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The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) estimates that 89 million more people in the region have been pushed back into extreme poverty because of the impact of COVID.
Interviews with 96 female office workers aged between 20 and 50, conducted over June, July and August last year, found the mental burden on working women grew during the pandemic.
Keuskupan Agung Jakarta hingga NU ikut berpartisipasi dalam Sentra Vaksinasi Serviam. Menargetkan vaksinasi 500 orang lansia dan difabel sehari.
Like many Indonesians, Maria Qibti, 32, was unaware of the existence of Article 81 of Law No. 13/2003 on labor, which allows women to take two days of paid leave when they are menstruating.
The Indonesian House of Representatives plans to draft a bill that will criminalise the activities of producing, selling and buying, distributing, drinking and storing alcoholic beverages.
Deputy Health Minister Dante Saksono said the recent discovery of the B117 variant in local cases “poses a challenge” after a year of living with the pandemic.
As Indonesia’s Covid-19 case count continues to climb past one million, the government’s disregard of other public health measures in favour of an aggressive mandatory vaccination drive shows a clear neglect of its human rights obligations.
Indonesia has authorised one of the world’s first private vaccination schemes to run alongside its national programme so that companies can buy state-procured vaccines to inoculate their staff in Southeast Asia’s biggest country.
Vaccinating several billion people across the world is an enormous task and raises a number of important issues, including equitable distribution of the vaccines across and within…
The head of Indonesia’s COVID-19 task force has set an ambitious deadline by which Indonesia is to completely be rid of the coronavirus, with the targeted date falling on the country’s Independence Day.
Indonesia has approved Sinovac Biotech’s COVID-19 vaccine for use in the elderly, a letter from the food and drug agency shows, potentially changing the country’s strategy which has prioritised its working population first.
Amid the soaring number of Covid-19 cases in Indonesia, the country’s government has decided to take a new measure on micro lockdown in an effort to control the lingering pandemic.
An intern doctor at a community health center (Puskesmas) in Central Java, one of the COVID-19 hardest-hit regions, is waiting anxiously for her turn to receive the vaccine she needs to protect her when treating patients.
In Indonesia, it can cost twice as much to transport a refrigerated container of oranges from Jakarta to Jayapura, in Papua, a distance of more than 4,300km, than it does to import it from Shanghai, a similar distance away.