Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Pandemic Transition Requires Caution
The Covid-19 pandemic is under control and the rate of confirmed cases is declining but new variants are still emerging. In this transitional period caution is required in policymaking, especially in the economic sector.
Local Authorities Urged to Optimize Vaccination Efforts for Elderly
With the coverage of booster doses of COVID-19 vaccination for elderly still falling short of the target, regional governments have been urged to step up the movement to protect citizens.
Special Approach Needed for Elderly
Even though it has been three years since the pandemic began, Covid-19 vaccination coverage of the elderly is still low. A special approach is necessary to convince the elderly to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Second Booster Vaccine
The second Covid-19 booster vaccination rollout for people aged 18 years and older begins on Tuesday (24/1/2023). The people must get healthier and stronger.
Staying Vigilant Against Covid-19
We underline the Health Ministry’s three focus programs for 2023 as a serious effort by the government to overcome the Covid-19 pandemic. Vigilance should be maintained.
Handling of the Pandemic Continues
The COVID-19 pandemic is not over yet. Therefore, the handling of COVID-19 transmissions continues. The government will strengthen health services through the transformation of the national health system.
New Year Without PPKM
Crowds and people's movements are no longer restricted. However, residents are still asked to be careful and alert because the government has not revoked the health emergency status in this country.
COVID-19, PPKM and Healthy Behavior
One very important thing is that when the COVID-19 pandemic is over, we need to be vigilant and seriously prepare ourselves for another outbreak and/or pandemic in the future.
Health Protocols and Vaccinations Prioritized
The government would adjust COVID-19-related policies, taking into account the controlled transmission rate and the increase in socioeconomic activities.
Govt Ready to End Public Activity Curbs
The public activity restrictions will likely be terminated at the end of the year, but determining the end of the Covid-19 pandemic must still wait for the decision of World Health Organization (WHO).