Bali’s pandemic, its impacts and legacies

In February 2022, Bali’s international border reopened after almost two years. Long-waited and warmly welcomed by most on the island whose livelihoods are so deeply connected to the dominant tourism industry, there is also a level of concern and trepidation.

Driving a data response to pandemic in Yogyakarta

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.

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