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The number of new Covid-19 infections in Indonesia continues to decline every day, even though cases are still in the thousands.
To date, Indonesia has logged a total of 4,174,216 cases of the new coronavirus.
To defeat Coronavirus will likely require a new generation of vaccines that also block transmission.
To date, Indonesia has logged a total of 4,153,355 cases of Covid-19.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said there was no more area in the capital city that was classified as Covid-19 red zone.
Deputy Health Minister Dante Saksono Harbuwono said the Covid-19 Mu variant had not yet been detected in Indonesia.
Spokesperson for Indonesian COVID-19 task force clarifies a number of hoaxes related to Coronavirus disease.
Indonesia's total case count of COVID-19 on Friday rises by 12,618 to 4,056,354.
Indonesia Covid-19 Task Force logs new confirmed cases of 16,744 people on Saturday, August 21.
Jakarta provincial government recorded new 1,363 Covid-19 cases today, August 14.
Garuda Indonesia will cut the salary of its directors and employees starting this month.
Indonesia reported that 2,048 Covid-19 patients have died as of Tuesday, August 10.
The Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY) on Thursday reported 59 deaths from Covid-19.
Five Indonesian students recently created a body lotion which is claimed to be able to protect the body from being exposed to the coronavirus.
A number of regions in the past week outside of the islands of Bali and Java saw a growing trend of Covid-19 patients.
Indonesia continues to log high numbers of new Covid-19 infections.
Indonesia continues to log high numbers of Covid-19 infections daily despite the government's movement curb policy.
Indonesia on Friday, July 16, recorded the highest daily Covid-19 cases with the total of 54,000 people.
Several state-owned companies (SOEs) assist the government by distributing 27 ISO tank containers of medical oxygen to hospitals.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has said that 50 percent of Jakarta residents need to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.