/Innalillahi … Verified Covid-19, Preferred Mayor of Binjai Died

Innalillahi … Verified Covid-19, Preferred Mayor of Binjai Died

The elected Mayor of Binjai for the period of time 2021-2024, H. Juliadi was documented to have died at Bunda Thamrin Hospital, Medan Town, North Sumatra on Tuesday night time, February 9, 2021. Beforehand, the deceased was confirmed with COVID-19 and underwent healthcare treatment at the hospital.

This was confirmed by the Head of the Binjai Town Health and fitness Workplace, Dr. Sugianto, to reporters tonight. He said, Juliandi breathed his very last in the ICU home at Bunda Thamrin Hospital, at 22.40 WIB.

“Earlier I coordinated with the director of the Healthcare facility (Bunda Thamrin). I got the information that Mr. Juliadi had passed away,” stated Sugianto.

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Juliadi obtained treatment method at the Bunda Thamrin Clinic for eleven times starting off January 30, 2021. “Of course, I just read the information,” claimed Sugianto.

The elected Mayor of Binjai, H Juliadi, had canceled attending the plenary plenary conference for the dedication of the elected regional head for the 2021-2024 period of time at the Ovany Temporary DPRD Making, Jalan T Amir Hamzah, North Binjai. Later on, it was identified that Juliadi experienced tested good for COVID-19.

Juliadi was exposed to COVID-19 just before remaining officially appointed as Mayor. Nevertheless, right until now there has been no official program when the elected Mayor of Binjai and Mayor of Binjai will be inaugurated.

In the 2020 Binjai Pilkada, Juliadi paired with the Deputy Mayor, Amir Hamzah, winning 66,731 votes or (50.95 p.c). The pair amount 3, which was promoted by the Golkar, PPP and Democrat Party, outperformed 2 other pairs.

Candidate pair selection 3, Lisa Andriani Lubis-Sapta Bangun was only in a position to get 44,213 votes (33.76 per cent) and pair amount 1, Rahmat Sorialam Harahap-Usman Jakfar received 20,030 votes (15.29 per cent).

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