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Virus haunts industrial zonesSeptember 07, 2020
Six months into the pandemic, Indonesian workers are not only at risk of massive layoffs but also of infections at their workplaces, as virus clusters have emerged in factories, prompting calls for tighter government supervision and better compliance of health protocols from companies.
Jakarta to add 11 extra referral hospitals after new surgeSeptember 04, 2020
Jakarta is planning to designate another 11 healthcare facilities as COVID-19 referral hospitals as the coronavirus continues to spread in the city. The capital currently has 67 referral hospitals and 170 other hospitals providing COVID-19 patient services that are quickly becoming overwhelmed with new admissions of COVID-19 patients.
Government urged not to put vaccine on pedestalSeptember 04, 2020
The government says it has so far secured 30 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccines by the end of this year, in addition to between 290 million and 340 million doses by next year, following state-owned companies’ agreements with China’s Sinovac Biotech, and the United Arab Emirates' Group 42 (G42) Healthcare.
Home Minister admits several ‘green zones’ have never conducted testsSeptember 03, 2020
According to Tito, the APIP must pay close attention to this. “There needs to be more supervision. There are areas with low testing capacity and no PCR [polymerase chain reaction] tests done and they are proud to be called ‘green zones,’” Tito said.
Patients crowd hospitals as 183 medical workers are lostSeptember 03, 2020
More than 2,000 daily new cases appear to be the new normal for Indonesia, which on Wednesday recorded 3,075 new cases and 111 deaths – bringing the tally to 180,646 confirmed cases, 42,877 of which are active cases, and 7,616 deaths