As long as a vaccine for the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is not yet available, we can follow the 3Ms and 3Ts to protect ourselves from the virus.
Special needs children are among the groups most vulnerable during the Covid-19 pandemic, both in their health and education.
Many offices have kept information private, thereby slowing down the tracking. This leads to widespread transmission, including to other regions by travelers from Jakarta.
The activities of state officials make them vulnerable to COVID-19 infection. It is necessary to disclose the information as early as possible to prevent the spread of transmission.
The development of Covid-19 has brought forth a new phenomenon that is increasingly challenging.
Offices are one of the focal points of the newly reinstated large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta. A team has been formed to oversee the PSBB implementation at offices
Fears that Indonesia will fall into recession in the third quarter of 2020 have triggered ”panic” in deciding economic policies. A number of policies have been launched to cope with extraordinary conditions.
This nation has been fighting COVID-19 for six months and we have not yet won the war.
Without maximum protection, it is feared that more health workers will die, and this could have a serious impact on the country’s Covid-19 response.
The Covid-19 pandemic has dealt a major blow to children with special needs and their parents.