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The report calls on the administration to educate and prepare its citizens to anticipate the worst-case scenario of the current health crisis.“Administrative and public preparations may be bolstered by involving more parties, such as mass organizations, NGOs, academics and public figures,” the report said.As of Tuesday, West Java was the second most affected province in the country after Jakarta with 530 confirmed cases and 52 deaths. The administration’s Pikobar data showed that the highest number of positive cases in the province was recorded in Bandung city with 67 cases.The administration is currently reviewing requests for large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) to be imposed in Greater Bandung that will be submitted to the Health Ministry following the approval of such measures in several areas of the province that border Jakarta.Topics : The analysis also showed increased public engagement and positive sentiment in regard to a number of key topics related to West Java’s response to the health emergency, such as rapid tests in the province, restriction of the Idul Fitri mudik (exodus) and pay cuts for administration officials including the governor, deputy governor and civil servants.TRUSTKepercayaan kepada pemda jabar naik melalui dibukanya peta sebaran COVID19 di Jabar, diadakannya Rapid Test, dan informasi yang lebih transparan soal sebaran kasus oleh @ridwankamil. pic.twitter.com/NFy6RPMSrM— Ismail Fahmi (@ismailfahmi) April 11, 2020Governor Ridwan Kamil’s verbal delivery also factored into the equation, as the report found a correlation between his public persona and increased public support.“Ridwan Kamil, who communicates warnings in a relaxed tone without sacrificing the substance of his core messages, serves as one of the drivers of public support for the policies issued by the West Java administration,” the report stated.Ridwan’s criticism of the central government’s bureaucratic red tape amid the pandemic has also contributed to a higher level of public affinity for his administration, the study suggested. The West Java administration’s ongoing efforts to slow the rapid spread of COVID-19 in recent weeks have largely been well received by the public, according to a recent report by big data consulting firm Drone Emprit.The study analyzed overall public sentiment toward West Java’s handling of the health emergency as reflected in more than 150,000 tweets, 2,000 Facebook posts, 6,000 Instagram posts, 1,400 YouTube posts and 34,000 online news articles published between March 9 and April 9.The report found that netizens mostly viewed the West Java provincial administration as more trustworthy than the central government in its response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Edward J. Wilhelm, age 82 of Batesville, died Saturday, March 30, 2019 at The Waters of Batesville. Born July 13, 1936 in Batesville, he is the son of Clara (Nee: Bedel) and Carl Wilhelm. He served overseas in the Army from 1955 to 1957. After his discharge, he went to work for Hillenbrand Industries as a dispatcher, retiring in 2001 after 43 years.Eddie was fixture in the community. An avid golfer, you could always find him at the golf course. He also rode his bike daily, weather permitting, and for the last 50 years, he attended the football games as well as the boys and girls basketball games at the high school. According to his family though, in recent years, you might see him nod off if the action on the court or field didn’t hold his attention. Eddie was also a fan of the old western movies form the Gene Autry/Roy Rogers era and big band music.He is survived by his sister Helen Eckstein of Batesville; brothers Art, Alvin and Robert Wilhelm, all of Batesville, along with numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation is Saturday, April 6th, from 9 – 10:30 a.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home. Funeral services follow at 11 a.m. at St. Louis Church with Rev. Stan Pondo officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery with military graveside rites conducted by the Ripley County V.F.W. Post #3183 and the Prell-Bland American Legion Post #271. Memorials should be made to the Batesville Athletic Boosters Club.