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E484K Covid-19 Strain Detected in Indonesia

E484K Covid-19 Strain Detected in Indonesia

Indonesia remains vulnerable to Covid-19, after the E484K strain of the virus was detected in Indonesia in February 2021
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Indonesia Highlights: Covid-19 Vaccination Program Continues during Ramadan: Indonesia's Ministry of Health | E484K Covid-19 Strain Detected in Indonesia | Indonesia to Disburse $27.6 Million Stimulus

Indonesia Highlights: Covid-19 Vaccination Program Continues during Ramadan: Indonesia's Ministry of Health | E484K Covid-19 Strain Detected in Indonesia | Indonesia to Disburse $27.6 Million Stimulus

Indonesia will continue to carry out the Covid-19 vaccination program during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan throughout the country.
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Indonesia Highlights: Indonesia Extends Enforced Restriction of Community Activities or PPKM | Covid-19 Task Force Express Concerns Over Spread of B.1.1.7 Strain | Mount Merapi Crater Increased in Hei

Indonesia Highlights: Indonesia Extends Enforced Restriction of Community Activities or PPKM | Covid-19 Task Force Express Concerns Over Spread of B.1.1.7 Strain | Mount Merapi Crater Increased in Hei

Indonesia will extend micro-scale Enforced Restriction of Community Activities [PPKM] from March 9 to 22, as it has yet to contain Covid-19
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Indonesia Highlights: Indonesian Migrant Workers Returning From Saudi Arabia Suspected of Carrying British Covid-19 Strain to Indonesia | 1 Policeman Dead Following Clashes with Islamic Militants in C

Indonesia Highlights: Indonesian Migrant Workers Returning From Saudi Arabia Suspected of Carrying British Covid-19 Strain to Indonesia | 1 Policeman Dead Following Clashes with Islamic Militants in C

Carriers of the B.1.1.7 mutation of Covid-19 traced to two migrant workers from Karawang, West Java. This and more on Indonesia Highlights
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Indonesian Migrant Workers Returning From Saudi Arabia Suspected of Carrying British Covid-19 Strain to Indonesia

Indonesian Migrant Workers Returning From Saudi Arabia Suspected of Carrying British Covid-19 Strain to Indonesia

Indonesian medical authorities traced the B.1.1.7 strain of Covid-19 from Great Britain to Indonesian migrant workers who returned from Saudi Arabia
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