Evaluation of the Covid-19 Surveillance System in Jayapura City, 2020


  • Lilianti Postgraduate Master Program of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University
  • Hasmi Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura Papua, Indonesia, 99351
  • Yacob Ruru Department of Satistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Cenderawasih University


Evaluation, Systems, Surveillance, COVID-19


Background: The strategy used by the government in controlling COVID-19 is through epidemiological surveillance of COVID-19, in addition to standard patient management, health promotion, prevention activities, logistics management, and program monitoring and evaluation. The high number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia does not mean that the government has not made comprehensive efforts to control it, but because the complexity of the COVID-19 problem, including its surveillance system, makes COVID-19 continue to be a problem in Indonesia. Based on data from the Jayapura City Health Office, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Jayapura City from March to November 28 2020 was 5,563 cases. Objective: The purpose of this research is to find out how to evaluate the Covid-19 surveillance system in Jayapura City in 2020. Methods: The research method is mixed methods (quantitative and qualitative research). The research subjects in this study were all COVID-19 data from March 2020 until this research took place and the informant was the person in charge of surveillance at 13 health centers and the Jayapura City Health Office with a total of 14 informants. Primary data sources come from observations and interviews with informants, while secondary data comes from COVID-19 data in Jayapura City. Data analysis in this study used the stages of data reduction, data presentation, evaluation, and drawing conclusions. Results: Based on the research results, it was found that the input components were in accordance with the guidelines for the COVID-19 surveillance system in Jayapura City, namely the method and market, while the man, material, and money were not in accordance with the guidelines. The process components that are in accordance with the COVID-19 surveillance system guidelines are tracing contact, data collection, reports, and feedback, while planning, case investigations, data integration, data processing, and analysis have not gone well. The output component is in accordance with the guidelines for the COVID-19 surveillance system in Jayapura City.


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How to Cite

Lilianti, Hasmi, & Ruru, Y. . (2021). Evaluation of the Covid-19 Surveillance System in Jayapura City, 2020. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 56(2), 190–211. Retrieved from https://gssrr.org/index.php/JournalOfBasicAndApplied/article/view/12442