Day: December 25, 2021

TNI deploys 10,657 personnel to help police secure Christmas

The National Defense Forces (TNI) has deployed 10,657 personnel to help the Indonesian Police secure Christmas celebrations across the country, TNI chief, General Andika Perkasa, has said.   “The request for security assistance across Indonesia has been met. (The number of personnel for each region) varies. In total, TNI deployed

COVID situation under control ahead of year-end holidays: ministry

The COVID-19 situation in Indonesia has remained under control ahead of the year-end holidays, spokesperson for COVID-19 vaccinations at the Ministry of Health, Siti Nadia Tarmizi, has emphasized. “We hope that there will be no increase (in COVID-19 cases) at the end of the year or the beginning of 2022.

Soekarno-Hatta Airport readies Terminal 2F for migrant workers

Soekarno-Hatta Airport in Tangerang, Banten Province is preparing Terminal 2F to exclusively serve Indonesian migrant workers returning from abroad, an airport official said.   “As per the transportation minister’s directives, we will ready Terminal 2F to welcome the arrival of Indonesian migrant workers. The move will also reduce the burden

Avoid excessive Christmas, New Year celebrations, follow protocols

Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan reminded people to steer clear from going overboard while celebrating Christmas and New Year’s 2022 and also to follow health protocols with discipline.   “The celebrations of Christmas and New Year’s 2022 are still being conducted in a simple way

16-year-old joins Dorna team for FIM Moto3 Junior

Indonesian racer Fadillah Arbi Aditama, 16, has been officially selected for Dorna’s Junior Talent Team for the 2022 FIM Moto3 Junior World Championship.   Dorna Sports is the organizer of several global motorcycle racing events. FIM Junior Grand Prix usually serves as a stepping stone for young riders for entering

South Sumatra first dose coverage reaches 70%

South Sumatra province has reached the 70-percent target for first dose COVID-19 vaccinations, Governor Herman Deru has informed.   “This is good news that the vaccination coverage in South Sumatra surpassed 70 percent on Friday afternoon. The achievement has been faster than our target,” he remarked on Saturday.   As