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Mayor of Bekasi Rahmat Effendi reacted to the viral video showing a man confronted and ousted by mosque management for wearing a face mask.
Epidemiologist Iche Andriany Liberty advised South Sumatra and Palembang residents to double the face mask layers a person wears.
A watchdog group filed a police complaint against President Jokowi for allegedly disobeying health protocols in his visit to NTT.
A team from LIPI have figured out the solution to face mask waste issue by recycling disposable face masks into plastic pellets.
The Jakarta Pamong Praja Police accumulated Rp191.35 million from the payment of PSBB (large-scale social restrictions) fines from Jan. 11 to Feb. 3.
As a survivor, Anies Baswedan maintains that wearing a face mask is more convenient than contracting the virus.
Covid-19 task force revealed that medical waste has likely infested Jakarta Bay after a research was conducted by three institutions.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo asked for the standardization of community face masks during today's closed meeting with cabinet ministers.
Jakarta Government has scrapped the rule on progressive fines for individuals and business entities who violate the Covid-19 health protocols.
Expert talks about the link between pandemic fatigue and the eroding health protocol compliance among society.
Santa Clause rides elephants in Thailand during a special Christmas visit aimed at raising awareness about the threat of the coronavirus.
These are five of the items you need to bring in you air travel during the pandemic-struck holiday season.
Jakarta Environment Agency has reportedly managed 1,213 kilograms of disposable face mask waste from households from April to December 2020.
Bothered by the waste caused by disposable face masks, the South Korean student has come up with an eco-friendly solution, melting them to make stools
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan admitted that he was not comfortable wearing a face mask, yet claiming that getting Covid-19 was much more unpleasant.
The COVID-19 Mitigation Task Force reveals that the public compliance rate with the face mask policy is only 59.32 percent.
Coordinating Minister Muhadjir Effendy said the government had made preparations ahead of the school reopening in January 2021.
The Jakarta Satpol PP had reportedly collected Rp800 million-worth of fines from COVID-19 health protocol violations.
The COVID-19 mitigation task force offered an apology if the public was not content with the distribution of face masks to Rizieq Shihab's event.
IDI member M. Yadi Permana says chlorine-based detergent can be used to kill off the coronavirus (COVID-19) on cloth face masks.