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Indonesia has administered the first doses of COVID-19 vaccine to 1,068,747 healthcare workers across the country as of Sunday.
The government claims that the healthcare incentives in 2021 will remain unchanged, contradicting a previous letter from the Finance Minister.
Health Ministry claimed 482,145 of 1,530,308 medical workers targeted under national immunization program have received 1st shot of COVID-19 vaccine.
The Indonesian Medical Association (IDI) announces there have been 369 medical workers and healthcare workers who perished in COVID-19 battle.
A total of 342 medical workers comprising 192 doctors, 14 dentists, and 136 nurses died from COVID-19 infection, says IDI.
Volunteers participating in COVID-19 handling efforts in the country are focusing on three areas
Amnesty International Indonesia said the number of health workers who died of Covid-19 in the country is one of the highest in the world.
Hundreds of Philippine medical workers have been infected by the coronavirus and more than 30 have died.
President Jokowi ordered the Health Ministry to quickly incentivize medical workers who currently treating COVID-19 cases.
The number of patients exceeds hospital capacity in East Java, which makes it risky for medical workers to be in such a condition.
Twenty two resident doctors at Surabaya Dr. Soetomo Hospital contracted the new coronavirus disease or COVID-19.
The Covid-19 Task Force Head Doni Monardo claimed that the government's handling of the new coronavirus pandemic continued to show progress.
The promised incentives for medical workers have yet to be distributed as the central government is still awaiting data from provinces.
Depok Regional Hospital (RSUD) decided to temporarily halt its operations for the next 14 days after 27 medical workers tested positive for COVID-19.
Videos and photos of medics raising posters with hashtag #IndonesiaTerserah or 'Whatever, Indonesia' amid the Covid-19 pandemic trend on social media.
The Health Ministry official Arianti assessed the improper use of PPE was among factors that caused the death of medics treating COVID-19 patients.
The Riau provincial administration provided an allowance of Rp2 million per day for each medical worker who treats COVID-19 patients.
Lunch 4 Paramedic is a movement to provide lunch for health workers in the frontline of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The Jakarta COVID-19 task force recorde 84 medical workers who have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19), with two among them currently pregnant
Minister Erick Thohir on Wednesday conveyed his appreciation for medical workers in the frontline of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.