Dr Andani Bantu Tingkatkam Kapastias Labkesda Surabaya

Pusat Diagnostik dan Riset Penyakit Infeksi Universitas Andalas (Unand) Padang, Sumatera Barat, siap membantu Pemkot Surabaya dalam menangani penularan virus corona.

Hal itu disampaikan Dr.dr Andani Eka Putra selaku Kepala Pusat Diagnostik dan Riset Penyakit Infeksi Unand. Menurutnya, di antara yang akan dilakukan adalah dengan meningkatkan kapasitas pengujian di laboratorium kesehatan daerah (Labkesda) Surabaya.

“Salah satu solusi yang kita rancang adalah Labkesda Surabaya itu kita aktifkan dengan target se-optimal mungkin. Paling tidak pada akhir Agustus Labkesda Surabaya bisa sampai 4.000 sampel per hari,” kata Andani.

Andani telah menemui Wali Kota Surabaya Tri Rismaharini pada Sabtu (18/7/2020). Dia menyatakan, jika Labkesda Surabaya mampu menguji 4.000 sampel per hari otomatis jumlah angka positif di Surabaya juga akan meningkat.

“Tidak usah takut dengan jumlah positivity rate yang banyak, nanti sembuhnya juga cepat. Orang-orang tanpa gejala itu akan sembuh 14 hari. Dengan cara seperti itu, angka kematian turun otomatis, dan penyebaran di masyarakat berkurang,” terangnya.

Sembari menunggu pengembangan kapasitas pengujian di Labkesda, Dr. Andani mengatakan, sementara waktu sampel di Surabaya akan dikirim ke Lab di Unand, Kota Padang, Sumatera Barat.

“Untuk sampel (di Surabaya) itu, sementara akan dikirim ke Padang untuk pemeriksaan. Kapasitas di sana besar, bisa mengerjakan 3.000 per hari,” katanya.

Hingga Maret 2020, Penduduk Miskin di Jawa Timur Ada 4,4 Juta Jiwa

Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS) Jatim mencatat pada bulan Maret 2020, jumlah penduduk miskin di Jawa Timur tercatat 4.419,10 ribu jiwa (11,09 persen). Hal ini bertambah sebesar 363,1 ribu jiwa dibandingkan dengan kondisi September 2019 yang tercatat sebesar 4.056,00 ribu jiwa (10,20 persen) dari total penduduk.

Kepala BPS Provinsi Jawa Timur, Dadang Hardiwan, mengatakan, selama periode September 2019 – Maret 2020, persentase penduduk miskin Jawa Timur naik sebesar 0,89 poin persen, yaitu dari 10,20 persen pada September 2019 menjadi 11,09 persen pada Maret 2020. Sejumlah faktor yang terkait dengan kenaikan persentase penduduk miskin selama periode September 2019 – Maret 2020 antara lain adalah selama periode September 2019 – Maret 2020 terjadi inflasi umum sebesar 1,36 persen.

Kemudian selama periode September 2019 – Maret 2020 beberapa komoditi makanan mengalami perubahan indeks harga konsumen (IHK), yaitu komoditi bawang merah mengalami kenaikan 50,64 persen, bawang putih mengalami kenaikan 48,62 persen. Kemudian kenaikan indeks juga terjadi pada komoditi cabai merah (28,63 persen), gula pasir (17,25 persen), telur ayam ras (16,62 persen), daging ayam ras (3,84 persen), dan minyak goreng (3,62 persen).

Dan Indeks upah buruh tanaman pangan mengalami kenaikan sebesar 2,62 persen, yaitu dari 106,10 pada September 2019 menjadi 108,88 pada Maret 2020. “Secara umum, pada periode Maret 2011 – Maret 2020 tingkat kemiskinan di Jawa Timur mengalami penurunan, kecuali pada September 2013, Maret 2015, dan Maret 2020. Peningkatan angka kemiskinan pada September 2013 dan Maret 2015, antara lain dipicu oleh kenaikan harga barang kebutuhan pokok sebagai akibat dari kenaikan harga bahan bakar minyak (BBM),” ujar Dadang Hardiwan dalam konferensi pers melalui vidio live online.

Sepertti dilansir JNR, persentase penduduk miskin di daerah perkotaan pada September 2019 sebesar 6,77 persen naik menjadi 7,89 persen pada Maret 2020. Sementara persentase penduduk miskin di daerah perdesaan pada September 2019 sebesar 14,16 persen naik menjadi 14,77 persen pada Maret 2020.

Selama periode September 2019 – Maret 2020, jumlah penduduk miskin di daerah perkotaan naik sebanyak 244,0 ribu jiwa (dari 1.438,15 ribu jiwa pada September 2019 menjadi 1.682,14 ribu jiwa pada Maret 2020). Sementara di daerah perdesaan naik sebanyak 119,1 ribu jiwa (dari 2.617,85 ribu jiwa pada September 2019 menjadi 2.736,97 ribu jiwa pada Maret 2020).

Sementara peranan komoditi makanan terhadap Garis Kemiskinan jauh lebih besar dibandingkan peranan komoditi bukan makanan. Sumbangan Garis Kemiskinan Makanan terhadap Garis Kemiskinan pada Maret 2020 tercatat sebesar 74,97 persen, sedikit meningkat dibandingkan dengan kondisi September 2019 yaitu sebesar 74,91 persen.

Berdasarkan komoditas makanan, beberapa komoditas yang secara persentase memberikan kontribusi yang cukup besar pada garis kemiskinan makanan baik di wilayah perdesaan maupun perkotaan yaitu beras, rokok kretek filter, telur ayam ras, gula pasir, daging ayam ras, tempe, tahu, mie instan, kopi, da bawang merah. 

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Firstly, you need to develop a strong constitution and mission. The reason why these are important is because while many businesses fail, some succeed and they require a lot of commitment and personal sacrifice. You have to ask yourself if you’re passionate about your mission enough to dedicate at least five years of your life to it. To teach our kids to be tough and with each blow life delivers to knock us down, we need to get up, dust ourselves off and pick up where we left off.

Secondly, learn how to hire and recruit properly. As someone who loves helping people, and at worst – a ‘rescuing type’ – this has stumped me along the way. I focused too much on serving people’s needs and wants – or hiring roles that I was comfortable with such as non-technical ones instead of more software engineers. The key is to identify the core Business needs and hire around these in a ‘jobs to be done’ framework.

[bs-quote quote=”Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” style=”style-11″ align=”left” author_name=”Jim Rohn” author_job=”American Entrepreneur” author_avatar=”https://gojatim.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/colorful-magazine-qoute-avatar.png”]

Finally, become great at both operating and growing your business. Operations is important because it keeps your business running well, and marketing is important because well, growth is everything in a startup. In the first few years, depending on the type of business you have, I’d say it should be a mix of 20% operations and 80% growth. That a business journey can also be a spiritual journey. I’m someone who is interested in personal transformation as well as professional development – and didn’t think I would get much of this through building businesses. I have wanted to spend a few months in India exploring myself and the world for as long as I can remember.

Thinking big and small: I can be thinking two years down the track while managing a project’s daily to do list. A dreamer and doer so to speak. This is super useful when starting businesses as it combines a visionary with someone who is practical and focused, so you can get achieve a fair bit with one just person.

I love sleep. I need sleep. It’s hard to talk about sleep when there may be parents reading this but I definitely love a solid eight hours. I usually get to bed by 11.30pm and wake around 7.30am. I then spend 30 minutes working from bed and replying to emails, which goes against every zen or productivity guru’s advice. One thing I’ve been exploring lately is redefining what success actually means. Recently, in Silicon Valley, we’ve seen many unicorn startups grow to the point where their ethics, culture and community relations break. I want to see more examples of companies that are growing but also having a positive impact on the planet. I’m over the growth-at-all-costs way. Women CEOs and female founders are particularly well placed to lead this change. I also think it’s a great time for business, government and technology to come together and focus on solving real issues. If I could have any superpower, it would be the power of flight. But I can’t. So I have to fly in a plane like a regular human being and sadly, that costs money! But it doesn’t always have to burn a hole in your pocket. Here are five of the best ways to find cheap flights.

Devote 80% of your energy to the most important 20% of your activities. Remember that you can’t be everywhere, know everyone, and do everything. And avoid multitasking: it can cost you 40% efficiency. Remember the last time you had a brilliant idea at 2 a.m., but it sounded sort of ridiculous when you woke up the next morning? To reject popular thinking you must be OK with feeling uncomfortable. Also remember When you’re strategic, you reduce your margin of error. Simply having vague ideas of where you are and what you want to accomplish will get you no where. The keys to being strategic: 1. break the issue down, 2. ask why the problem needs to be solved, 3. identify the key issues, 4. review your resources, 5. put the right people in place. Henry Ford once said, “Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into smaller parts.” Try new routes to work, meet new people, read books you might even consider boring. The key is exposure to new ideas and ways of life.

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Firstly, you need to develop a strong constitution and mission. The reason why these are important is because while many businesses fail, some succeed and they require a lot of commitment and personal sacrifice. You have to ask yourself if you’re passionate about your mission enough to dedicate at least five years of your life to it. To teach our kids to be tough and with each blow life delivers to knock us down, we need to get up, dust ourselves off and pick up where we left off.

Secondly, learn how to hire and recruit properly. As someone who loves helping people, and at worst – a ‘rescuing type’ – this has stumped me along the way. I focused too much on serving people’s needs and wants – or hiring roles that I was comfortable with such as non-technical ones instead of more software engineers. The key is to identify the core Business needs and hire around these in a ‘jobs to be done’ framework.

[bs-quote quote=”Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” style=”style-11″ align=”left” author_name=”Jim Rohn” author_job=”American Entrepreneur” author_avatar=”https://gojatim.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/colorful-magazine-qoute-avatar.png”]

Finally, become great at both operating and growing your business. Operations is important because it keeps your business running well, and marketing is important because well, growth is everything in a startup. In the first few years, depending on the type of business you have, I’d say it should be a mix of 20% operations and 80% growth. That a business journey can also be a spiritual journey. I’m someone who is interested in personal transformation as well as professional development – and didn’t think I would get much of this through building businesses. I have wanted to spend a few months in India exploring myself and the world for as long as I can remember.

Thinking big and small: I can be thinking two years down the track while managing a project’s daily to do list. A dreamer and doer so to speak. This is super useful when starting businesses as it combines a visionary with someone who is practical and focused, so you can get achieve a fair bit with one just person.

I love sleep. I need sleep. It’s hard to talk about sleep when there may be parents reading this but I definitely love a solid eight hours. I usually get to bed by 11.30pm and wake around 7.30am. I then spend 30 minutes working from bed and replying to emails, which goes against every zen or productivity guru’s advice. One thing I’ve been exploring lately is redefining what success actually means. Recently, in Silicon Valley, we’ve seen many unicorn startups grow to the point where their ethics, culture and community relations break. I want to see more examples of companies that are growing but also having a positive impact on the planet. I’m over the growth-at-all-costs way. Women CEOs and female founders are particularly well placed to lead this change. I also think it’s a great time for business, government and technology to come together and focus on solving real issues. If I could have any superpower, it would be the power of flight. But I can’t. So I have to fly in a plane like a regular human being and sadly, that costs money! But it doesn’t always have to burn a hole in your pocket. Here are five of the best ways to find cheap flights.

Devote 80% of your energy to the most important 20% of your activities. Remember that you can’t be everywhere, know everyone, and do everything. And avoid multitasking: it can cost you 40% efficiency. Remember the last time you had a brilliant idea at 2 a.m., but it sounded sort of ridiculous when you woke up the next morning? To reject popular thinking you must be OK with feeling uncomfortable. Also remember When you’re strategic, you reduce your margin of error. Simply having vague ideas of where you are and what you want to accomplish will get you no where. The keys to being strategic: 1. break the issue down, 2. ask why the problem needs to be solved, 3. identify the key issues, 4. review your resources, 5. put the right people in place. Henry Ford once said, “Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into smaller parts.” Try new routes to work, meet new people, read books you might even consider boring. The key is exposure to new ideas and ways of life.

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Firstly, you need to develop a strong constitution and mission. The reason why these are important is because while many businesses fail, some succeed and they require a lot of commitment and personal sacrifice. You have to ask yourself if you’re passionate about your mission enough to dedicate at least five years of your life to it. To teach our kids to be tough and with each blow life delivers to knock us down, we need to get up, dust ourselves off and pick up where we left off.

Secondly, learn how to hire and recruit properly. As someone who loves helping people, and at worst – a ‘rescuing type’ – this has stumped me along the way. I focused too much on serving people’s needs and wants – or hiring roles that I was comfortable with such as non-technical ones instead of more software engineers. The key is to identify the core Business needs and hire around these in a ‘jobs to be done’ framework.

[bs-quote quote=”Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” style=”style-11″ align=”left” author_name=”Jim Rohn” author_job=”American Entrepreneur” author_avatar=”https://gojatim.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/colorful-magazine-qoute-avatar.png”]

Finally, become great at both operating and growing your business. Operations is important because it keeps your business running well, and marketing is important because well, growth is everything in a startup. In the first few years, depending on the type of business you have, I’d say it should be a mix of 20% operations and 80% growth. That a business journey can also be a spiritual journey. I’m someone who is interested in personal transformation as well as professional development – and didn’t think I would get much of this through building businesses. I have wanted to spend a few months in India exploring myself and the world for as long as I can remember.

Thinking big and small: I can be thinking two years down the track while managing a project’s daily to do list. A dreamer and doer so to speak. This is super useful when starting businesses as it combines a visionary with someone who is practical and focused, so you can get achieve a fair bit with one just person.

I love sleep. I need sleep. It’s hard to talk about sleep when there may be parents reading this but I definitely love a solid eight hours. I usually get to bed by 11.30pm and wake around 7.30am. I then spend 30 minutes working from bed and replying to emails, which goes against every zen or productivity guru’s advice. One thing I’ve been exploring lately is redefining what success actually means. Recently, in Silicon Valley, we’ve seen many unicorn startups grow to the point where their ethics, culture and community relations break. I want to see more examples of companies that are growing but also having a positive impact on the planet. I’m over the growth-at-all-costs way. Women CEOs and female founders are particularly well placed to lead this change. I also think it’s a great time for business, government and technology to come together and focus on solving real issues. If I could have any superpower, it would be the power of flight. But I can’t. So I have to fly in a plane like a regular human being and sadly, that costs money! But it doesn’t always have to burn a hole in your pocket. Here are five of the best ways to find cheap flights.

Devote 80% of your energy to the most important 20% of your activities. Remember that you can’t be everywhere, know everyone, and do everything. And avoid multitasking: it can cost you 40% efficiency. Remember the last time you had a brilliant idea at 2 a.m., but it sounded sort of ridiculous when you woke up the next morning? To reject popular thinking you must be OK with feeling uncomfortable. Also remember When you’re strategic, you reduce your margin of error. Simply having vague ideas of where you are and what you want to accomplish will get you no where. The keys to being strategic: 1. break the issue down, 2. ask why the problem needs to be solved, 3. identify the key issues, 4. review your resources, 5. put the right people in place. Henry Ford once said, “Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into smaller parts.” Try new routes to work, meet new people, read books you might even consider boring. The key is exposure to new ideas and ways of life.