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President Jokowi discussed several issues during a meeting with Malaysian Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin at the Merdeka Palace today.
The Soekarno-Hatta Airport head of immigrations will inaugurate the airport's special route at Terminal 3 for migrant workers.
BP2MI assisted the 52 Indonesian migrant workers that arrived from Saudi Arabia on late Thursday at the Soekarno-Hatta Airport.
An Ethiopian woman was fired when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and her employers dumped her on the streets.
The Indonesian Migrant Workers (TKI) had traveled by road from Malaysia to Pontianak.
President Jokowi said some 34,000 migrant workers will return to Indonesia amid the coronavirus or Covid-19 pandemic throughout May 2020.
Tens of thousands of people have been walking home from India's big cities after being laid off because of the novel coronavirus lockdown.
BP2MI says the repatriation of 34,300 Indonesian migrant workers to occur in May-June 2020 period.
In commemoration of the International Workers' Day or May Day, Indonesian migrant workers read poetry online.
Some 15,000 Indonesian Migrant Workers (TKI) are expected to return home ahead of the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
Singapore has seen a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases to over 10,000 infections this week.
Migrant Care voiced its disappointment over the decision of President Jokowi who appointed Benny Rhamdani as Migrant Workers Protection Agency Head.
North Sumatra health agency will reportedly quarantine 500 Indonesian migrant workers from Malaysia that will arrive in Medan.
Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah said she will soon coordinate with the Chinese Ambassador to discuss the fate of Chinese workers in Indonesia.
The Manpower Minister said Indonesian migrant workers in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong are reportedly uninfected by the Wuhan coronavirus.
No Indonesian worker in Hong Kong has been reported injured.
Indonesian Manpower Ministry is eyeing on sending 70,000 specified skilled workers (SSW) to Japan within the next five years.
Dozens of Indonesian migrant workers were deported using their own money after being detained in a camp in Malaysia.
As many as fifty undocumented Indonesian migrant workers in Jordan have returned home.
Migrant Care, a migrant workers' advocacy group, appealed to the government to lift the ban on sending migrant workers to the Middle East