President Jokowi arrived in Pidie Jaya this morning at 7:30am to look at damages and visit the earthquake victims in the hospital and the shelters for the relocated families.As of 06:00 am today, the National Disaster Management Authority of Indonesia(BNPB) reports that the death toll is at 103 people mostly from Pidie Jaya District.There are no longer any reported missing. 139 people are reported severely injured and 616 individuals with minor injuries. 2,929 houses were heavily damaged, along with 49 mosques, 139 shop houses, 2 roads and 1 bridge. The total number of the displaced are 12,017 people. Pidie Jaya is the most affected of the three districts with the highest numbers of deaths and damaged infrastructures.All the main roads from Banda Aceh – Aceh Besar – Pidie – Pidie Jaya are passable, though there are minor damages in Pidie and Pidie Jaya. Road repairs are being conducted rapidly with traffic/recovery signs installed at damaged roads. All roads are passable for trucks The National Search and Rescue Agency is leading the search and rescue operations with around 2,400 personnel covering Pidie Jaya and Pidie Bireuen. Urgent needs are food and clothing, medical equipment, medicines and medical services (orthopaedic specialists, medical doctors, paramedics), medical tents, portable toilets, shelter, and heavy equipment. Three more AHA Centre Staff is joining the one staff and four ASEAN-ERAT members already in Aceh to further provide assistance. In solidarity and in the spirit of One ASEAN One Response, BNPB accepted the offer of assistance from AHA Centre deploying relief items from the Disaster Emergency Logistic System of ASEAN (DELSA) stockpile.