Jakarta, InfoPublik – Based on Sample Registration System (SRS) 2014 data, cardiovascular disease is ranked as the second leading cause of death after stroke.
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Index Berita : Public Welfare
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Indonesian Health Minister Nila Moeloek stated that 2018 Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) data showed that cancer prevalence based on doctor's diagnosis rose from 1.4 per mil in 2013 to 1.8 permil in 2018.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – The National Standardization Agency (BSN) mandated to represent Indonesia in the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) keep continuing its endeavor to make Indonesia’s CPO products internationally accepted.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – The National Standardization Agency (BSN) has compiled and established ISO 14064 series on Greenhouse Gases which refers to ISO international standards as a guide to measure, monitor, report and verify greenhouse gas emissions.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – A year since it’s launch, South Sumatera Light Rail Transit (LRT) in the city of Palembang has become alternative transportation for the public. In nearly a year, the first LRT in Indonesia has transported 2,096,556 passengers.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Health Ministry’s director general for health services Bambang Wibowo said government effort to facilitate mudik (annual Eid homebound) is getting better.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Monkeypox is a disease caused by viruses transmitted through animals (zoonoses). Monkeypox incubation period (interval from infection to onset of symptoms) is usually six to 16 days, but can range from five to 21 days.
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Indonesian Health Ministry’s Director General for Health Services dr. Bambang Wibowo asserted that cooperation agreement between BPJS Healthcare and hospitals that fail to apply for re-accreditation will be terminated.