KAI served 160,926 long-haul passengers during New Year holiday period

PT Kereta Api Indonesia (PT KAI) served a total of 160,926 long-haul trip passengers during the New Year holiday period from Friday (Dec 31, 2021) until Sunday (Jan 2, 2022), a company official stated. State-owned railway operator PT KAI’s VP for Public Relations Joni Martinus┬ánoted that despite the company having anticipated a likely hike by […]

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Health service explains chronology of Omicron finding in East Java

Head of the East Java Provincial Health Service Dr. Erwin Astha Triyonno broke down the chronology of the finding of the COVID-19 variant, Omicron, in the region. The first case of Omicron was detected in a Surabaya resident, with the initials as TYC, after a five-day vacation with her husband, with the initials as SJJ, […]

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OJK optimistic of handling economic challenges in 2022

The Financial Services Authority (OJK) is optimistic of handling economic challenges in 2022, right from the Omicron variant to the normalization of policies from advanced nations. While opening the stock exchange in 2022 here on Monday, OJK’s Board of Commissioners Chairman Wimboh Santoso highlighted several of these economic challenges and the priority polices that the […]

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Foreign tourist arrivals up 3.06% in Nov 2021: BPS

Foreign tourist arrivals rose by 3.06 percent to reach 153,200 in November 2021 from 151 thousand the previous month, the Statistics Indonesia (BPS) has reported. “Although there is an increase, the increase is very little and the graph is very low. When compared to November 2020, the graphs coincide, meaning that there has been no […]

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Minister confirms 34 Omicron patients recovered

Health Minister┬áBudi Gunadi Sadikin┬áreported that 34 people, or 23 percent of the 152 Omicron patients in Indonesia, had recovered after undergoing treatment and isolation. “Of the 152 cases that entered Indonesia, more than half were asymptomatic, half were mildly ill,” he delivered the statement, as quoted from the Presidential Secretariat YouTube channel on Monday. Sadikin […]

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10,429 Jakarta schools start 100% offline learning

As many as 10,429 schools in Jakarta have begun implementing 100-percent face-to-face learning (PTM) this year, the provincial government has reported. “There are 10,429 schools, or around 97.2 percent, starting to conduct 100-percent PTM. This is in accordance with the decrees of the four ministers, as well as the provisions of the relevant agencies,” Jakarta […]

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