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Lurking Omicron Threatens Indonesia
The President told those on duty at the border to heighten surveillance to detect the Omicron variant.
Fulfill Disability Rights
The majority of disabled people face limited access to health, education, training and decent employment.
Vaccine Access and Climate Mitigation Prioritized
The G20 agenda is also closely related to the United Nations’ 26th Climate Change Summit (COP 26) in Glasgow, Scotland, the United Kingdom, which is slated for early November.
Giving Third Vaccine Dose as ‘Complement’
The set of recommendations published by SAGE advises offering an extra dose of WHO-approved vaccines to people with moderate and severe immune disorders as an “extended primary series”.
Economic Pressure Triggers Mental Health Issues
The COVID-19 pandemic has had major impacts on people’s mental health, both directly and indirectly. Comprehensive intervention is needed to address this issue.
Alarm for Regional Covid-19 Response
The decline in the scores of 18 provinces in the 11th week indicated a worse condition than the previous week, when only 6 provinces showed a decline. Nevertheless, several other provinces recorded higher scores.
Virus Transmissions Increase While Treatment Remains Limited
This concerning situation makes curbing virus transmissions even more difficult. Many new positive cases and deaths go unrecorded.
Budget Disbursement Remains Low
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said the disbursement of direct cash assistance (BLT) amounting to Rp 28.8 trillion (US$1.98 billion) for 8 million recipient groups remained low.
Case Surge Expands Beyond Java
Data from independent tracking site LaporCOVID-19 shows that the fatality rate among unhospitalized people with Covid-19 had also increased to 621 cases.
Health Facilities Limited, Self-Mitigation During Isolation Increasingly Important
Currently, the highest bed occupancy rate is in Banten (92 percent), Yogyakarta (91 percent), West Java (87 percent), Jakarta (85 percent), Central Java (83 percent), East Java (82 percent) and Lampung (82 percent).