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A medical worker treats a COVID-19 patient in a hospital in Aceh. ANTARA FOTO/Syifa Yulinnas/rwa.

Indonesia may partner with Australia to develop digital healthcare supply chains in response to COVID-19 pandemic

Our latest research recommends that Indonesia build a partnership with Australia to develop resilient and responsive healthcare supply chains using modern digital technologies.
Traffic in Jakarta has decreased significantly after the Indonesia government has restricted population mobility to reduce the spread of COVID-19, 4 July 2021. ANTARA FOTO/Hafidz Mubarak A/aww.

COVID-19 in Southeast Asia: all eyes on Indonesia

Two things contribute to increased COVID-19 cases in several countries in Southeast Asia: human mobility and activities and the spreading of new coronavirus variants.
A doctor stands by in a patient room at Pertamina Jaya Hospital in Cempaka Putih, Jakarta. ANTARA FOTO/M Risyal Hidayat/wsj.

Discrepancies in facilities and services among hospitals in Indonesia increase COVID-19 risks among health workers

Significant discrepancies in the quantity and quality of hospitals' facilities and services for COVID-19 treatment have contributed to increasing risks for medical workers.
The KRI Nanggala-402 submarine and its crew in 2012 upon completing an overhaul and retrofit. M Risyal Hidayat/Antara Foto

Lessons Indonesia must learn from the Nanggala submarine tragedy

Indonesian defence planners need to assume the worst-case scenario of future weapon system accidents and account for the whole acquisition lifecycle in weapon system procurements.
This Warty Pig is part of a panel dated to more than 45,500 years in age. Basran Burhan/Griffith University

How climate change is erasing the world’s oldest rock art

The ancient cave paintings have only begun to tell us about the lives of the earliest people who lived in Australasia. The art is disappearing just as we are beginning to understand its significance.

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