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President Jokowi monitors the door-to-door COVID-19 vaccination program in Aceh today, September 16.
The government's plan to roll out a paid COVID-19 vaccination emerged again.
Surabaya plans to conduct mass COVID-19 vaccinations in a number of tourist destinations to reach herd immunity.
The Health Ministry launched a new feature in the Pedulilindungi app that will integrate vaccination data of people vaccinated overseas.
Vice President Ma'ruf Amin said the government continues to speed up the national COVID-19 vaccination program.
State-run railway operator PT Kereta Api Indonesia or KAI issued new travel rules for train passengers.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo accompanied by First Lady Iriana left for South Sulawesi for a working visit today, September 9.
Commuter line rail operator PT KAI Commuter has required people to show a Covid-19 vaccination certificate starting Wednesday, September 8.
Travelers need to pay attention to a number of changes and adjustments to flight rules, such as mandatory PCR, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Health Minister decides to lock state officials' data in the PeduliLindungi app after President Jokowi's widely spread on social media.
A COVID-19 vaccination certificate of President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo widely circulates on social media.
Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan says Indonesia has exported auto-disable syringes for the Covid-19 vaccination.
Jakarta Provincial Government did not rush to hold face-to-face learning at schools even though it has been allowed to, said Deputy Governor Riza.
Jakarta today starts the Covid-19 vaccination for expatriates working in the city.
Public Order Enforcers (Satpol PP) of West Jakarta will conduct Covid-19 vaccination for 5,000 homeless people next month.
Transjakarta requires would-be passengers to present a Covid-19 vaccination certificate upon entering the bus stop.
President Jokowi lauded the door to door Covid-19 vaccination held by the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) across 14 Indonesian provinces.
The Jakarta Provincial Government has raised the Covid-19 vaccination target to 11 million people from the previous 8.8 million.
Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin lifted the rule on the implementation of the Gotong Royong Covid-19 vaccine program for individuals.
The North Jakarta city government was set to administer the third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine or vaccine booster again for health workers.