Jakarta, InfoPublik – As much as 2,305 Indonesian citizens abroad were infected with the COVID-19, as stated by Foreign Affairs Ministry (MOFA)’s twitter account @Kemlu_RI, on Saturday, 19 December.
Index Berita : Public Welfare
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Sulianti Saroso Infectious Diseases Hospital (RSPI) held a simulation of the Covid-19 vaccination on Wednesday (12/16). The objection was to map the protocol for implementing the Covid-19 vaccination.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi appreciated the National Search and Rescue Agency Basarnas’ emergency-response in dealing with accident or disaster of any kind that may occur at any time.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Foreign Affairs Ministry announced on Sunday 29 November that seven additional Indonesian citizens (WNI) domiciled abroad have recovered from COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections to 2,035 with 1,405 recorded recovery and 159 deaths.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Foreign Affairs Ministry (MOFA) reported five Indonesians in two countries suffered COVID-19. It made the total number of Indonesians infected by the coronavirus reached 1,877.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Foreign Affairs Ministry confirmed 1,703 Indonesian citizens (WNI) in abroad were infected by COVID-19 as of Monday, 2 November.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - The number of patients recovered from Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) increased 3,624 people on Monday, 2 November. Therefore, the total number of recovered patients reached 345,566.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Based on data from the World Health Organization (WHO) as of 19 October, 44 candidates for COVID-19 vaccine have entered clinical trials. A total of 154 vaccine candidates are in the pre-clinical trial stage.