Day: December 26, 2021

Over 110 million Indonesians fully vaccinated against COVID-19

The number of Indonesians receiving the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine increased by 451,535 to reach 110,407,287 on Saturday afternoon, the COVID-19 Response Task Force informed. Meanwhile, the number of residents receiving their first shot rose by 768,061 to touch 156,182,585. By Saturday afternoon, 1,280,673 people had received their

Indonesia invites investment in broadband technology: ministry

The Communication and Informatics Ministry has invited investment in broadband technology from the private sector to accelerate digital transformation as part of efforts to achieve the 2025 Broadband Targets set by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). “By 2025, all countries are expected to have universal broadband policies,” Director General of

COVID-19 vaccination coverage reaches 78% in Palu

The Government of Palu City, Central Sulawesi Province, informed that the city’s COVID-19 vaccination coverage has reached 78.43 percent as of December 24, 2021. “This achievement has surpassed the central government’s 70 percent coverage target. Palu government will strive to boost the percentage until the end of this year,” Head

Indonesia pushes for e-commerce and logistics partnerships in villages

The Communication and Informatics Ministry (Kominfo) pushes for innovation and partnerships in e-commerce and logistics to support the economy in rural areas because online sellers on the outer islands, for instance, can sell online through their own online stores or online marketplaces. “This can overcome the challenges of distance, low

Two more COVID-19 patients recorded in Bangka Belitung Islands

The Bangka Belitung Islands COVID-19 Task Force announced on Sunday that the number of COVID-19 patients who are undergoing isolation has increased to 29 after two more people get tested positive for coronavirus. “Today, two additional COVID-19 cases were found in Pangkalpinang and West Bangka,” the task force’s secretary, Mikron Antariksa,

Army doctors, students serve residents near Indonesia-PNG border

Several army doctors and students of the Cenderawasih University’s Medical School have jointly provided residents of Koya Tengah Village in Muara Tami Sub-district, Jayapura City, with health care service. The doctors who involved in the community service for the villagers near the Indonesia-Papua New Guinea land border area belong to