Jakarta Flood Data and Facts

Jakarta – Floods hit the capital in early 2020. Tens of thousands of residents have been displaced and a number of people have died.

DKI Governor Anies Baswedan conveyed instructions to his staff to overcome the floods that hit Jakarta. Citizens’ safety are first.

“Therefore, I instruct the entire DKI Jakarta Provincial Government to intervene directly, go to the nearest village office, work under the coordination of the village chiefs, help to save residents,” Anies ordered in a voice message, delivered by the DKI Jakarta Provincial Public Relations, Wednesday (1/1 / 2020).

Anies said offices to school buildings were alerted to evacuation. Nies asked residents to report needs, especially for evacuation via number 112 or directly to the local village if it was easier or closer.

“The entire DKI Jakarta Provincial Government is on alert.” The fact is there is flooding in Jabodetabek, including in various regions in Jakarta. “We take a responsible attitude: everything that is a basic need for safety in flood conditions will be addressed,” said Anies.

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