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Women's Empowerment and Child Protection Minister Bintang Puspayoga highlighted challenges in implementing education for children with disabilities.
Jakarta's Tebet Sectoral Police arrested four minors who were suspected of robberies and took the victim's motorbikes and cellphones in Manggarai.
The government plans to increase the cigarette tax or tobacco products excise (CHT) to reduce the smoking prevalence, especially among children.
Minister Sri Mulyani said children who lost their parents due to Covid-19 potentially see a decrease in their quality of life, health, and education.
Parents need to obtain birth certificates for their children to ensure their rights as Indonesian citizens are protected once they grow up, says KPAI.
President Jokowi held a virtual dialogue that saw him exchange conversations with primary school students amidst Children's Day commemoration.
President Jokowi reminds children to keep up their spirit, continue learning, praying, and following health protocols.
Yogyakarta's Gembira Loka Zoo has been turned into one of Covid-19 vaccination centers.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan said the Covid-19 vaccine is administered to children aged 12-17.
The Health Ministry urges regional governments to immediately commence the third phase of Covid-19 vaccination starting today, July 1, 2021.
Jakarta data shows that the new Covid-19 Delta variant has infected children in various age groups.
The Indonesian government has started the Covid-19 vaccination for pregnant mothers and children aged 12-18 years.
The number of Covid-19 cases among children in West Java was indeed the highest at 45,450.
The Indonesian Pediatrician Association (IDAI) released 10 recommendations regarding the Covid-19 vaccination for children and adolescents.
Study says that the initial trial of the CoronaVac Covid-19 vaccine in over 500 children and teeens suggest shows that the shots are safe.
KPAI appreciated the swift action of all parties in supporting the fulfillment of children's health rights through the Covid-19 vaccination.
Until today, there are 3,227 children in Yogyakarta contracting the Coronavirus
Children and adolescents are not shielded from the risk of coronavirus transmission that causes COVID-19.
Jakarta Health Agency warns that the number of Covid-19 cases among children aged 18 and below has seen an increase.
The Indonesian Health Ministry argues that many Covid-19 cases among children can be traced back to their parents.