By: Riki Z |
Balicitizen.com, Denpasar – After the monkey poo in Singapore, Bali also began to be vigilant. This is because the human traffic that brings Singaporean tourists to Bali is also quite high. Now I Gusti Ngurah Rai Bali airport has also installed a body temperature detector for tourists coming to Bali via the airport.
Head of Keswan and Kemavet of the Livestock and Veterinary Office of the province of Bali, Made Sukerni, said monkey pox was a new case and so far there was no vaccine. For this reason, his party exercises vigilance by giving a number of awards to each of the related agencies in the Regency and City.
"Usually when smallpox is vaccinated. But this is new and there is no vaccine. It can only heal as a DNA carrier or survive in the body as malaria," he said yesterday.
Earlier I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport opened a body heat detector. The device is installed in the international arrival hall. For monitoring and monitoring, it is intended for passengers from Singapore.
The device detects the body heat of everyone who passes it. If the temperature is higher than 38 degrees Celsius, it will be stopped and checked for health. If you find monkey pox, the person concerned is then taken to Sanglah Hospital to be treated.
"So we activate antipation thermal scanners or devices to detect body temperature. For healthy people following him, who are in contact with the suspect, we also do epidemiological surveillance, we also do observations," said Putu A. Sudarma, head of the cross-regional health efforts. Class I Port Health Office Denpasar. Ari / Balicitizen