Ten more die as Indonesia confirms more than 500 COVID-19 cases

first_imgRead also: Three doctors die after testing positive for COVID-19 in JakartaYurianto also confirmed 64 new confirmed cases as of 12 p.m. on Sunday.The disease has now affected 20 of the 34 provinces across the country, including one new case in South Kalimantan, one in Maluku and two new cases in Papua — regions that previously recorded zero infections.Jakarta reported the most new COVID-19 coronavirus infections with 40 new cases, bringing the capital’s total to 307. East Java had the second-most with 15 new cases.West Java has recorded a total of 59 cases after reporting four new confirmed ones, while Central Java reported one new case, making a total of 15. Banten’s number of cases remained at 47.Yurianto also said that nine more patients had recovered from the disease after twice testing negative for COVID-19, bringing the total number of recovered patients to 29. (aly)Topics : The death toll from COVID-19 in Indonesia has risen to 48 with 10 more deaths among the 514 cases reported nationwide, Health Ministry Disease Control and Prevention Director General Achmad Yurianto announced on Sunday.Jakarta recorded the biggest increase with six new fatalities on Sunday, bringing the total in the capital to 29.The death toll in Central Java remained at three, while East Java and North Sumatra still have one each. Meanwhile, Bali and Banten each reported one new death on Sunday, bringing the total deaths in Bali to two and in Banten to three. West Java added two more deaths, bringing its total to nine.last_img read more


first_imgMalachi Eastwood, Managing Director, Gartan Technologies, pictured with the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD on a recent trade mission to Australia organised by Enterprise Ireland. The Donegal based software company is expanding its operations to Australia and opened an office in Sydney on Monday, November 3rd.Gartan Technologies, based in Letterkenny, is now a global entity due to the expansion of its business to Australia. The company develops specialised software which monitors the availability of personnel and manages their time.Gartan already has a strong customer base in the UK and Ireland and has been awarded a major contract by Fire and Rescue New South Wales (FRNSW), one of the largest Fire & Rescue operations in the world. Speaking about Gartan Technologies’ entry into the Australian market, Managing Director, Malachi Eastwood, said they are delighted to be working with FRNSW because it represents a significant step forward.“There are great opportunities in Australia but to make the most of them you need to have a presence on the ground. In fact, our decision to do so was key to securing our new relationship with FRNSW.”New South Wales is a region larger than France and in 2012/13 FRNSW responded to over 134,000 incidents. FRNSW was looking for a system that would help ensure they had sufficient personnel available to respond to emergency callouts from 338 stations.Because of the scale of the New South Wales operation, they wanted a proven solution that matched their specific requirements. Upon undertaking a rigorous evaluation of the global market, they chose Gartan because of their track record and reputation in Ireland and the UK. Malachi explains, “We work with organisations in many sectors including Health, Finance, Manufacturing and Emergency Services, that put an emphasis on ensuring their employees’ time is always properly utilised and valued. Our products do more than simply manage staff availability, they are strategic tools which enhance performance and efficiency.”“Organisations want reliable, flexible partners that consistently deliver to help them manage their employee time. It’s a proposition that we took to Australia which has been very well received. We’re especially proud to have clients in Ireland and UK who have been with us for 14, 16 and even 18 years. That’s a track record we intend to keep in Australia.” DONEGAL SOFTWARE COMPANY ANNOUNCES EXPANSION INTO AUSTRALIA was last modified: November 5th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more