Experts Project Tsunami-Level Death Toll as Indonesia's Covid-19 Cases Rise

Under the mild intervention scenario, more than 144,000 people would die from Covid-19 in Indonesia by May.

#HEALTH

Jakarta Muslim Gathering Ends with 183 Placed in Quarantine

Participants of the Muslim gathering have been isolated at a mosque in West Jakarta after three of them tested positive for coronavirus.

MARCH 29 #HEALTH

Let's Wash Our Hands: KSB Revitalized Public Baths in Jakarta Slums

KSB's CSR program revitalized communal bathing facilities at Jakarta slums to help ward off the Covid-19 pandemic.

MARCH 28 #CORPORATE UPDATES

Indonesia’s Covid-19 Fatality Rate Nears 10 Pct as Cases Grow to 1,155 

Five provinces have not eported a single case, including East Nusa Tenggara, Bangka Belitung, Bengkulu, Gorontalo and West Sulawesi.

MARCH 28 #HEALTH

Gov't Pledges More PPE Amid Growing Concern Among Medical Workers

Indonesia currently has only 19,000 units of PPE in its stockpile.

MARCH 28 #HEALTH

Bakrie Group Contributes $1.2m to Gov’t Covid-19 Task Force

Bakrie Group adds the list of businesses who give away cash to the government for its handling of coronavirus outbreak.

MARCH 28 #SOCIAL

Gov’t Drafts Regulations on Partial Lockdown

Mahfud said several district and cities have informed the central government about a lockdown plan.

MARCH 28 #POLICY

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How Jakarta Buries Its Coronavirus Dead

The Jakarta provincial government has issued standard funeral procedures to bury Covid-19 victims.

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How Jakarta Buries Its Coronavirus Dead

The Jakarta provincial government has issued standard funeral procedures to bury Covid-19 victims.

March 26 #EYEWITNESS

G20 to Raise $4b for Covid-19 Vaccine Development

G20 countries are also committed to increasing medical supplies, including antibody testing kits and hand sanitizers.

MARCH 27 #HEALTH

Coronavirus Cases Surpass 1,000 in Indonesia With 87 Deaths

New cases soared by 153 in the biggest single-day rise ever.

MARCH 27 #HEALTH

Business Tycoon Tahir Donates $3.2m for Covid-19 Aid

Jakarta, the hardest hit by the virus in Indonesia, receives Rp 22 billion in cash.

MARCH 27 #PEOPLE

Regional Areas Go On Lockdown as Informal Workers Abandon Indonesia's Coronavirus Red Zones

President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has been adamant that cities and towns should not close their borders.

MARCH 27 #POLICY

New Research and Technology Ministry Consortium to Assist Covid-19 Task Force

The ministry has reallocated $1.2 million from its budget for the consortium.

MARCH 27 #TECH

US, UK in Rush to Repatriate Citizens From Indonesia

U.S. citizens are told make their own travel arrangements as soon as possible, since commercial flights are at significantly reduced level.

MARCH 27 #HEALTH

Indonesia's Covid-19 Cases Increase to 893, Single-Day New Cases Again Above 100

This is the second time the number of new cases on a single day hits triple digits.

MARCH 26 #HEALTH

Low-Key Private Funeral for Jokowi's Mother as First Family Observes Physical Distancing

The president traveled to Solo for his mother's funeral on Thursday unaccompanied by his ministers.

MARCH 26 #PEOPLE

Repatriating Britons a Priority: UK Ambassador

The UK Embassy has been calling airlines to reinstate flights to take British holidaymakers stranded in Bali home.

MARCH 26 #DISASTER

President Jokowi Says Mother Dies From Cancer

The family has requested for no public visitation during the funeral.

MARCH 26 #PEOPLE

President Jokowi's Mother Passes Away at 77

The president traveled to Solo in Central Java for the funeral on Wednesday.

MARCH 25 #PEOPLE

More Than a Thousand Indonesians Stuck Under India's Covid-19 Lockdown

Ten Indonesian citizens have tested positive for coronavirus in India, all of them in stable condition.

MARCH 25 #HEALTH

Indonesia's Covid-19 Deaths Climb to 55, New Cases Hit Biggest Single-Day Rise

Six more patients died in the past two days, and no recovery was reported on Tuesday.

MARCH 24 #HEALTH