The Indonesian government has made the final decision to cut the annual collective leave this December to control potential crowding that could significantly generate new transmissions of Covid-19.
Many countries look forward to surviving the 3rd wave of Covid-19 pandemic as the novel corona virus re-emerges in the fall while Indonesia also prepares for a similar threat that during the rainy season.
Indonesia’s Covid-19 crisis has been up and down along a fluctuating curve reacting to the uncertainty induced by contradictory and sometimes conflicting measures, causing as a consequence more severe struggles among the community
Indonesia has seen the decline to the homegrown economy as a report of the third quarter of 2020 found a possibility of a recession but the Archipelago nation saw improvement in export.
The Significant surge of Indonesia’s Covid-19 case during August led to the decision to impose another large-scale social restriction in Jakarta as hospitals in the capital city are in the threshold of its maximum capacity.
The controversy of reimposing the large-scale social restrictions creates a dilemma to save Indonesia’s economy from shrinking further as the country expects a recovery in the last quarter of 2020.
The works from more than 200 participants are on display in the virtual exhibition MANIFESTO VII: PANDEMI presented by the National Gallery of Indonesia (Galnas). The Exhibit runs until 6 December 2020.
The Covid-19 figure in Indonesia continuously climbs up day-to-day with the dramatic daily spike of confirmed new cases and the highest death toll in Southeast Asia. A hotter climate is definitely not slowing down the virus.
Indonesia’s Covid-19 cases have passed 100,000 cases with more than 5,000 casualties as the viral virus turned 53 spots into a red zone. We don’t know what’s about to happen, yet. It still depends on us.
Jakarta may look forward to going back to stricter social restriction to isolate the transmission of the Covid-19 but businesses must also need protection to avoid further impact.
The intercultural school has prepared the safety plan to protect students and staffs and are looking forward to reopening the class amidst the Covid-19.The intercultural school has prepared the safety plan to protect students and
PT MAP’s CEO Food & Beverage Division, Anthony Cottan, revealed details on what it takes for Starbucks to come out stronger after dealing with the Covid-19 crisis.
From YouTube parodies to apartment block sing-a-longs, music can help maintain a sense of community and also as an instant therapy to cope with stress especially during these unprecedented times.
GAIA Hotel & Resorts donates personal protective equipment (PPE) to medical personnel in Bandung and Yogyakarta to support their work in handing the Covid-19.
In this new episode of NOW! Jakarta Podcast, Alistair Speirs OBE invites us all to consult some of the greatest philosophers to see what they had to say about crises.
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Due to the Covid-19 crisis, Indonesia’s creative communities are inspired to hold the first and the biggest virtual festival that features a diverse range of programmes to be enjoyed at home.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Co-Founder PT Dailite Star Modéliste Golden Epafras to discuss the rational use of PPE and challenges during the Covid-19 crisis.
The combination of Ramadan and this Covid-19 crisis can be seen as the perfect time to apply greener lifestyle. Here's some tips you can do now!
As the Covid-19 pandemic worsens every aspect of life of global citizens, consumers’ outlook has changed accordingly.
During this Covid-19 crisis, Alistair Speirs believes that there are ten specific things that money can’t buy, no matter how much money you have. Find out those ten things that money can’t but on NOW! Jakarta Podcast Episode 4.
Alistair Speirs shares his views on what the tourism industry players should do in regards of this Covid-19 crisis.
This is a special time for Muslims to light up their own homes with more worship, reflect on themselves and do the good deeds during self-quarantine and isolation.
A collaboration that invites Indonesian people to help the safety of the backguards from the coronavirus outbreak.
The global spread of coronavirus disease might put the world into horror films when people are afraid to even go outside, but there is a silver lining and it's the empathy of collective acts to help each others.
It’s important to help others who have been struggling with the fight of Covid-19 in the front line or pay forward to the most vulnerable community. But it's more important that your kindness is delivered to the right person who n
This Covid-19 outbreak has impacted everyone physically, mentally, and even financially. For those suffering from mental health issues during this tough time, NOW! Jakarta has curated a range of resources and information.
The outbreak of the Covid-19 is creating stress for the global population – physically and mentally. While in lockdown and self-isolation, mental health could suffer and reach alarming levels if not kept in check.