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Govt prepares comprehensive scenario for handling COVID-19 endemic: VP

Antara News 03 Sep 2021
Jakarta (ANTARA) - Indonesian Vice President Ma'ruf Amin spoke of the ... On the same day, the vice president reviewed the implementation of COVID-19 vaccination at the Dental and Oral Hospital of the University of Indonesia's Faculty of Dentistry in Central Jakarta.
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Kelapa Dua Wetan Health Center Has Negative Air Pressure Room

Berita Jakarta 11 Jun 2021
Kelapa Dua Wetan (KDW) Urban Village Health Center (Puskesmas), Ciracas, East Jakarta, now has negative air pressure room. This 4x6 meter room is located in dental clinic on the third floor ... air pressure room is more sterile, making dental clinic patients safe and comfortable.
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Indonesia plane crash: Divers find Boeing 737 wreckage with dozens presumed dead

The Independent 10 Jan 2021
World news in pictures. 8 January 2021 ... AFP/Getty. World news in pictures. 7 January 2021 ... Reuters ... EPA ... “We are aware of media reports from Jakarta regarding Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182 ... A crisis centre was also set up at the airport in Jakarta, and police asked families to provide information such as dental records and DNA samples to help identify bodies.
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COVID-19: TNI sends 122 health personnel to Yogyakarta

Antara News 23 Mar 2020
Jakarta (ANTARA) - The Indonesian Military (TNI) has dispatched 122 health personnel to Yogyakarta to support COVID-19 handling efforts in the province ... They also include 1 electromedical technician, 2 medical analysts, 1 medical record officer, and 1 dental nurse who have completed their duties in Greater Jakarta areas, he added.
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Ministry targets 12-year-olds to be free of caries by 2030

Antara News 21 Mar 2019
Jakarta (ANTARA) - Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin is targeting 12-year-old children in Indonesia to be caries-free by 2030 through the mentoring role of the Dental and Oral Health Committee ... Sadikin highlighted the commitment of the Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) to improving the dental and oral health of Indonesians.
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