Jakarta, InfoPublik - The government has assigned priority people to receive the Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) vaccine at an early stage. First, for health workers (Nakes) at Referral Hospitals (RS) who provide care for Covid-19 patients.
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Index Berita : Public Welfare
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Indonesian Foreign Affairs Ministry stated that there were no additional new positive cases of Covid-19 from Indonesian citizens abroad on Thursday (24 September).
Jakarta, InfoPublik – Indonesia’s Covid-19 recovery rate this week shows a positive achievement. The government recorded an increase of 35.8% which occurred in various regions.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - The Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) pandemic has not yet over. However, community activities that are currently starting to increase, pose a new risk of transmission, especially in offices and other workplaces.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Religious Affairs Minister Fachrul Razi stated that all parties must assume total responsibility towards child protection. This message was conveyed by the minister after receiving awards from the National Child Protection Commission (KPAI) at the KPAI Awards 2020 event.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Center for Interreligious Harmony (PKUB) head Nifasri expressed his hope that the Regional Governments pay attention to the role of religious leaders in tackling the spread of Covid-19 in their respective regions that is now lacking.
Jakarta, InfoPublik - Government spokesman for COVID-19 handling, Achmad Yurianto, said that on Thursday (18 June) as many as 20,650 specimens have been tested. Previously, the Covid-19 Task Force has targeted the examination of 20 thousand specimens per day.
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.