It is not surprising that, with a significant increase of fear, loneliness, frustration, and sadness throughout the COVID-19 pandemic comes an increase in mental health difficulties.
It is necessary for Indonesia to develop its own Covid-19 vaccine. And it will be by Indonesia, from Indonesia, to Indonesia.
Australia’s second most populous state said on June 29 it is considering reimposing social distancing restrictions after the country reported its biggest one-day rise in new coronavirus infections in more than two months.
Local institutions, both private and state-owned, have since racked their brains to meet domestic demand in the face of disrupted global supply chains.
Before 2016, the term ‘LGBT’ was rarely used in Indonesia. But early that year, comments by a senior Indonesian politician prompted a dramatic shift toward public anti-LGBT discourse.
A global study on mental health has found approximately one in five teenagers experience thoughts of suicide or anxiety.
Docquity has helped Covid-19 hospitals around Indonesia by recruiting 667 general practitioners and 200 specialists from various provinces.
An overview of the struggles experienced by women’s groups when dealing with gender-biased policies, with a focus on the fisheries and aquaculture sectors in South Sulawesi.
AIC Senior Fellow from Universitas Airlangga, Dr Christrijogo Sumartono, is a practising anaesthetist in his home city of Surabaya.
In Surabaya, the attack rate of COVID-19 has reached 139.7, meaning 140 in every 100,000 people is COVID-19 positive. This is the highest rate in the country.
Health ministry official Achmad Yurianto said 63 more deaths were also reported on Thursday, with total fatalities now at 2,339, the highest coronavirus death toll in Southeast Asia.
Why are Indonesia’s case numbers relatively low? Is the testing regime adequate? Have the government’s social restrictions regulations been successful? And what does the future hold?
More than 100 children may have died from the virus in Indonesia, while nobody under 18 has died in Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore or Australia.