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The convalescent plasma treatment for coronavirus patients in Indonesia is set to enter its second clinical trial phase.
Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro says there are now six domestic COVID-19 vaccine candidates being tested by a number of institutions and universities.
The national Covid-19 mitigation task force said his side had received information about the existence of coronavirus mutation in the community.
Minister Bambang is expecting the country's merah putih vaccine clinical trials will be able to be commenced early in 2021.
President Jokowi said that while being in cooperation with other countries, the government was also striving to create its COVID-19 vaccines.
President Jokowi said the government is currently preparing a locally-produced COVID-19 vaccine candidate dubbed the Merah Putih Vaccine.
Two microbiologists questioned Hadi Pranoto after claiming that the virus causing COVID-19 could only be killed at 350 degrees celsius.
Eijkman targets the Indonesian Covid-19 vaccine would be made available for the public at the end of 2021.
Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology criticizes the government's claim of an 'antivirus necklace' said able to prevent COVID-19.
Eijkman-Oxford Clinical Research Unit (EOCRU) demands the government to reveal test results of COVID-19 suspects, or ODP and PDP.
The Gatot Soebroto Army Hospital is using convalescent plasma obtained from recovered patients to treat sick COVID-19 patients.
Eijkman Institute Head Amin claimed many vaccine manufacturers from China, Canada, and Europe offered a partnership to develop the Covid-19 vaccines.
Research and Technology Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro predicted that Indonesian-made COVID-19 vaccine will be available in 2021.
The Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology Director says there are reasons Indonesia's coronavirus (COVID-19) recovery rate climbed.
Eijkman Institute Biomolecular Institution (LBM) predicts that the peak spread of COVID-19 could occur between early May up to the end of June.
A researcher Herawati Sudoyo opined that sectoral ego existed in Indonesia on the anticipation of the coronavirus.
A researcher Herawati Sudoyo said that there was no study on the relation of air temperature with the coronavirus or COVID-19 thus far.