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The Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology in Jakarta, Friday, received donation worth Rp10 billion from pharmaceutical firm PT Tempo Scan Pacific, that will be channeled for intensifying COVID-19-related examination at its laboratory facilities. The donated funds were received through the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) Task Force for Accelerating COVID-19 Handling, Head of the Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology Amin Subandrio notified journalists here as quoted by Antara. The institute's laboratory is one of those selected by the Indonesian government to assist the Health Ministry to detect harmful microbes and the novel coronavirus, he revealed, adding that the Eijkman Institute has, until now, examined nearly three thousand test samples. Some 10 percent of those samples revealed positive results. The Eijkman Institute requires the support of various parties to enable it to double its laboratory capacity, he stated//Ant

04
April

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Indonesian government has imposed the policy of working, studying and worshipping from home since last month. To support the government’s policy, Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI) has launched Belajar di RRI or Learning In RRI program since March 26, 2020. This program is designed for primary, secondary and high school students. This was stated by Director of Program and Production of Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI), Soleman Yusuf, to Voice of Indonesia in Jakarta in a telephone interview, Friday (03/04). Director Soleman Yusuf said this Learning in Radio program is part of the COVID-19 emergency response special program to socialize and give clear information about COVID-19 to the public. This one hour program is starting from 10 to 11 AM from Monday to Friday and broadcast simultaneously by 67 RRI working units across Indonesia.

"There are many online learning program from the Ministry of Education and Culture, and also from schools.  As we know that not all areas are covered by Internet connection in Indonesia. This program Learning in RRI is one of the solutions. Listening to the radio does not cost at all. They can follow clearly through the radio about the lessons given by their teachers directly in the studio or by telephone then broadcast by RRI, " the Director said. 

Soleman Yusuf added the program receives positive response from teachers, students and parents in Indonesia because the sound is clearer than from the Internet.(VOI/ANI).

 

04
April

The National Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM) has hailed the decision to postpone the regional head elections (pilkada), scheduled for September this year, on account of the coronavirus pandemic. The postponement was agreed upon by the House of Representatives (DPR), the General Election Commission (KPU), the Election Supervisory Board (Bawaslu), and the Electoral Honorary Council (DKPP). Komnas HAM appreciates the postponement of the implementation of the 2020 elections, Komnas HAM member Amiruddin said in a statement here on Friday as quoted by Antara. Continuing with the pilkada process amid the COVID-19 crisis would violate the basic human right of the Indonesian people to stay healthy and safe. Besides, it would also fuel concerns about election officers and voters being infected with the virus during the poll process, in case there are COVID-19 carriers among officers or voters, he added//Ant

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April

 

 

The queen will speak to the nation on sunday about the coronavirus outbreak - as the number of people who died with the virus rose by 684 in 24 hours. Buckingham palace said the message, recorded at windsor castle, will be broadcast on tv and radio at 20:00 bst. The queen, 93, records annual christmas messages but other addresses are rare. the department of health said that as of 17:00 bst on 2 april, the number of deaths was 3,605, up from 2,921. there are 38,168 confirmed cases. In scotland, the number of deaths has risen by 46, while in wales a further 24 people died. in ni, the number of people who died with coronavirus has risen by 12. The queen's address will be broadcast on tv, radio and social media, buckingham palace said. she has been staying at windsor castle since mid-march as a precaution. It is only her fourth special address at a time of national crisis during her 68-year reign. the other occasions were after the queen mother's death in 2002, ahead of diana, princess of wales's funeral in 1997, and during the first gulf war in 1991. The queen also made a televised address to mark her diamond jubilee in 2012. The monarch, 93, released a statement about the outbreak last month, when the number of uk deaths stood at 144. She said the uk was "entering a period of great concern and uncertainty" and praised the work of scientists, medics and emergency staff, saying everyone has a "vitally important part to play"//BBC

 

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