Zinta the black labrador’s nose didn’t let her down as Australia beefs up airport biosecurity after Indonesian foot-and-mouth disease outbreak.
The Japanese government and UNOPS have delivered essential medical equipment, medical supplies and personal protective equipment to support the Government of Indonesia’s COVID-19 response.
New research shows how Indonesia’s drug control policy victimises women, and puts their health at risk
Drug law enforcement in Indonesia including crackdowns, arrests for drug use, incarceration, and extrajudicial abuses were linked with negative health outcomes for women.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia increased by 4,048 on Monday, taking the total tally to 6,172,390, the COVID-19 Handling Task Force reported.
The IRSA International Conference on 18-19 July 2022 in Lombok sought to explore strategies for post-pandemic economic recovery.
Midwives are playing an important role in assisting families to support childhood stunting reduction efforts in Indonesia, BKKBN has said.
The National Children’s Day is a reminder to fulfill children’s rights to health so that they can grow and develop well, stated Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin.
Cannabis will continue to be banned and will still exist as a class 1 narcotic in Indonesia.
A recent study suggests that 66 percent of COVID-19 survivors in Indonesia experience persistent symptoms long after they tested negative for the coronavirus, greater than the estimated rate of global prevalence of 43 percent.
Indonesia will reimpose a Covid-19 testing requirement for travelers who haven’t received their booster vaccine in order to curb a resurgence in cases.
As instructed by President Joko Widodo, Covid-19 Task Forces all over Indonesia are renewing efforts to roll out booster vaccines for local people.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Indonesia, the government’s PeduliLindungi application remains an integral part of daily life.
Indonesia had passed the peak of the latest Covid-19 wave driven by Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 subvariants, with a relatively lower number of daily cases and deaths compared to other countries or the previous waves, Minister of Health Budi Gunadi Sadikin said this week.
Indonesian lawmakers will discuss a plan to legalise marijuana for medicinal purposes, after a mother’s plea for the treatment for her child spread widely online.
An Australia-Indonesia Business Council healthcare seminar in Brisbane has discussed the needs of Indonesia and how Australian businesses can help facilitate them.