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Thirty-six out of 1,167 pulmonologists in Indonesia were Covid-19 positive and three had already died albeit their adherence to the health protocols.
President Jokowi has warned his cabinet to prioritize the COVID-19 mitigation in eight provinces reporting high positive cases.
The Health Ministry has released guidance on childbirth at hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indonesia issued Trade Minister's Regulation No.57/2020 on the exports provisions of raw materials for masks and personal protective equipment.
Minister of Trade Agus Suparmanto said the government lifted the restriction on exports of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Industry Minister Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita said that Indonesia recorded a surplus of PPE used to prevent the Covid-19 transmission.
The Education and Culture Ministry has distributed 268,381 units of personal protective equipment (PPE)
House of Representatives (DPR) has called on the government to mass-produce COVID-19 equipment, such as diagnostic test kits, ventilators, and PPEs.
Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that the scarcity of personal protective equipment or PPE in Indonesia is not caused by a lack of money on the stateside.
A number of students joined the Teencov19 movement produced face shields to help medical workers treating COVID-19 patients in Jakarta Greater Area.
Young siblings Tania Amelinda (15) and Maulida Lailatul (9) on Tuesday donated their savings to help COVID-19 medics with APD.
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 government announced its readiness to domestically produce COVID-19 portable ventilators, rapid test kits, and other protective equipment.
BKPM said that six South Korean-based garment companies in West Java had delivered some 927,500 PPEs to the BNPB amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Indonesia's COVID-19 Task Force Head Doni Monardo confirmed on Saturday that 650,000 hazmat suits (PPEs) were distributed to all Indonesian provinces
DPR established a COVID-19 task force, which consisted of legislative members from across parties, said the House speaker Puan Maharani.
Ombudsman says the inaction done by government in allowing masks and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) become scarce is maladministration.
Hazardous waste in the city keeps climbing as the waste of disposable face masks and gloves also increases during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The public donation to the COVID-19 task force continues to grow as of Thursday, April 2.
Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI) and many other groups voiced their protests to the government over insufficient PPE amid the coronavirus outbreak