Living healthier starts with small steps, such as bringing your own drinking bottle in order to minimise unnecessary surface contact as well as reducing plastic bottle waste.
On behalf of one of Jakarta’s leading fitness centres, Evolution Wellness, David Prosser tells NOW! Jakarta about how the industry is faring and the brand’s reopening protocols.
Since it’s opening in December 2018, Kilo Kitchen has built a following of discerning Jakarta diners, there to enjoy the exquisitely curated combination of impeccable food, cocktails and urban ambience.
In the age of Covid-19, many people get creative to cope with the crisis and inspire many to participate in trendy culture, such as wearing a fashionable mask to cycling.
As the Covid-19 figure set a significant milestone, scientists are in a rush to make sure that at least 100 million vaccines will be available worldwide by the end of 2020.
Alistair Speirs returns with a sobering thought dispelling the illusion of the new normal. Does the new normal exist? Has anything really changed? Find out in another interesting Soapbox discussion.
British Chamber of Commerce Chairman, Ainsley Mann, talks to NOW! Jakarta about the current state of affairs for British companies amidst the pandemic as well as his thoughts on the crisis.
Alistair Speirs turned to European Chamber of Commerce Chair and President Director of Danone AQUA, Corine Tap, to see how her members are faring and find out her views on the way in which Indonesia has tackled the crisis.
Many people are being urged to secure themselves while maintaining their productivity at home during the pandemic. But is it necessary to be productive during lockdown?
Ismaya Group, the umbrella company for popular culinary destinations in Jakarta welcomes guests after months of hiatus during large-scale social restrictions.
The Ascott Limited (Ascott) introduces Ascott Cares and reviews its lodging products and services to ensure they are future-ready in a post-COVID-19 landscape.
Cartographers wrote “here there be monsters” when drawing maps with unexplored parts, imploring would-be voyagers to tread lightly within those parts unknown.
Don't get too excited. Jakarta is indeed on a transition period but you must still pay attention to your health. Keep wearing your mask. Bring your hand sanitiser everywhere. Maintain your distance.
The New Normal is meant to save the economy and keep people alive but people need to remain cautious and vigilant.
NOW! Jakata’s Alistair Speirs spoke to Colm Downes, Interim Country Director of British Council Indonesia the council’s progress as it embraces the new normal.