The president said Indonesia has gradually managed to handle the pandemic and has been returning to normalcy.
They are set to be destroyed immediately.
"It is understood that the baby tested positive for COVID-19."
The decision was also based on recommendation issued by the Indonesian Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (ITAGI).
The pandemic is predicted to last longer than anticipated.
Booster doses should be prioritized for the elderlies.
Booster shots will be made mandatory for Indonesians over the age of 18 who are traveling abroad.
"We're better prepared."
The government is bracing for potential case surge.
The military, police, and local governments will encourage vaccination and conduct tracing more rigorously.
A decision to this effect was made during a limited cabinet meeting chaired by President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) at Merdeka Palace, Jakarta, on Monday.
The four drugs are Favipiravir, Remdesivir, Regdanvimab, and Molnupiravir
A new wave became a possibility that must be considered by authorities.
The minister noted that two factors caused COVID-19 vaccines to expire, with the first being, donated vaccines, with a short expiry date. Second?
the first condition is in accordance with the World Health Organizations regulation requiring the number of additional confirmed, active, and mortality cases per 100 thousand people to be at Level 1 for three consecutive months
to obtain a visa-free special tourist visit or a visit visa upon arrival for special tours, every foreigner must show a valid nationality passport. The passport, he said, must be valid for at least six months.
Indonesia still needs to pursue the target of 70-percent complete vaccination for the entire population in order to achieve herd immunity against COVID-19 transmission
"Why do we need to continue PPKM if the COVID-19 condition has already been under control?" a minister asked.
Convidecia vaccine is not yet included in the national vaccination program because the current supply is still deemed adequate.
The probability of a new spike in COVID-19 cases exists, but the numbers are expected to be relatively insignificant.