‘Tired’ health officials neglected to clean up medical waste from COVID-19 testing in Surabaya

‘Tired’ health officials neglected to clean up medical waste from COVID-19 testing in Surabaya

‘Tired’ health officials neglected to clean up medical waste from COVID-19 testing in Surabaya


A whole lot of medical waste was scattered on a road in Surabaya, East Java after a mass fast evaluation that happened over the weekend, prompting an apology from town officials.A photograph that has since circulated widely on social networking reveals utilized and leftover objects scattered around the road below Suramadu Bridge, which joins Surabaya and the city of Bangkalan on Madura Island.

The Surabaya city government has apologized for its neglect, also stated the site had been cleaned up and disinfected yesterday day. Perhaps the officers were tired," Febriadhitya Prajatara, Surabaya town government's spokesperson, said ."We will offer a garbage bin devoted to health care waste, which is attracted [to analyzing websites ] by our colleagues from [the Health Agency] or the Cleanliness and Green Open Space Agency (DKRTH).  

This is obviously a lesson for us.  We deeply apologize"The unannounced quick tests were stored for men and women who hung out and assembled in audiences around the Suramadu bridge, which can be located in Kenjeran district, on Saturday night.  The place was selected because of its popularity, as it is usually crowded by people hanging outside in the region to enjoy the Madura Strait scenery on weekends.  From those reported 569 people analyzed, the outcome of 23 were declared responsive, which warrant additional testing to the coronavirus.

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