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LaporCOVID-19 deplores claims by a number of officials saying they have received Covid-19 vaccine booster.
Coalition of health workers dubbed KoMPAK highlights the government's inconsistency in prioritizing health issues in handling the Covid-19 pandemic.
The North Jakarta city government was set to administer the third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine or vaccine booster again for health workers.
Amnesty International Indonesia received reports that many health workers were intimidated for questioning the late distribution of their incentives.
Jakarta Metro Police had again disclosed a case of Covid-19 therapeutic drugs hoarding involving nurses and pharmacists.
Yusril Ihza Mahendra suggested the Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) talk to Komnas HAM over COVID-19 deaths among health workers.
Indonesia will receive 72.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine this August with a total of 258.6 million until December 2021.
Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin appealed to the public not to request or administer the third dose of COVID-19 vaccine or a booster shot.
Indonesian Tourism Minister Sandiaga Uno said he would give reward of a tourism package to health workers who battled the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jakarta city administration has just started the inoculation of the third Covid-19 vaccine dose or vaccine booster for health workers.
MPR Deputy Speaker Syarief Hasan said government needs to pay greater attention to the condition of health workers.
Coordinating Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said the government planned to mobilize more health workers, both nurses and doctors.
Indonesian health workers will get a third dose of Covid-19 vaccines starting next week.
The third Covid-19 vaccine will only be administered to medical workers due to its limited dose.
The Health Ministry published a study on the effectiveness of the Sinovac vaccine on health workers in Jakarta.
The Indonesian government will recruit more volunteers to deal with the shortage of health workers dealing with Covid-19.
Jakarta's need for health workers continues to increase in line with the high number of Covid-19 cases in the capital city.
Health Ministry Spokesperson denied issues saying that Sinovac vaccine recipients are more vulnerable to Covid-19 than recipients of other vaccines.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan issued the Gubernatorial Decree No. 675 of 2021 regarding the controlled isolation locations for COVID-19 patients.
The Jakarta government continued to push for vaccination. As of Monday, at least 2.1 million residents have got their first dose of Covid-19 vaccine.