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Jakarta Health Agency reported a total of 344 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, July 8, 2020.
The government is currently pushing to accelerate the production of COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test kits by PT Bio Farma.
Physician Akmal Taher agrees that rapid tests are used during a screening stage rather than a final detection device.
Jakarta announced 166 more confirmed cases of Covid-19 on Tuesday, June 23.
The COVID-19 mitigation task force recorded that eleven provinces reported no new infection cases on Monday, June 22.
The Jakarta Health Agency held mass COVID-19 tests on 1,198 traditional market traders and found 137 had tested positive.
Jakarta is anticipating a surge in the number of COVID-19 positive cases since the test capacity in the capital increases.
Ministry of Health revealed the reason why the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests are costly.
Transportation Ministry announced today that the inter-city trains are now allowed to accommodate 70 percent passengers of its total seat capacity.
Garuda Indonesia president-director suggested the government to help lower the cost for flight passengers to undergo PCR-based COVID-19 tests.
Starting this week, all employees in the Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Ministry building are getting rapid tests for Covid-19.
Jakarta health agency has obtained 156,684 swab test samples in its attempt to better detect coronavirus (COVID-19) cases.
East Java Province received additional COVID-19 aid from the central government: Autonomous UV-C Mobile Robot (AUMR) and PCR test kits.
Garuda Indonesia appealed to people willing to leave and bound for Jakarta to complete their required travel documents, including SIKM.
President Jokowi inaugurated the launching of research, technology, and innovative products that helped to accelerate Covid-19 handling today, May 20.
Epidemiologist Tri Yunis predicted that the government could gradually ease the Large-Scale Social Restrictions or PSBB at the end of July.
Residents of Pasar Lama Sentani in Jayapura, Papua-122 of them-were revealed to be reactive to the rapid test for Covid-19.
AP I planned to study the use of PCR swab tests to detect passengers carrying the novel coronavirus causing Covid-19 in airports under its management.
Japan plans to approve its first coronavirus antigen testing kits in a move to boost the number of diagnostic tests available to battle the pandemic.
The Research and Technology Ministry announces the country is ready to produce PCR and rapid coronavirus (COVID-19) test kits.