Day: January 4, 2022

No AEFI indication during booster vaccination trial: task force

A clinical trial of COVID-19 booster vaccinations has recorded no indications of severe adverse events following immunization (AEFI) on research subjects, COVID-19 Handling Task Force has informed. At an online press conference here on Tuesday, the task force’s national spokesperson, Wiku Adisasmito, said that the research has recommended a six-month

Banyumas: Man arrested for posting obscene photos of ex-lover

The Banyumas city police, Central Java, have detained a 25-year-old man for posting obscene photos of his ex-lover on social media and sending their prints to the victim’s home. AJ, a resident of Kemranjen, Banyumas district, was arrested from his home on Monday (January 3, 2021), after evading arrest for

PUPR Ministry to renovate homes in Mandalika ahead of MotoGP

The Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) Ministry will renovate homes located around the Mandalika Circuit under the housing renovation assistance program (BSPS) and the housing beautification program ahead of the 2022 MotoGP. “The ministry will fully support the implementation of the 2022 Mandalika MotoGP,” director general of housing at

Full vaccination coverage reaches 114.5 million

The number of Indonesians who have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine has reached 114.5 million, according to data released by the COVID-19 Task Force on Tuesday. The number of residents who have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday stood at 114,565,936, an increase of 369,597

Indonesia Extends Mobility Restrictions Outside Java, Bali Till Jan 17

The Indonesian government decided to extend the policy on public mobility restrictions, locally known as PPKM, outside the islands of Java and Bali, from today to Jan 17, 2022, although COVID-19 cases continue to decline, a senior minister said yesterday. The number of districts/cities with PPKM level 1, currently increased

Suspected Militant Accused of Beheadings Killed in Indonesia

PALU, INDONESIA — Indonesian security forces killed a suspected militant accused of beheadings in a shootout Tuesday in a sweeping counterterrorism campaign against extremists in remote mountain jungles, police said. Provincial police chief Rudy Sufahriadi said Ahmad Gazali, 27, also known as Ahmad Panjang, a key member of the East Indonesia