatah General Hospital Ambon, LIN Stain Bus Station, Amans Hotel, Jl. Kebun Cengkeh, and other public facilities. The Ambonese are very enthusiastic about the disinfection by ACT Maluku. They are grateful that there are people who help intensify the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 in Ambon.

Artur, an employee at The Amans Hotel, greatly appreciated the disinfection. "I, on behalf of the Amans Hotel’s staff, am very grateful to ACT for its anticipation in preventing COVID-19 by spraying disinfectant, especially in the city of Ambon," said Artur.

Wahab added, ACT will continue to intensify the mitigation to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Ambon. "For the disinfection, Insha Allah, we will do it also for the next month. Hopefully, this endeavor can reduce the potential for the spread of COVID-19, "Wahab hoped. []