Authorities have so far rolled out 10 machines across greater Jakarta — home to more than 30 million people — to dispense 1.5 kilograms of rice to the poor.
Indonesia’s wildlife markets are “like a cafeteria for animal pathogens,” but they have resisted efforts to close even as China has shut its own markets over coronavirus fears.
The rise in pregnancies will likely occur mostly among women from low-income families who largely depend on free contraception provided by the BKKBN.
“The government is rushing to restart the economy when they know very well that it will take some time to recover.”
While national governments deliver policies at the macro level, regional and local governments often formulate and implement policies which have the most direct impact on citizens’ lives.
We have targeted to produce 50 thousand to 100 thousand units of synthetic peptide-based rapid test kits. The production capacity of rapid test kits may reach up to 100,000 units per month.
The AIC In Conversation podcast was today launched by the Australia-Indonesia Centre across a number of popular podcast applications. An audio version of the Centre’s new In Conversation webinar series, the podcast is available for subscription on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and more.
The 857 vendors at the Salatiga market in Central Java province, as well as visitors, are required to wear masks and avoid physical contact with each other.
Dr Windhu Purnomo said that it was ideal to add 14 days more of social distancing because according to him, incubation for coronavirus tends to vary from 14 to 25 days.
These findings come from a study we carried out in 2018 that examined multidimensional poverty in South Sulawesi.
The number of West Java residents receiving subsidy has increased from 9.4 million to 38 million, with most of them in the southern part of the province.
The task force is expected to revise crucial information and reporting once it compiles the data from all provinces and districts across the archipelago.
Around 300 participants heard about Covid-19 experiences from five past students studying abroad in Australia, Georgia, Thailand, Belgium and Hungary.