July 2, 2020, 07.52 PM

SURABAYA, KOMPAS.com – Surabaya Mayor Tri 'Risma' Rismaharini met with key medical staff of hospitals and health centers to discuss the East Java city’s next move in addressing the growing number of Covid-19 cases.

Risma met with a number of hospital directors, heads of community healthcare centers (Puskesmas), and sub-district officials from Surabaya on July 1.

Expert Staff members at Indonesia’s Ministry of Health Daniel Tjen, Jajang Edi Priyatno, and Alexander Kaliaga Ginting attended the meeting.

Read also: In Tears and on Her Knees, Mayor Risma Appeals to Doctors at Covid-19 Public Event

At the meeting, Risma passed around a piece of paper then asked each hospital director and sub-district officials to write down their needs and challenges when dealing with Covid-19 patients.

“Please Sir and Madam, write on the paper. Whatever problem you have, we are all in this together in overcoming the difficulties,” said Risma at Surabaya City Hall.

Risma highlighted the range of measures the city’s government has undertaken to break the chain of transmission.

Read also: East Java Governor Forms Covid-19 Hunter Joint Team to Cut Transmission Rate

Under her leadership, Risma’s administration has amped up contact tracing efforts, provided additional food supplies, and created the Kampung Tangguh Wani Jogo Suroboyo.

The inclusion of sub-district government officials is part of Risma’s outreach effort to better understand the obstacles in identifying Covid-19 patients.

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