The experience of COVID-19 is markedly different for creative economy artists, depending upon resources and ability to operate in a digital environment.
Increased health service digitalisation is likely to be one of the positive legacies of COVID-19 for Indonesia. A recent report prepared by researchers from the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research examined the first six to eight months of the pandemic in terms of health data connectivity, focusing on the city of Yogyakarta.
A total of 84,161,759 Indonesians have received a full dose of COVID-19 vaccination as of Sunday, according to data from the Ministry of Health.
Mapping health and wellbeing challenges in the South Sulawesi seaweed farming community is the aim of a group of researchers from the Australia-Indonesia Centre.
Hundreds of children caught COVID-19 when schools reopened in Indonesia. What can we learn from that?
Baryanti’s son had been back in the classroom for less than a week when she received a call: He had tested positive for COVID-19. Her son was one of a handful of students to contract the virus from a classmate at their local public school, four days after face-to-face learning resumed in Indonesia in late September.
Staying afloat: research discovers women’s unique views of COVID-19 in an Indonesian fishing village
For female residents in Tambak Lorok, a small Indonesian fishing village in Central Java where access to water and hygiene is difficult and open defecation is common, they have a bigger problem than the pandemic.
COVID-19 has posed numerous challenges across the globe. The pandemic and its associated restrictions have changed the way we work, study, socialise, and interact.
Officials have announced that all Bali regions have officially turned into a Covid-19 epidemiological orange zone.
Ms Siti is among the majority of Indonesia’s elderly who have not been inoculated against the coronavirus, even as the country speeds up its nationwide vaccination programme to hit two million doses a day starting this month.
Women, youth and low-education workers bear the worst job losses in Indonesia when there are no tourists
Indonesia has been hit particularly hard [by COVID-19]. Tourism businesses have had no choice but to reduce business hours, lay off employees and implement pay cuts.
Road to recovery: Assessing job risk and the impact on the most vulnerable in Indonesia’s pandemic-hit tourism industry
The tourism sector is a significant driver of Indonesia’s economic growth – so important that the country has been trying to open the doors to international tourists in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
An Indonesian court has sentenced former Social Affairs Minister Juliari Peter Batubara to 12 years in prison for embezzling more than US$2 million in Covid-19 relief program funds.
As many as 34,702,821 Indonesians have received their second COVID-19 vaccine dose as of this past weekend, according to the COVID-19 Response Task Force.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost all parts of society, it has deeply impacted people with disabilities, many of whom have been dragged closer to the poverty line as the ongoing crisis severely reduces their income.
Indonesia plans to let people pay for a Covid-19 vaccine booster shot from early next year. Health Minister Mr Budi Gunadi Sadikin said availability is slated for January 2022.