Monthly Archives: Mei 2020

‘New normal’: Indonesian army set to enforce COVID-19 measures

'New normal': Indonesian army set to enforce COVID-19 measures Some 340,000 officers across Indonesia tasked with ensuring people observe rules issued to slow coronavirus spread. 26 Mei 2020 Indonesia has ordered the deployment of hundreds of thousands of troops and police officers to enforce rules on wearing face masks and physical distancing, as the world's…
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Major Indonesian hospitals go digital to tap into growing telemedicine market

Major Indonesian hospitals go digital to tap into growing telemedicine market 20 Mei 2020 Many major hospital operators in Indonesian have launched their own teleconsultation services to tap into the growing telemedicine market in the country, which has been further accelerated by the COVID-19 outbreak. Siloam Hospital chief information officer Ryanto Marino Tedjomulja said the hospital…
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Where Bats Are Still on the Menu, if No Longer the Best Seller

Where Bats Are Still on the Menu, if No Longer the Best Seller Indonesia’s wildlife markets are “like a cafeteria for animal pathogens,” but they have resisted efforts to close even as China has shut its own markets over coronavirus fears. 13 Mei 2020 BANGKOK — Six days a week, the butchers of Tomohon gather…
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Indonesia: More than 2,200 died with coronavirus-like symptoms

Indonesia: More than 2,200 died with coronavirus-like symptoms 28 April 2020 Reuters review of data from 16 of Indonesia's 34 provinces suggests COVID-19 deaths far higher than official toll More than 2,200 Indonesians have died with acute symptoms of COVID-19 but were not recorded as victims of the disease, a Reuters review of data from…
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