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Senior citizens who do not have a Jakarta ID Card are allowed to receive the Covid-19 vaccine during the mass vaccination at Istora Senayan.
Health Minister assures that the government has distributed the January and February incentives for healthcare workers.
The plan to construct a pedestrian crossing bridge with a healthcare workers monument came under critique by DPRD Jakarta.
The Indonesian government will soon progress to the second phase Covid-19 vaccination on February 17.
The Health Minister claims over one million Indonesian healthcare workers have received the Covid-19 vaccine injections.
The Indonesian government will provide free swab antigen test services for people in rural areas and the population in sub-district areas.
The Health Ministry says 811,000 healthcare workers across Indonesia have received the first COVID-19 vaccination shots.
The government claims that the healthcare incentives in 2021 will remain unchanged, contradicting a previous letter from the Finance Minister.
Covid-19 task force claims the handling of the pandemic has shown a somewhat positive development but warns people against being complacent.
Health Minister will try to maintain the incentives for healthcare workers in the front line of Covid-19 despite budget cuts from Finance Ministry.
The Covid-19 vaccination spokesperson said the fourth delivery of Sinovac vaccines consists of 10 million doses and one million overfill doses.
Jakarta Environment Department recorded a high number of medical wastes in the capital city during the Covid-19 pandemic, totaling 12,785 tons.
Transparency International Indonesia (TII) argues that the more corrupt a country is, the less state funds is allocated for its healthcare services.
Epidemiologist Tri Yunis Miko Wahyono suggests Indonesia take strict social restrictions as the country logs one million Covid-19 cases.
Health Minister Budi Gunadi said the tighter social restriction aimed at reducing people's mobility to help protect health workers.
IDI stated that the deaths of healthcare workers in the frontline has worryingly grown due to rising public mobility amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The government Covid-19 task force declared its commitment to fight for the wellbeing and safety of healthcare workers.
Economist Faisal Basri has criticized the government's reduced healthcare budget in the 2021 State Budget (APBN).
The Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) announces there have been 369 medical workers and healthcare workers who perished in COVID-19 battle.
DPRD Jakarta member said the city will be providing free COVID-19 vaccinations for two professions within the priority group category.