As of Sunday (8/9), Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally went up by 1,893 to 125,396 cases in the last 24 hours.
The government will soon start school activities in the yellow zone and implement a provisional curriculum that simplifies the learning process.
Ten global companies received a registered certificate and tax identification numbers as digital value-added tax collectors, including Facebook, Amazon, TikTok, and Walt Disney Company.
Several regions established regulations to enforce stricter health protocols, applying varied fines to violators and involving the army and police in its control.
SKK Migas is currently reviewing an additional profit-sharing clause for Inpex in the Masela Block. However, the government must keep an eye on the natural gas price fluctuation before finalizing it.
As of Thursday (8/6), Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally went up by 1,882 to 118,753 cases in the last 24 hours.
BPH Migas set a toll fee on the Citarik Tegalgede-SEP pipeline at US$ 0.185 per MSCF and Grissik-Pusri at US$ 1,027 per MSCF.
As of Wednesday (8/5), Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally went up by 1,815 to 116,871 cases in the last 24 hours.
Finance Minister Regulation No. 89 regulates another value scheme, in which agricultural products are only subject to one percent tax. Previously, the applicable VAT reached 10 percent of the product selling price.
President Joko Widodo imposes sanctions for violators of the COVID-19 prevention protocols. Police and soldiers are involved in overseeing these regulations.