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The Jakarta Metro Police spokesman said his side hoped that labor unions would refrain from staging rallies to commemorate Labor Day or May Day.
Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA) asked the government to allow the use of the GeNose C19 medical test kit for airplane passengers.
Minister of Research and Technology claims the Covid-19 breath test screening device dubbed the GeNose C19 is 90 percent accurate.
Jakarta's number of Covid-19 patients reportedly increased by more than 3,000 again today.
An expert Zubairi Djoerban opined the Covid-19 saliva test could serve as the standard test for the coronavirus disease or Covid-19.
The ever-growing cases of Covid-19 in Indonesia have forced the Transportation Minister to extend health protocols for airplane passengers.
The Metro Jaya Police say the rampant availability of counterfeit COVID-19 test reports results in the 'aircraft cluster.'
The Metro Jaya Police announce they have once again arrested the criminal syndicate specializing in counterfeit COVID-19 test results.
Epidemiologist Pandu Riono asserted that the Covid-19 detector GeNose could not be yet used as an alternative to PCR swab test or Antigen test.
Soekarno-Hatta Airport Police planned to summon hundreds of people who purchased counterfeit negative results of COVID-19 swab tests.
Sleman Regent Sri Purnomo announced that he was confirmed positive for coronavirus disease or Covid-19 on Thursday, Jan. 21.
Soekarno-Hatta Airport Police detained 15 people of a syndicate allegedly forging negative results of COVID-19 tests.
Bogor Mayor Bima Arya confirms that a rapid antigen test is mandatory for people willing to visit the city tourist sites during year-end holidays.
Wisma Atlet Kemayoran Emergency Hospital conducted research on early detection of COVID-19 through observation and swab tests on the eyes.
State airport operator Angkasa Pura II will implement the pre-order system for passengers willing to undergo the PCR swab test and rapid antigen test.
Bali Governor asserted that the negative swab test result requirement was under consideration of the health and mental safety of the community.
Transportation Ministry was mulling over a policy to oblige passengers of long-distance public transport to present a rapid antigen test document.
Domestic travelers departing to Bali are required to undergo PCR swab test ahead of the Christmas and New Year's holiday season.
Garuda Indonesia will require its passengers destined for Bali to pass COVID-19 swab tests and bring the report before boarding.
Bali government has issued a circular requiring domestic airline passengers wishing to visit the Island to present a negative PCR swab test result.