Jakarta, InfoPublik – The World Health Organization (WHO) has not issued any travel restrictions to China after the findings of patients suffering from pneumonia (lung inflammation) of unknown cause in Wuhan, China.
Index Berita : Public Welfare
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Indonesian Ministry of Industry held Gemilang NTB exhibition which aimed at promoting nature and culture of Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) on 2 to 6 December 2019.
Jakarta, InfoPublik- Home Affairs’ Ministry Population and Civil Registration (Dukcapil) Secretary Directorate General, I Gede Suratha, stated that his office had submitted population data to the Statistics Indonesia (BPS) to be be used for the census.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Youth and Sport Minister Zainudin Amali and Indonesian Contingent Chief de Mission Harry Warganegara conducted inspection on logistics for Indonesian athletes during the 2019 SEA Games. As reported by the Youth and Sports Ministry on Saturday (30/11), Minister Zainudin visited the Indonesian contingent's logistics kitchen in New Port, Manila, the Philippines. He ensured that the logistics supports for Indonesian athletes are well met.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Antiretroviral (ARV) is a drug that suppresses the HIV/AIDS virus in the body of people with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). So effective, people with HIV/AIDS can still be productive at work and have family without transmitting the virus to their partner and children.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – As part of the series of the 55th National Health Day 2019 commemorative events, Health Ministry held the Innovation Parade on Health Sector 2019 themed "Building Health Digital Ecosystem for Healthier Life".
Jakarta, InfoPublik – According to Health Minister Nila Moeloek, when a disease can not be completely treated, something must have been done incorrectly on the treatment. Therefore, health management must be done right both in the downstream and in the upstream.
Jakarta, InfoPublik –Stunting has become one of the issues addressed in the National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN), targeting to reduce the rate to 19%, 1% below the rate set by the World Health Organization (WHO) which was 20%.