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Finance Minister Sri Mulyani predicts that the health budget for Covid-19 response this year will increase.
Jakarta's number of Covid-19 cases continues to increase. Today, August 4, the city's Health Agency detected 2,981 new confirmed cases.
Jakarta Metro Police had again disclosed a case of Covid-19 therapeutic drugs hoarding involving nurses and pharmacists.
The Religious Affairs Ministry announced that the Islamic New Year of 1 Muharram 1443 Hijri falls on August 10, 2021.
The Indonesian government will continue the disbursement of free internet data assistance for students this year
Rumors about Covid-19 vaccines causing imminent death within two years after injection is a dangerous hoax says government task force.
The Home Affairs Ministry director general, Bahtiar, in a seminar explains why the government needs to monitor foreign nationals in Indonesia.
United States announced US$30 million in urgent Covid-19 assistance through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for Indonesia.
Presidential Secretariat Head confirms that the presidential aircraft or Indonesia-1 as President Jokowi's VIP air transportation has been repainted.
President Jokowi held a national prayer session ahead of the 76th commemoration of Indonesia's independence.
Tempo asks the Eijkman professor about the PPKM Level 4 imposed by the government is initially scheduled to end today.
Minister Luhut asserts that the government now has better understanding on the importance of contact tracing.
The Indonesian government allegedly is not being honest in the provision of pandemic data for political reason.
The Association for Education and Teachers (P2G) asks Minister Nadiem Makarim to cancel the plan to conduct a national assessment amid the pandemic.
The Religious Affairs Ministry meets with the Saudi Arabian Ambassador Esham Altsaqafi for talks of the 2021 umrah pilgrimage.
Eijkman said the Covid-19 Delta Plus variant (B.1.617.2.1 or AY.1) had been in Indonesia since three weeks ago.
Minister Sandiaga Uno collaborated with Kahmipreneur to provide a second batch of scholarships for small traders affected by the PPKM Level 4.
Jakarta increases the marketing and digital literacy trainings for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to help them survive the pandemic.
Currently, all New Zealanders in Jakarta are constantly being advised to register for safe travel.
Tanah Abang Metro Police confirmed the installation of white flags around Tanah Abang Market, Central Jakarta some time ago.