As of 05:00 am today, the BNPB reported that the death toll is 103 with 96 bodies positively identified. Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) teams are continuously working to identify the rest of the victims. A total of 780 individuals were injured and 86,417 people displaced. Infrastructure damages are 9,157 houses, 358 shop houses, 104 mosques, 17 school facilities, and 83 bridges. Joint search and rescue operations remains a priority and are ongoing. Identified needs are clothing and food, medical equipment and medicine, orthopaedic doctors, temporary shelter, water for hygiene and sanitation, volunteers, heavy equipment, tents for health services, medical personnel (orthopaedic surgeons, doctors and nurses proficient in administering anesthesia) clean water and water reservoirs, operation field hospital. AHA Centre Staff and ASEAN-ERAT members are integrated with local assessment teams in Pidie Jaya. Relief items from the Disaster Emergency Logistic System of ASEAN (DELSA) stockpile has been handed over to BNPB and distribution is spearheaded by the local disaster management agency.