Tempotimor (Dili)-Dadus komulativu husi Sentru Integradu ba Jestaun Krize (SIJK) katak surtu corona virus diseases (Covid-19) afeta ba sidadaun nasionalidade timor-oan inklui estranjéiru balun ne'ebé sei hein rezultadu laboratóriu sa'e ba 104, no sira ne'ebé konfirmadu ba pozitivu Covid-19 tuun ona ba na'in neen husi númeru komulativu 24.
Tuir portavoz SIJK doutora Odete da Silva Viegas iha sala situasaun ba jornalista sira katak, kazu pozitivu hela na'in 6.
"Rekuperadu ohin aumenta ida, entaun ita nian kazu rekuperadu sa'e ba 22, husi númeru ne'e, na'in 18 husi kazu pozitivu no na'in haat seluk husi kazu provavél, nune'e ema ne'ebé sei baixa hela na'in 6, sira na'in neen ne'e mai husi klaster Hotel Katuas hotu," dehan Portavoz SIJK Dra. Odete iha sala situasaun CCD ba jornalista sira, Domingu (10/05)
Dezde fins fulan Abril numeru kazu pozitivu Covid 19 ne'ebe atinze ona 28 reduz fali nune'e husi teste sira maka iha, liu loron sanolu ona Timor Leste seida'uk rejista ema ruma pozitivu hodi lori ba fatin izolamentu iha Sentru saude Vera Cruz. 
Maibe Portavoz Sentru Integradu Jestaun Krize dehan maske kazu pozitivu hela na'in neen, maibé númeru suspeitu aumenta ba 104. 
"Totál komulativu teste hamutuk 909, númeru ne'ebé halo ona teste laboratóriu ne'e, suspeitu ka ema ne'ebé sei hein rezultadu laboratóriu sa'e ba 104 kompara ho horseik iha de'it na'in 80," dehan Odete.
Tuir lia na'in ne'ebe iha Sala Situasaun, dadus ba loron ohin nian, ema ne'ebé halo teste hamutuk 909, hein rezultadu 104, konfirmadu mantein 24, laiha kazu foun, rezultadu laboratóriu negativu hamutuk 781.
Nune'e mos totál profesionál saúde ne'ebé tama iha karantina hamutuk 53, aumenta ba númeru ne'e, sira ne'ebé halo tratamentu iha sala izolamentu, totál dadaus karantina no auto karantina husi 6 marsu to'o 10 maiu, hamutuk 151, karantina obrigatoriu hamutuk 117, auto karantina 34, alende ne'e sira ne'ebé pasa ona husi karantina hamutuk 2108.
Portavoz SIJK mós dehan, sidadaun sira ne'ebé durante iha estadu emerjénsia hodi tama iha kuarentena no auto kuarentena ne'e barak liu iha Dili, Oekusse, Covalima, Bobonaro no Baucau.

By Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, WHO Regional Director for South-East Asia

Three priorities must chart the path ahead: control and suppress spread, strengthen and maintain health services, and support each other to stay safe, healthy and well

The WHO South-East Asia Region is entering a new phase in its pandemic response. In recent weeks the spread of COVID-19 in the Region has slowed, due in large part to the unprecedented physical distancing measures that countries implemented early and aggressively. Several Member States are now preparing to safely transition towards a “new normal” in which social and economic life can function amid low disease transmission. To do that successfully, countries must continue to be bold, decisive and mobilize the full power of their whole-of-government, whole-of-society approaches.

Our challenge is immense. Across the globe, the spread of COVID-19 continues to cause disease, death and disruption. It has pushed even the most advanced health systems to the brink. The crude mortality ratio for COVID-19 is estimated to be upwards of 3%, but can change from country to country, and even within countries. Key variables include access to care and the availability of testing.



The Region’s Member States must continue to take evidence-informed action and conduct careful risk assessments prior to making decisions on winding back public health and social measures. Among other factors, due consideration should be given to the local epidemiology of COVID-19, including identified hot-spots and clusters, and the capacity of systems and responders to find, isolate and care for cases, and quarantine contacts.

Whatever a country’s current transmission scenario, there can be no illusions: We are in this for the long haul. In what will be an ongoing struggle against COVID-19, Member State strategies must be clear, comprehensive and cover immediate and long-term needs. Three priorities must chart the path ahead: control and suppress spread, strengthen and maintain health services, and support each other to stay safe, healthy and well.

To control and suppress spread, we must take the fight to the virus. Active case detection, isolation, testing and contact tracing can control the virus. Should community transmission occur, they are vital to suppressing it. Strengthening surveillance and contact tracing in particular will help national and local authorities to rapidly adapt to evolving outbreaks, whether moving from one case to a cluster of cases, or from a cluster of cases to no cases.



Agility and innovation will be crucial, especially at the sub-national level, across borders and with mobile populations. For areas with limited transmission, responders must focus on finding and isolating all cases, providing them with appropriate care, and tracing, quarantining and supporting all contacts. Where sustained transmission occurs, they must aggressively slow and reduce it to manageable clusters, for which they may consider reintroducing physical distancing measures in a way that minimizes negative impacts.

To strengthen health services, all countries must first protect health workers. WHO continues to work with governments, industry and the Pandemic Supply Chain Network to overcome global shortages of personal protective equipment. It is imperative that health workers have the gowns, gloves, medical masks and eye protection required to save lives and avoid infection.

Countries must continue to expand isolation and ICU capacity, while also rationalizing it. By networking COVID-19 treatment facilities, health leaders and administrators can better share the burden among facilities. By implementing clear triage protocols, they will ensure all patients with severe manifestations are provided safe, rapid admission to intensive care units. Rigorous infection prevention and control is needed to prevent health facilities from facilitating transmission.  


Ensuring essential health services are maintained is vital. We must not only reduce mortality from COVID-19 itself, but also from vaccine-preventable diseases and other treatable conditions that can increase when health systems are overwhelmed. WHO will continue to support countries in the Region to implement key WHO guidelines on maintaining essential health services as they directly respond to COVID-19.

To achieve these outcomes, Member States must mobilize a whole-of-government, whole-of-society approach that highlights each person’s role in supporting one another to stay safe, healthy and well. Regular hand-washing, coughing or sneezing into one’s elbow, and avoiding contact with people with flu-like symptoms are crucial to staying healthy. So too is following local and national guidance on physical distancing. Avoid using tobacco, alcohol and other substances that impair the immune system and damage health. Support health workers and say no to stigma.

We must also stay well. Look after your mental health and be supportive of others. It is natural to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or angry during a crisis. Helpful coping strategies include getting sufficient rest, exercise, eating well, avoiding harmful substances and staying in close contact with family and friends. WHO will continue to provide accessible and actionable information on coping with COVID-19-related stress and anxiety, and will support all Member States to strengthen mental health services as part of the COVID-19 response.

We must continue to stand together to tackle what is the greatest public health challenge of a generation. The Region’s strategy to control and suppress spread, strengthen and maintain health services, and support each other to stay safe, healthy and well, will help all countries to save lives and minimize impact. Our mission is clear. Our challenge is great. Together, forward in the fight against COVID-19.




Tempotimor (Dili) - Atualizasaun Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) iha Timor-Leste, suspeitu iha Munisípiu Dili zero ona, maibé iha munísipiu sira seluk sa'e ba 56.

Portavós Sentru Integradu Jestaun Krize (SIJK), Odete da Silva Viegas hateten,  suspeitu ba Covid-19 iha Dili zero, maibé iha munisípiu sa'e ba 56.

"Husi Munisípiu Covalima na'in 6, Munisípiu Ermera na'in 6 no Lautem 42," dehan nia, iha Sentru Konvensaun Dili (CCD), Sesta (8/5).



Entretantu, sidadaun sira ne'ebé sei iha vizilánsia sentinela hamutuk 130.

"Sidadaun sira ne'ebé sei iha vizilánsia sentinela hamutuk 130, husi Munisípiu Bobonaru hamutuk 13, Munisípiu Covalima 13, Ermera 10, Lautem 18, Likisá 56 no Manatutu na'in 20," dehan portavós SIJK.

Entretantu, totál amostra sei iha na'in 186, sira ne'ebé rezultadu teste negativu iha munisípiu na'in 46.



Alende ne'e, suspeitu no sidadaun sira ne'ebé iha vizilánsia sentinela iha Ospital Nasionál Giudo Valadares (HNGV) no Ospitál Referál sira laiha, maibé iha Herox Baukau mak na'in 24, Ospitál Referál Maliana 13, Ospitál Referál Suai 17, Ospitál Referál Oekusse no Maubisse mak laiha. Nunee, amostra sei iha 54, rezultadu negativu zero.

Entretantu, atualizasaun dadus ba loron ohin nian teste laboratóriu komulativu hamutuk 830. Husi númeru ne'e na'in 114 mak sei hein rezultadu, pozitivu mantein 24, kazu konfirmadu foun laiha, rezultadu laboratóriu negativu hamutuk 692, kazu rekuperadu na'in 21, na'in 7 kontinua iha izolamentu, entretantu pesoál saúde ne'ebé sei iha kuarentena hamutuk 44, ema ne'ebé sei iha kuarentena hamutuk 167, entretantu sidadaun sira ne'ebé liu ona kuarentena ka loron 14  hamutuk 2. 080. (*)






Opiniaun Husi : Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Diretora Rejionál OMS ba Rejiaun Sudeste Áziatiku


Iha prioridade tolu mak tenki buka solusaun ba future: kontrola no hapara moras da’et, haforsa no mantein servisu saúde, no suporta malu hodi seguru, saudavel no di’ak nafatin.

OMS Rejiaun Sudeste Áziatiku agora tama ona iha faze foun iha responde ba pandemia. Iha semana hirak foin lalais ne’e COVID-19 da’et iha Rejiaun ne’e hahú menus ona, tanba nasaun barak mak implementa medida distánsia fíziku lalais no rigorozu. Membru Estadu balun agora iha ona preparasaun hodi halo tranzisaun ba “normál foun”, ne’ebé maka vida sosiál no ekonomia bele kontinua funsional fali maske moras ne’e sei hada’et maibé menus ona. Atu áplika ida ne’e ho susesu, nasaun hotu tenki kontinua brani, foti desizaun lalais, no utiliza aproximasaun hodi bele mobiliza governu no sosiedade tomak.

Dezafiu ida ne’e bo’ot tebes. Iha mundu tomak, COVID-19 kontinua hada’et no halo ema moras, mate no interfere ho atividades barak. No mós interfere nasaun sira ne’ebé ho sistema saúde avansadu. Estimasaun taxa mortalidade COVID-19 sae ba 3%, maibe bele iha mudansa hosi nasaun ida ba nasaun seluk, no mós iha nasaun laran. Fatór oi-oin inklui asesu ba tratamentu no disponibilidade teste nian.

Membru Estadu hosi Rejiaun ida ne’e tenki kontinua halo asaun ne’ebé bazeadu ba evidénsia no halo avaliasaun risku ho kuidadu antes foti desizaun ne’ebé mak bele halo fraku saúde públiku no medida sosiál nian. Entre fatores seluk, tenki iha konsiderasaun balun ba epidemiolojia COVID-19 iha kontestu lokál, inklui identifika fatin surtu, no grupu, no kapasidade hosi sistema saúde no respondent sira atu buka, izola no halo tratamentu ba kazu, no halo kuarentena ba ema sira ne’ebé iha kontaktu besik.



Nasaun nia sénariu atuál moras ne’e hada’et oinsá, ida ne’e sei laiha informasaun falsu: Ita hamutuk iha kombate naruk ida ne’e. Ida ne’ebé mak sei sai dezafiu kontinuadu hasoru COVID-19, Membru Estadu sira nia estratéjia tenki klaru, kompreensivu, no kobre hotu nesesidade iha tempu badak no naruk nia laran. Prioridade tolu mak tenki hatuur ba futuru: kontrola no hapara moras da’et, haforsa no mantein servisu saúde, no suporta malu hodi seguru, saudavel no di’ak nafatin.

Atu kontrola no hapara moras da’et, ita tenki luta hasoru virus ida ne’e. Deteksaun kazu ativu, izolamentu, halo teste no rastreamentu kontaktu bele kontrola virus ida ne’e. Bainhira transmisaun ka hada’et iha komunidade, entaun importante tebes atu hapara ida ne’e. Haforsa servisu vijilánsia no halo rastreamentu kontaktu sei ajuda autoridade nasionál no lokál atu bele adapta lalais ho surtu ne’ebé ataka makaas, ataka hosi kazu ida ba kazu grupu, ka hosi kazu grupu nian ba laiha kazu liu.

Abilidade atu responde ho lalais no maneira atu adapta tuir kontestu ne’e importante tebes, liu-liu iha nivel subnasionál, iha fronteira, no populasaun movel sira. Ba área ne’ebé ho nivel moras hada’et limitadu, repondente sira tenki foka ba buka no izola kazu hotu, fornese ba sira ho tratamentu apropriadu, halo rastreamentu, kuarentena, no suporta kontaktu hotu. Iha área ne’ebé nivel moras hada’et kontinua, sira tenki servisu makaas hodi hamenus no bele jere grupu afetadu, ida ne’ebé mak sira bele konsidera fali áplika medida distánsia fíziku hanesan maneira ida hodi hamenus impaktu negativu.

Atu haforsa servisu saúde, nasaun hotu tenki proteje dahuluk pesoál saúde sira. OMS kontinua servisu hamutuk ho governu, industria, no Pandemic Supply Chain Network hodi solusiona ekipamentu protesaun pesoál ne’ebé menus iha mundu tomak. Importante tebes ba pesoál saúde sira atu iha roupa médiku (gowns), luvas, máskara médiku, no ókulu protesaun ne’ebé presiza atu salva moris no evita infesaun.

Nasaun hotu-hotu tenke kontinua habelar kapasidade izolamentu no Unidade Kuidadu Intensivu (ICU), alende tenta halo esplikasan. Liuhosi husi liga fasilidade tratamentu COVID-19, lider saúde no admistrador sira bele fahe diak liu tan todan no difikuldade ne’ebé sira nia fasilidade enfrenta. Liu-husi implementa protokolu triajem ne’ebé klaru, sira sei asegura pasiente hotu ho manisfestasaun grave hetan admisaun ne’ebé lalais no seguru ba iha unidade kuidadu intensivu. Infesaun prevensaun no kontrolu ne’ebé rigorozu nee importante hodi prevene fasilidade saúde sai nuudar fatin hada’et moras.  




Importante atu asegura katak servisu saúde essesiál seluk mantein ho diak.Ita labele deit hamenus mortalidade hosi COVID-19, maibe mós husi moras ne’ebé bele prevene liuhosi vasina, hodi nunee, númeru moras labele aumenta no la hatodan sistema saúde. OMS sei kontinua fó-apoiu ba nasaun iha rejiaun hodi implementa Matadalan Xave OMS nian kona-ba mantein servisu esensiál ne’ebé responde direta ba COVID-19.

Ensuring essential health services are maintained is vital. We must not only reduce mortality from COVID-19 itself, but also from vaccine-preventable diseases and other treatable conditions that can increase when health systems are overwhelmed. WHO will continue to support countries in the Region to implement key WHO guidelines on maintaining essential health services as they directly respond to COVID-19.

Atu atinji rezultadu sira ne’e, membru estadu tenke mobiliza governu hotu-hotu, sosiedade hotu-hotu, ba aproximasaun ne’ebé alina ema idak-idak nia papel hodi suporta malu hodi nafatin seguru, saudavel no moris di’ak. Fase liman ho regular, fani ka mean ba liman sikun laran, no evita kontaktu ho ema ho sintomas gripe importante hodi mantein saudavel. Halo tuir mós matadalan lokál no nasionál kona-ba distánsia fíziku.Evita uza tabaku, alkól no substansia seluk ne’ebé bele prejudika sistema imunulojia no saúde. Suporta pesoál saúde sira no hatete lae ba estigma.

Ita mós tenke mantein saúde di’ak. Tau matan mós ba ita nia saúde mentál no fo-apoiu ba ema seluk moos. Ne’e naturál bainhira sente triste, stress, konfundi, tauk no hirus durante iha krize. Estratéjia uteis balun hodi hasoru situasaun sira ne’e inklui deskansa ho di’ak, ezersisiu, han aihan saudavel, evita subtánsia nosivas, no maintein kontaktu besik ho família no kolega. OMS sei kontinua no sei suporta membru estadu tomak hodi haforsa servisu saúde mentál nuudar parte ida husi responde ba COVID-19. 

Ita tenke kontinua hamriik hamutuk hodi luta hasoru dezafiu bo’ot ba iha saúde públiku iha gerasaun ida ne’e. Estratéjia husi rejiaun hodi kontrola no hapara moras hada’et, haforsa no mantein servisu saúde, no suporta malu hodi mantein saudavel no di’ak, sei ajuda nasaun hotu salva vida no minimiza impaktu. Ita nia misaun klaru, ita nia dezafiu bo’ot. Hamutuk, ita luta hasoru COVID-19.



Tempotimor (Dili) - Relasiona ho dadus ne'ebé Koordenadór Sekretariadu Téknika Covid-19 fó sai katak Fundu Covid-19 ne'ebé aloka ba Polísia Nasionál Timor Leste (PNTL) rihun $670 ne'e la loos, maibé orsamentu loloos ne'ebé aloka ba PNTL hamutuk tokon $6.090.

"Osan ba PNTL la'ós hanesan buat ne'ebé ita boot sira rona katak rihun $670, ne'e lae. PNTL ho nia proposta no osan aloka mai ne'e tokon $6.090," dehan Komandante Jerál PNTL, Komisáriu Faustino da Costa, iha Palásiu Prezidensiál, Bairru-Pité, Kinta (7/5).



Nia afirma, osan ne'e mak tama ba PNTL sei la ezekuta hotu tanba tempu ba Estadu Emerjénsia atu remata ona.

"Agora osan ne'e mak aban ka bainrua mai PNTL atu ezekuta hotu iha tempu badak ne'e ha’u hanoin kestaun ida ne'ebé ami mós haree hela situasaun ne'e," nia dehan.

Nia mós preokupa tanba, prosesu aprovizionamentu ka kompra ne'ebé tau iha ne'ebá haree tempu mós la'o, entaun sei la ezekuta hotu.

Entretantu, montante osan ba kada pesoál polisia iha frontline ne'e komandante jerál lakohi pronunsia, tanba sei servisu hamutuk ho parte defeza para halo balansu. (*) 





Tempotimor (Dili)- Portavoz Sentru Integradu ba Jestaun Krize (SIJK) dra. Odete da Silva Viegas halo esplikasaun ba publiku nia preokupasaun kona ba, Arsenio Bano hela iha auto kuarentena tanba prienxe kritéria husi Ministériu Saúde (MS) nian.

Arsenio Bano fila husi Australia no to'o iha Dili iha semana ne'e la tama iha kuarentena obrigatoriu nune'e halo publiku kestiona servisu Sentru Integradu Jestaun Krizi ba Covid 19.

"Ekipa servisu vizilánsia epidemolójika ba to'o duni iha sira nia fatin katak prienxe duni kritéria, entaun señor Arsenio Bano bele hala iha nia uma ka auto kuarentena, kada loron loron mak pesoál saúde ba akompaña para bele kumpri to'o loron 14," dehan Portavoz SIJK Dra. Odete da Silva Viegas iha sala situasaun ba jornalista sira, Kinta (07/05).


Nia mós dehan, "la'ós señor Arsenio Bano de'it, maibé sidadaun sira ne'ebé tama mai balun mós, tanba sira mai ho sertifika ida katak, sira halo ona kuarentena iha sira nia fatin ne'ebé antes ne'e sira hela ba, depois sira mai no sira mós mai ho sertifikadu ida teste Covid-19 nian," dehan Odete

Iha parte seluk, Primeiru Ministru (PM) Taur Matan Ruak mós dehan, bainhira iha pedidu espesiál ruma kona-ba sidadaun ne'ebé mai husi zona mean no ba hela iha auto kuarentena, PM sei autoriza.

"Hanesan ne'e, ema hotu-hotu ne'ebé tama iha teritóriu nasionál bele halo pedidu, iha pedidu espesiál ne'e Primeiru Ministru bele autoriza, hanesan ema sira servisu iha peteoleu no ema sira ne'ebé sira fundamentasaun prosesu hotu, PM bele autoriza," dehan PM Taur iha Palásiu Prezidensiál ohin. (*)





Tempotimor (Dili) - Atualizasaun dadus Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19), iha Kuarta (6/5), kazu pozitivu ba Covid-19 husi totál na’in 24 no provavel 4, agora daudaun menus ona ba na’in 7.

Tempotimor (Dili)-Tuir planu, hahú ohin, Tersa (05/05), ekipa serbisu vizilansia epidemolojika sei halo sentinela servilence (screening) ba munisipiu hotu hodi halo prevensaun ba Corona Virus Deasses 2019 (Covid019).

Tempotimor (Dili)- Kazu surtu Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) iha Timor-Leste, numeru pasiente nafatin 24, maibe Sentru Integradu husu ba sidadaun hotu-hotu atu nafatin aplika regras sira, Distansia sosial no fase Liman bei-beik ho sabaun, tanba meius hirak ne'e atu hadok moras refere husi ida-idak nia saude.
Portavoz Sentru Integradu Jestaun Krizi (SIJK) Dr. Rui Maria de Araoju informa, Kazu Covid-19 iha Timor-Leste komfirmadu nafatin 24 no numeru rekopera mantein 20, tanba ne'e total lolos ne'ebé dadaun sei baixa iha fatin ijolamentu iha Sentru saude Vera Cruz, hela ema nain 8.
"Ohin loron 5/5 Total kazu komulativu mantein 24 la iha mudansa, kazu komfirmadu foun la iha mudansa husi horseik mai ohin, total kazu rekupera ka kuradu nafatin 20 no total Kazu komfirmadu ne'ebé sei iha izolamentu Vera Cruz nain 8", dehan Portavoz ne'e liu-husi konferensia imprensa iha sala situasaun Sentru Konvensoes Dili, tersa (5/5).
Dr.Rui sublina, Total komulativu izame laboratoriu hamutuk nain 719 kompara ho loron Segunda Feira (4/5) ema nain 706, sira ne'ebé mak hein rezultadu laboratoriu nain 73 kompara ho loron Segunda Feira (4/5) nain 103, rezultadu negativu hamutuk nain  622 kompara ho loron ida antes iha de'it nain 579.
Ema ne'ebé mak sei iha kuarentina obrigatoriu hamutuk nain 253 kompostu husi Dili nain 169 no iha munisipiu nain 38. Iha auto kuarentina nain 46 iha munisipiu no Dili la iha.
Entertantu SIJK husu ba populasaun tomak atu kumpri nafatin regras sira ne'ebé antes ne'e fo sai ona ba publiku.
"Husu ba populasaun tomak, atu nafatin halo esforsu hodi fase liman bei-beik ho bee no sabaun, nu'udar dalan ida ne'ebé efetivu atu hadok an husi moras Covid-19", tenik Nia 
Nune'e dr. Rui Araujo haforsa liu tan apellu ba Populasaun tomak maske numeru kazu detetadu la aumenta maibe husu nafatin kumpri ho disiplina regra distansiamentu sosial koletivu, hanesan halibur-malu ka la'o rame-rame liu-husi ema nain lima.

Tempotimor (Dili)- Prezidente Autoriedade Rejiaun Administrativu Espesiál Oekusse-Ambeno (RAEOA) José Luis Guterres "Lugu" ofisialmente entrega sentru saúde movel ida ba Sentru Integradu ba Jestaun Krize (SIJK) nasionál hodi apoiu serbisu prevensaun no migitasaun ba surtu Covid-19.

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