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Preventing dengue, malaria to avoid double health burden amid corona

As Indonesia battles the novel coronavirus disease, another health threat looms for the tropical nation with the change ...

Health Ministry urges people to be vigilant of malaria amid COVID-19

The Indonesian Health Ministry has reminded the people living in malaria endemic areas, to be vigilant of the disease ...

Gunung Kidul was declared anthrax outbreak area by Health Ministry

The Indonesian Health Ministry had declared an anthrax outbreak status in Gunung Kidul District, Yogyakarta Province, ...

Gunung Kidul ever ravaged by anthrax epidemic: Indonesian official

Gunung Kidul District in Yogyakarta Province often experienced the anthrax cases because it had ever been ravaged by ...

Health ministry confirms 110,921 dengue fever cases until Oct 2019

A total of 110,921 cases of dengue fever were recorded throughout Indonesia in the year ending October 31, 2019, ...

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Government's intervention helps control dengue outbreak

As Indonesia is experiencing the peak of rainy season in January and February this year, mosquito-borne viral disease ...

Dengue fever claims lives of eight East Sumba residents

Eight residents of East Sumba District, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) Province, have died of dengue fever so far. The ...

Health Ministry sends 100 units of dengue RDT instruments to Papua

The Health Ministry has distributed 100 small packs of dengue rapid diagnostic test (RDT) instrument to ...

Jakarta regional general hospitals offer free treatment for dengue patients

Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has ordered all regional general hospitals (RSUDs) in the capital to treat dengue ...

15,132 dengue fever cases reported as of Feb 1

As many as 15,132 cases of dengue fever were reported in Indonesia, with 145 deaths, as of February 1, 2019, according ...

Health Ministry calls for quick response over DHF breakout

Director of Prevention and Control of Vector and Zoonotic Diseases, Siti Nadia Tarmizi, urged health care facilities ...