To protect the economy from the impacts of COVID-19, the government has decided to speed up the disbursement of funds.
The leader of one of Indonesia’s biggest provinces has set up dedicated services to tackle the spread of the coronavirus, drawing in one of The Australia-Indonesia Centre’s partner Universities.
COVID-19 death rate in Indonesia is the highest in the world. Experts say it’s because reported case numbers are too low
Indonesia now has a 9.3 per cent death rate from coronavirus — the highest in the world — after the death toll rose by a quarter at the weekend, to 48 out of a total of 514 confirmed cases.
Indonesia may soon match the catastrophe in countries like Italy or Iran, as the number of deaths from coronavirus accelerates. Officially, Indonesia has a death rate of around 8-per cent, one of the highest in the world and the Government has made little progress in containing the spread.
The General Elections Commission (KPU) in Surakarta City, Central Java, decided to defer the stages of regional elections to thwart the spread of new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), as Indonesia is witnessing a rising death toll.
The West Java Health Agency started distributing a million masks for the province’s residents and more than 1,000 units of personal protective equipment for medical personnel on Monday.
The National Police on Monday issued a warning against non-essential public gatherings as they increase the chance of coronavirus transmission, saying that any violation could risk a jail term.
Communications and Information Minister Johnny G. Plate has urged people staying at home as per government recommendation not to illegally stream movies online.
Deputy Mayor of Bandung Yana Mulyana has been tested positive for COVID-19. “I have run test and it comes back positive,” said Yana through a video received by Tempo on Monday, March 23, 2020.
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Coronavirus modelling shows the Australian government is getting the balance right – if our aim is to flatten the curve
Australian government recently endorsed stricter social distancing measures to tackle the spread of the coronavirus, requiring four square metres of space per person in an enclosed room.
According to the Chancellor, the issuance of this circular based on several considerations, such as the number of positive Covid-19 patients and patients under surveillance, increased significantly both in the DIY and at the national level.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has put a massive strain on Indonesia’s healthcare system, with reports of inadequate medical supplies and the deaths of hospital workers as patient numbers continue to surge.
The University of Queensland will continue to suspend all coursework teaching from Monday after a one-week break to slow down the spread of coronavirus.
As many as 364 students have stayed behind at Padjadjaran University (Unpad) dormitories in Sumedang, West Java, after the campus was shut down on Friday.