The government is inspecting Boeing 737 Classic series airliners operated by 10 airlines to examine potential damage and whether they are fly worthy.
Indonesia reported 11,557 new COVID-19 cases and 295 deaths in the past 24 hours on Thursday (1/14), while 7.741 patients have recovered.
The government will issue digital certificates for citizens who have already been vaccinated as a substitute for the mandatory PCR test while traveling. There is a risk of creating a false sense of security, which will worsen the pandemic.
As of Wednesday (1/13), Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally went up by 11,278 to 858,043 cases in the last 24 hours.
The government will not start the 40-percent biodiesel mandatory program or B40 this year and continue the B30 Program. The collected palm oil levies are not enough to cover the price difference between CPO and diesel prices.
Indonesia kicked off the COVID-19 mass vaccination program. However, doubts over vaccine efficacy have sparked resistance, in addition to calls for vaccinations not to be mandatory.
Daily COVID-19 cases have surpassed 11,000 figures. Wardrooms are getting scarce, potentially worsening the COVID-19 crisis.
The House of Representatives (DPR) and the central government will issue the Law on the State Capital City in the second half of 2021 and promise wonderful opportunities for investors.
The government called WhatsApp management to discuss personal data protection. The Communication and Informatics Ministry (Kominfo) asked WhatsApp to reveal what kind of personal data they collected, processed, and shared with third parties.
Indonesia reported 10,047 new COVID-19 cases and 302 deaths in the past 24 hours on Tuesday (1/12), while 7.068 patients have recovered.