As of 10 November 2021, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia has reported 4.249.323 persons with confirmed COVID-19. There have been 143.592 deaths related to COVID-19 reported and 4.096.194 patients have recovered from the disease. WHO is working with the Indonesian Government to monitor the situation and prevent further spread of disease.
This page shares information on coronavirus disease and advice for the public on how to keep healthy and prevent the spread of illness in Indonesia.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) of the Republic of Indonesia has taken actions to enhance response efforts for COVID-19 in Indonesia, referring to WHO interim guidance on the novel coronavirus. Please see the links below for MoH COVID-19 related information.
→ Visit Government COVID-19 website
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