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 Indonesia Allows Limited Face-to-Face Classes For 2021 – 2022 Academic Year

Indonesia Allows Limited Face-to-Face Classes For 2021 – 2022 Academic Year

Indonesia will allow schools to open for limited capacity face-to-face classes in July 2021, the start of the 2021-2022 academic year
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Bali Remains Closed for Foreign Tourists: Indonesia’s Minister

Bali Remains Closed for Foreign Tourists: Indonesia’s Minister

Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno reiterated that the Indonesian resort island of Bali is still closed to foreign tourists.
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Indonesia Extends Covid-19 Restrictions, Allows Trial Runs for Some Tourist Attractions to Resume Operations

Indonesia Extends Covid-19 Restrictions, Allows Trial Runs for Some Tourist Attractions to Resume Operations

Indonesia will start trial runs for reopening 20 tourist attractions in alert level 3 cities amid Covid-19 pandemic.
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Indonesia Plans to Resume Economic Activity in Phases from September, Says Senior Minister

Indonesia Plans to Resume Economic Activity in Phases from September, Says Senior Minister

The plan of reopening the economic activity will depend on the results of the country’s preventive measures to curb Covid-19 transmission.
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 Jakarta to Start Trial Runs for Face-to-Face Classes in Schools

Jakarta to Start Trial Runs for Face-to-Face Classes in Schools

The Jakarta provincial administration will start limited face-to-face classes between April 7 to 29, three months the government authorized the move
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