Day: January 29, 2022

Bodies of three fallen soldiers flown home

Timika, Papua The coffins of three soldiers who were killed in an ambush in Gome sub-district, Puncak district, on Thursday, were flown by Batik Air to their respective hometowns from Timika, Mimika district, on Friday. The military procession for the departure of the caskets was led by Commander of the

Immediately activate village-level COVID-19 command posts: Task Force

The COVID-19 Handling Task Force called for the activation of (COVID-19) command posts in villages. That is why micro-level public activity restrictions (PPKM) continue to be implemented Jakarta Head of Behavior Change at the COVID-19 Handling Task Force, Sonny Harry B. Harmadi had urged COVID-19 command posts across all villages

After Omicron detected, Riau govt seeks tightening of health protocols

Citizens should not be panicking over this finding. What is important is that we maintain the health protocols together Kota Pekanbaru, Riau Riau Governor Syamsuar has urged residents to tighten the implementation of the health protocols after a patient in Pekanbaru was confirmed to have contracted the Omicron variant of

Cooperation expedites booster vaccination before G20 Summit: Sadikin

The increase in immunity among members of the public is very important for Bali that will host the G20 Presidency and welcome the guests from various countries. Jakarta Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin affirmed that multi-party cooperation, involving the public and private sectors, will expedite the government’s third or booster

Two bear cuscuses released into Sulawesi national park: official

Gorontalo Two Sulawesi bear cuscuses (Ailurops ursinus) were released into the Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park located in the provinces of Gorontalo and North Sulawesi. A Sulawesi bear cuscus mother and her cub were released into the Tulabolo-Hungayono wildlife observation track by several officers, Head of the Tulabolo Pinogu Sector

Increased BOR attributed to persisting trauma among people: PERSI

Jakarta The bed occupancy rate (BOR) in hospitals had increased, as people were still traumatized by the surge in cases caused by the Delta variant earlier, Indonesian Hospital Association’s (PERSI’s) Deputy Chairman Koesmedi Priharto stated. “We know that the previous trauma in June and July was a major traumatic experience