Indonesia has imposed curbs on public transport ahead of the annual exodus to home villages that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the government said on Sunday.
A trade delegation from Indonesia visited several companies in Qatar on Sunday as part of an initiative to explore the country’s investment climate, an official of the Qatar-Indonesia Business Council (QIBC) said.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Sunday he would get tested for coronavirus, while some of his ministers had also undergone precautionary tests
Indonesian police seized over half a million face masks from a Jakarta-area warehouse after the country's first confirmed cases of coronavirus sparked panic buying and sent prices for prevention products skyrocketing.
Two Indonesians have tested positive for coronavirus after coming into contact with an infected Japanese national, President Joko Widodo said on Monday
Torrential rain brought floods to Indonesia's capital on Tuesday, paralysing large parts of the city as rescue workers used boats to navigate streets turned into murky, brown waterways to get people to safety.
Indonesia has said it will not bring home nearly 700 hundred nationals who joined the Islamic State group in the Middle East over security fears, but added it would still consider repatriating young children.