Regional Govts in Indonesia Urged to Strengthen Supervision of Health Protocols
Hospital Bed Occupancy Rate for COVID-19 Patients in Jakarta Reaches 31 Percent
Tangerang City Gov't Prepares for Third Wave of COVID-19 Infections
Bangka Belitung Gov't Supports National Social Solidarity Day 2021
COVID-19 Task Force Says Omicron Variant not yet Detected in Indonesia
The Indonesian COVID-19 Handling Task Force has advised regional governments to strengthen the monitoring of health protocols implementation and expand immunizations.
Deputy Governor of Jakarta Ahmad Riza Patria says bed occupancy rate (BOR) of COVID-19 patients in 140 referral hospitals are used by 1,115 patients, or 31 percent of the capacity of 3,616 beds.
The Tangerang City Government in Banten is preparing to face the third wave of COVID-19, which is marked by the increasing number of transmissions and confirmed COVID-19 patients.
The HKSN series began with Cross-Border Social Solidarity (LBKS) activities at the Air Anyir Village Office, Merawang District, and at LKS Al Kautsar, Sungailiat District, Bangka Regency.
The Indonesian government continues to monitor the distribution of the COVID-19 variant through the sequencing of specimens of travelers at each entrance spread across Indonesia, and until now there have been no cases of Omicron variants found
According to the Head of State, in an increasingly open world with increasingly high interactions between countries, the wave of globalization is unavoidable.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not prevented the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs from providing respect, protection and fulfillment of the rights of persons with disabilities.
The scope of Pocadi's cooperation includes fostering, developing, evaluating and coordinating the management of libraries for the implementation of the social welfare of the Beneficiary Recipients (PM
The Minister of Social Affairs said that social warehouses are needed to ensure that people in disaster areas can still access basic needs, even though transportation access is cut off.
Since its establishment five years ago, the Kumala Waste Bank has 379 Beneficiary Recipients(PM), consisting of residents and scavengers around Tanjung Priok.