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State railway company KAI transports oxygen weighing 80 tons from Jakarta to Surabaya free of charge.
A man was arrested by the Metro Jaya Police for modifying CO2-filled portable fire extinguishers into oxygen tanks.
Hyundai Indonesia (HMMI) announces its commitment to help the Indonesian government in battling the Covid-19 pandemic.
Police have named 37 suspects in 33 cases of Covid-19 theraputic drugs stockpiling and selling above retail prices.
There has been an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases outside of Java, in contrast with the declining trend in infections seen on the island.
Governor Anies Baswedan says such disgraceful acts amidst a pressing oxygen crisis are crimes against humanity.
Jakarta Metro Police hands over 166 oxygen cylinders to Governor Anies Baswedan.
The government will be working in tandem with companies in the gas industry to supply the need for medical-grade oxygen.
The government prepared the digital Covid-19 contact tracing system to be integrated into shopping malls or merchants.
The Bali Legal Aid Institute (LBH) received reports of oxygen supply shortage in Bali.
Minister Luhut unveiled on Sunday that the overwhelmed hospitals contributed to the soaring deaths in the past week.
The Oxygen House health facility initiated by KADIN Indonesia, GoTo, and Samator Group received a visit from President Joko Widodo on Saturday.
The number of Covid-19 positive cases in Indonesia has drastically increased, including in the Papua Province.
The Lapor Covid-19 volunteer group receives hundreds of citizen complaints regarding violations of health protocols during the Emergency PPKM.
President Jokowi summoned Bogor Mayor Bima Arya Sugiarto on Wednesday, July 21, to the Bogor Palace, West Java.
Depok Covid-19 Task Force reminded the public to be aware of the fraud regarding online sales of oxygen tanks.
The public and relatives of the Bandung Immanuel hospital's patients rallied together to help supply oxygen mere hours before running out of supply.
South Korea donated 350 oxygen concentrators and 35 ventilators to help Indonesia cope with an exponential spike in COVID-19 cases.
Bogor Mayor Bima Arya has urged the central government to take a swift action to deal with medical oxygen supply scarcity in the city.
The Tangerang Regency and the regional-owned firms form a task force in order to monitor the availability of medical oxygen for Covid-19 patients.