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JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Through a home minister instruction issued on Monday (Nov 1), the government has upgraded Jakarta to the lowest level of the multitiered public activity restrictions (PPKM), at least until Nov 15, as new daily cases in the capital have been consistently in the low three digits over the past few weeks.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Malaysia is ready to hold talks at the policy and technical level with Indonesia for the mutual recognition of vaccination certificates, through the respective country's monitoring apps -MySejahtera (Malaysia) and PeduliLindungi (Indonesia).
Indonesia reports a mere 620 newly-confirmed Covid-19 cases and 65 more deaths; lowest numbers in more than a year
The number of Covid-19 cases in Indonesia rose by 620 within one day to 4,228,552, with the death toll adding by 65 to 142,716, the country's Health Ministry said on Monday.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Low awareness and accountability among public electronic service providers (ESPs) continue to be the bane of Indonesia’s weak data-protection landscape, experts have said, as protection measures continue to lag behind the nation’s speedy digital transformation.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): The government is now allowing children under 12 years old to visit shopping malls in some areas of Java, following requests from retailers to lift a ban imposed on Aug 10.
Indonesia has opened a few of its borders to foreigners after the Ministry of Law and Human Rights issued a ministerial regulation that reopens applications for tourist and limited stay visas for fully-vaccinated travellers.
Indonesian capital starts cinema reopening programme as Covid-19 cases are getting much lesser; only 3,145 cases on Thursday (Sept 16)
The administration of Indonesia's capital Jakarta on Thursday started conducting its pilot cinema reopening program as the number of daily COVID-19 cases in the city was declining, a city official said.
A number of tourist destinations in Indonesia reopened their doors in regions that have relaxed their Covid-19 public activity restrictions, locally known as PPKM, earlier this week.
After breathing a sigh of relief from the second wave of Covid-19 transmission, Indonesia is now preparing for the transition from pandemic to endemic.
A number of tourist destinations in Indonesia on Friday reopened their doors in regions that have relaxed their COVID-19 public activity restrictions, locally known as PPKM, earlier this week.