The event tasks students and their mentors to design a variety of ventilator components that could be manufactured locally within an emergency time frame.
Researchers from The Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne, Monash University and the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, have achieved a world-first breakthrough in ventilator splitting.
Starting from this week, IPB University will become a testing site for COVID-19 and the team has implemented several safety measures ahead of this.
In line with its social responsibility, the Faculty of Cultural Sciences (Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, or FIB) of Universitas Hasanuddin (Unhas) distributed a Read more
In Indonesia, a disproportionate burden and risk is being worn by the urban poor who, in the face of government inaction in tackling the spread of Covid-19, are having to rely on themselves and each other to survive.
Neighbours have never before played such a critical “bystander” role as they do during periods of households’ physical isolation.
“We know that Australia has never experienced anything on the scale of COVID-19, and understand that the temporary restrictions are likely to affect everyone’s sense of wellbeing.”
Indonesia’s lockdown dilemma: mudik is a safety net for some, but may worsen the Covid-19 public health disaster
In the small window of time remaining before 23 April, it will be vital for Indonesian leaders to collaborate on a pragmatic and clearly articulated response to deal with travellers, and for this plan to be implemented effectively.
Since being appointed as one of the institutions handling the covid 19 outbreak, Universitas Airlangga has formed Corona Prevention Task Force and made various efforts, including research, laboratory tests, and healthcare services.
COVID-19 could and should be a game-changer, and may see improvements to global health regulations making vaccines faster to develop, test and introduce in the future, according to an expert in health policy and law from UWA.
Some referral hospitals for COVID-19 in Surabaya have reported a lack of protective gear for medical personnel who handle patients suspected of having been infected with the virus.
The current prohibition on religious services will have consequences not just in the short term but also in the longer term, after the resumption of normal life.
The intitive comes after the medical world was shaken by the decrease of PPE, due to panic buying, which is actually needed by medical personnel.