Although the Indonesian government has come under fire from residents for toxic levels of air pollution in the capital Jakarta, health experts told AFP Covid-19 is a disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
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.
Covid in Indonesia: 100 people die in a day amid surge in Omicron cases, why has the number of deaths reached dozens of times?
The number of deaths from Covid-19 in Indonesia reached 100 people in a day, on Friday (11/02). That’s a 25-fold increase from January 6, when the death toll was four.
Indonesia is tightening social restrictions in Greater Jakarta, Bali, Bandung and Yogyakarta amid a spike in Covid-19 infections driven by the Omicron Read more
Para peneliti yang bergabung dalam PAIR Summit 2021 membahas isu terkait data kesehatan dan bagaimana mendapatkan keseimbangan yang tepat antara penguatan kesehatan dan memungkinkan ekonomi berfungsi dengan baik di waktu yang sama, serta bagaimana sektor bisnis Indonesia bertahan selama pandemi.
Researchers at the PAIR summit discussed health data, getting the balance right between health measures and allowing the economy to function and how the Indonesian business sector has coped during the pandemic.
The city of Yogyakarta is famous for its dancers, artists and musicians; how have they adapted to the world of COVID-19?
Private pharmaceutical companies in Indonesia will be permitted to directly import Covid-19 vaccines to “balance the market”, the country’s health minster told parliament earlier this week.
Indonesia’s daily economic life is underpinned by millions of small and medium enterprises that are found in the laneways, roadsides and retail streets of this busy nation. They account for 97 percent of the domestic workforce and 60 percent of national economic growth.
Ben Husen, a journalist from Lhokseumawe in Indonesia’s ultraconservative Aceh Province, has a secret: he has yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
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.