Indonesia saw 260 confirmed COVID-19 cases on Jan 31, bringing the total to 6,730,016 infections.
As of Jan 30, Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally in the last 24 hours went up by 183 to 6,729,756 cases.
President Jokowi will issue a regulation forcing ministries and agencies to integrate their data to prevent any data overlap.
As of Jan 29, Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally in the last 24 hours went up by 165 to 6,729,573 cases.
Indonesia saw 322 confirmed COVID-19 cases on Jan 26, bringing the total tally to 6,728,998 infections.
Health Minister will lobby WHO about ending the COVID-19 pandemic status following Indonesia's success in curbing infections.
The government implements economic policies to move away from the COVID-19 pandemic to endemic. The authority and budget for the KPCPEN are returned to ministries and state agencies.
The Indonesian government will launch an incentive program for electric vehicles (EVs) in February. It will emulate the scheme used in Thailand.
Thirteen labor unions filed a formal constitutional review against the Government Regulation in Lieu of Job Creation Law to the Constitutional Court.
As of Jan 25, Indonesia’s COVID-19 tally in the last 24 hours went up by 274 to 6,728,676 cases.