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Technical document: Health or economy in Indonesia? Making the best impossible decision during COVID-19
Researchers, from mathematics, data analysis and social sciences, have created a model where settings can be adjusted in favour of either health or the economy.
Every year, International Mental Health Day is commemorated on Oct. 10 in many places in the world, including in Indonesia. October is also dedicated Mental Health Awareness Month.
As of August 25, travellers to Indonesia will no longer need to show a negative Covid-19 test result in order to travel within the country.
Indonesia’s COVID-19 recovery plan relies on dirty energy, making it harder to hit environmental targets
The COVID-19 pandemic has adversely impacted Indonesia’s economy. This crisis, which has also hit many other countries, is a consequence of the massive cessation of economic activities due to restrictions to suppress COVID-19 case numbers.
The Indonesian government has introduced the KRIS system in several hospitals nationwide. The system comprises regulations related to room facilities, which could improve the standards, security and comfort of healthcare services.
Almost all Indonesians have developed antibodies against Covid-19, according to the latest serosurvey conducted by the Health Ministry and the School of Public Health at the University of Indonesia in July.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia increased by 4,048 on Monday, taking the total tally to 6,172,390, the COVID-19 Handling Task Force reported.
The IRSA International Conference on 18-19 July 2022 in Lombok sought to explore strategies for post-pandemic economic recovery.
When COVID-19 cases were first found in Indonesia, regional leaders such as Jakarta’s governor set up social distancing and work-from-home policies, closed government office buildings and encouraged companies to implement social distancing and remote working.
Jakartans trust the government more compared to people in South Sulawesi, and that influenced COVID-19 prevention compliance
Just like many countries, the Indonesian government imposed control measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, including social distancing, mandatory mask wearing, self-isolation, handwashing, using hand sanitiser, cleaning surfaces, and being vaccinated.
“It’s not time to mention the endemic phase. The current situation is a controlled pandemic. There are several more stages that must be passed.”
COVID-19 and digital innovation: How Indonesia’s listed companies have responded to the global pandemic
Many companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) struggled to adapt to COVID-19 and global pandemic conditions.
Indonesia has seen a downward trend after intensifying the implementation of health protocols, such as wearing masks and keeping a safe distance, and stepping up vaccinations to control virus spread.
As Omicron cases climb rapidly, Indonesia tries to learn from its devastating Delta outbreak
With the arrival of the Novavax vaccine in Australia, there is another choice. It is the fourth COVID-19 vaccine to be approved by the Theraputic Goods Association (TGA) for use in Australia.