Community Activities Restrictions Enforcement

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Community Activities Restrictions Enforcement
PPKM covid 19 roadblock indonesia.jpg
A roadblock of a street entering Jakarta due to the COVID-19 mass restrictions
Date11 January 2021 – present
(10 months, 2 weeks and 6 days)
Location
Caused by COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia
GoalsContainment of the pandemic
Methods
  • Prohibition of movement and mass assembly in Java and Bali, including all religious, sports, social and cultural activities.
  • Indonesian barred from leaving their residence unless for essential activities.
  • All religious activities in mosques, church and temples suspended.
  • All industries are closed and work from home is implemented except for infrastructure services and supermarkets, wet markets, grocery stores and multi-functional stores selling daily necessities.
  • All nurseries, government and private schools, including boarding schools, international school, primary, secondary and pre-university education institutions, public and private universities, and vocational training centers closed
StatusIn force

The Community Activities Restrictions Enforcement or CARE (Indonesian : Pemberlakuan Pembatasan Kegiatan Masyarakat, commonly referred to as the PPKM) is a cordon sanitaire policy of the Indonesian government since early 2021 to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to the implementation of CARE, the government had implemented large-scale social restrictions (LSSR) which took place in a number of regions in Indonesia. As of 1 December 2021, all provinces in Indonesia implement CARE.

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Background

The Indonesian government first implemented CARE from 11 to 25 January 2021. The two weeks implementation of CARE was carried out based on the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs (Mendagri) Number 1 of 2021 and was implemented in the island of Java and Bali. Previously, in 2020, a number of provinces had implemented large-scale social restrictions (LSSR) to prevent the spread of COVID-19. According to Airlangga Hartanto as Chair of the Committee on Covid-19 Handling and National Economic Recovery (KPC-PEN), the initial initiative to apply for LSSR was with the regional government, while CARE was with the central government. [1] The Deputy Chairperson of KPC-PEN Luhut Panjaitan said that LSSR was carried out non-uniformly, while CARE could be applied uniformly. [2]

CARE Levels

On 21 July 2021, Tito Karnavian as Minister of Home Affairs announced a new term regarding the CARE mechanism with a scale from the first to the fourth level. The government can determine that an area can apply CARE based on the rate of transmission and the number of active cases of COVID-19 in an area. All cases were counted per 100,000 population per week. [3] [4]

LevelConfirmed caseInpatientVictim diedLevel of risk
ILess than 20 peopleLess than 5 peopleLess than 1 personLow
II20–50 people5–10 peopleLess than 2 peopleIntermediate
III50–100 people10–30 people2–5 peopleHigh
IVMore than 150 peopleMore than 30 peopleMore than 5 peopleVery high

Enforcement

Summary

The following table contains a summary of the implementation of CARE, micro CARE and emergency CARE which consists of several stages.

PolicyStageStartUp toLegal basisProvincesRef
CARE
I
11 January 202125 January 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 1 of 20217 provinces
(Jakarta SCR, West Java, Banten, Central Java, Special Region of Yogyakarta, East Java, Bali)
[5]
II
26 January 20218 February 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 2 of 20217 provinces [6]
CARE
micro-scale
I
9 February 202122 February 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 3 of 20217 provinces [7]
II
23 February 20218 March 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 4 of 20217 provinces [8]
III
9 March 202122 March 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 5 of 202110 provinces
(addition: North Sumatra, East Kalimantan, South Sulawesi)
[9]
IV
23 March 20215 April 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 6 of 202115 provinces
(addition: North Sulawesi, South Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara)
[10]
V
6 April 202119 April 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 7 of 202120 provinces
(addition: North Kalimantan, Aceh, South Sumatra, Riau, Papua)
[11]
VI
20 April 20213 May 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 9 of 202125 provinces
(addition: West Sumatra, Jambi, Lampung, West Kalimantan, Bangka Belitung Islands)
[12]
VII
4 May 202117 May 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 10 of 202130 provinces
(addition: Riau Islands, Bengkulu, Central Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi, West Papua)
[13]
VIII
18 May 202131 May 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 11 of 202130 provinces [14]
IX
1 June 202114 June 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 12 of 202134 provinces
(addition: Gorontalo, Maluku, North Maluku, West Sulawesi)
[15]
X
15 June 202128 June 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 13 of 202134 provinces [16]
XI
22 June 20215 July 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 14 of 202134 provinces [17]
XII
6 July 202120 July 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 17 and Number 20 of 202134 provinces [18]
XIII
21 July 202125 July 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 23 of 202134 provinces [19]
Emergency CARE
I
3 July 202120 July 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 15, Number 16, Number 18, and Number 19 of 2021Java and Bali [20]
II
12 July 202120 July 202115 regions outside Java–Bali [21]
CARE level 1–4
I
21 July 202125 July 2021Minister of Home Affairs Instruction Number 22 and Number 23 of 2021A number of provinces [22]
II
26 July 20212 August 2021A number of provinces [23]
III
3 August 20219 August 2021A number of provinces [24]
IV
10 August 202116 August 2021 (23 August 2021 outside Java and Bali)A number of provinces [25]
V
17 August 202123 August 2021A number of provinces [26]
VI
24 August 202130 August 2021 (6 September 2021 outside Java and Bali)A number of provinces [27]
VII
31 August 20216 September 2021A number of provinces [28]
VIII
7 September 202113 September 2021 (20 September 2021 outside Java and Bali)A number of provinces [29]
IX
14 September 202120 September 2021A number of provinces [30]
X
21 September 20214 October 2021A number of provinces [31]
XI
5 October 202118 October 2021A number of provinces [32]
XII
19 October 20211 November 2021 (8 November 2021 outside Java and Bali)A number of provinces [33]
XIII
2 November 202115 November 2021Java and Bali [34]
XIV
9 November 202122 November 2021A number of provinces outside Java and Bali [35]
XV
16 November 202129 November 2021Java and Bali [36]
XVI
23 November 20216 December 2021A number of provinces outside Java and Bali [37]
XVII
30 November 202113 December 2021Java and Bali [38]

First-stage CARE

The first stage of CARE will be implemented in seven provinces in Java and Bali, namely Jakarta Special Capital Region, West Java, Banten, Central Java, Special Region of Yogyakarta, East Java, and Bali, starting from 11 January to 25 January 2021. A number of districts/cities in each province are prioritized to implement PPKM. [39] There are four elements used as parameters for provinces, districts, or cities in the implementation of CARE, namely having

  1. a death rate above the national average death rate,
  2. cure rate below the national average,
  3. active case rate above the national average active case rate, and
  4. hospital bed occupancy rate for intensive care unit (ICU) and isolation room above 70%.

Restrictions on community activities are regulated in the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 1 of 2021, namely:

Second-stage CARE

The government has extended the CARE through the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 2 of 2021. The second-stage CARE will be held from 26 January to 8 February 2021. In this second stage, the operating hours of shopping centers/malls are changed to 8:00 PM WIB. Meanwhile, based on the results of monitoring of 73 regencies/cities that have implemented PPKM, as many as 29 regencies/cities are still in the high risk zone, 41 regencies/cities are in the moderate risk zone, and the remaining 3 regencies/cities are in the low risk zone. [40]

Micro-based CARE

After being implemented for two stage in which the results were economically ineffective, CARE was changed to micro-based CARE from 9 to 22 February 2021. As before, micro PPKM was implemented in a number of areas in seven provinces. However, in contrast to PPKM, in micro PPKM there are arrangements regarding the establishment of COVID-19 handling posts at village and sub-district levels, [41] the operating hours of shopping centers/malls are more loosely regulated, namely until 9:00 PM WIB (Indonesian Western Time), as well as looser office restrictions, namely 50% working from the office and 50% working from home. [42]

In micro CARE, restrictions are made to the level of Rukun Tetangga (neighbourhood)/Rukun Warga (hamlet). Based on the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 3 of 2021, there are four control zones for the spread of COVID-19 in each RT.

After being implemented for two weeks, the government extended the micro PPKM many times. On June 7, 2021, the Head of the COVID-19 Handling Task Force Ganip Warsito conducted an evaluation of the Micro PPKM, examining from the surge in COVID-19 cases in Kudus, Central Java.

Emergency CARE

Emergency CARE takes effect from 3 to 25 July 2021, which targets a decrease in the addition of daily confirmed cases to below 10 thousand cases per day. This program is implemented in 136 districts/cities throughout Indonesia by differentiating the level of treatment based on the assessment value by using an approach between the indicators of transmission rate and response capacity, including the level of availability of beds in hospitals. [43] [44]

The tightening of activities carried out includes: [45]

  1. 100% work from home for non-essential sectors;
  2. All teaching and learning activities are conducted online;
  3. For essential sectors, 50% of the maximum working staff from the office (WFO) is applied with health protocols, and for critical sectors, 100% maximum WFO is allowed with health protocols. (The coverage of essential sectors is finance and banking, capital markets, payment systems, information and communication technology, non-quarantine handling hotels, and export-oriented industries; critical sector coverage is energy, health, security, logistics and transportation, food, beverage and supporting industries. , petrochemicals, cement, national vital objects, disaster management, national strategic projects, construction, basic utilities (electricity and water), as well as industries for meeting the basic needs of people's daily needs; for supermarkets, traditional markets, grocery stores, and supermarkets that sell daily needs are limited to operating hours until 8:00 PM local time with a visitor capacity of 50%;
  4. Activities at shopping centers/malls/trade centers are closed;
  5. Restaurants and restaurants do not accept dine-in;
  6. The implementation of construction activities (construction sites and project sites) operates 100% by implementing stricter health protocols;
  7. Places of worship (mosques, musallas, churches, temples, monasteries, and pagodas), as well as other public places that function as places of worship are not to offer congregational prayer; [46] people are to conduct prayer individually at their homes
  8. Public facilities (public areas, public parks, public tourist attractions and other public areas) are temporarily closed;
  9. Art/cultural activities, sports, and social activities (locations of arts, culture, sports facilities, and social activities that can cause crowds and crowds) are temporarily closed;
  10. Public transportation (public transportation, mass transportation, taxis (conventional and online) and rental vehicles) is enforced with a maximum capacity setting of 70% by implementing stricter health protocols;
  11. Wedding receptions are prohibited; [47]
  12. Travelers using long-distance transportation modes (airplanes, buses, and trains) must show a vaccine card (minimum vaccine dose I) and H-2 PCR for planes and antigen (H-1) for other long-distance transportation modes;
  13. Regional government by deploying the Satpol PP with coordination with the Indonesian National Police assisted by the TNI to implement strict supervision and law enforcement of this policy, especially of point 3;
  14. 3T strengthening (testing, tracing, treatment) needs to be continuously implemented. Testing needs to be increased to a minimum of 1 per 1000 population per week, and needs to be increased until the positivity rate is less than 5%, and needs to be increased for suspects, namely those with symptoms, and also in close contacts; tracing should be carried out until >15 close contacts per confirmed case and quarantine should be carried out on those identified as close contacts. Once identified, close contacts should be checked immediately and quarantine should be carried out. If the test results are positive, then isolation is necessary. If the results of the examination are negative, quarantine should be continued. On the 5th day of quarantine, it is necessary to carry out an exit-test to see if the virus was detected after/during the incubation period. If negative, then the patient is considered to have completed quarantine. Treatment needs to be done comprehensively according to the severity of the symptoms. Only patients with moderate, severe, and critical symptoms need to be hospitalized. Isolation needs to be done strictly to prevent transmission.
  15. Achievement of vaccination target of 70% of the total population in priority cities/districts until August 2021

CARE level 1-4

CARE level 1-4 is determined based on an assessment of the level of the pandemic situation, which is an indicator for tightening and relaxing efforts to prevent and overcome the COVID-19 pandemic. It could be that one area one day was at level 3, but due to lack of compliance with health protocols, crowding at the community level and so on, the following week it could turn into level 4. [48] This is the terms of explanation:

Level 1 (New Normal)

Reference indicators for the level of one weekly confirmed case of less than 40 per 100,000 population, weekly treatment of less than 5 per 100,000 population, and weekly BOR of less than 60%.

For this level, the conditions are:

  1. 100% WFO nonessential sectors for those already vaccinated; essential 100% WFO with two work shifts and critical 100% WFO.
  2. supermarket/grocery store/traditional market open 100%.
  3. shopping center/mall open with 100% capacity.
  4. restaurants/restaurants with a maximum capacity of 75%.
  5. school 100% face to face with strict health protocols.
  6. 100% places of worship with strict procedures.
  7. 100% public facilities with strict procedures.
  8. 100% social/cultural/sports activities with strict health protocols.
  9. 75% wedding reception with strict health protocols.
  10. Public transportation is a maximum of 100% capacity and for travelers, the requirements are a vaccine card and an antigen test.

Level 2 (Transition One)

The reference indicators for the level of two weekly confirmed cases are 40 - 64 per 100,000 population, weekly treatment 5 to 9 per 100,000 population, and weekly BOR of less than 60%.

For this level, the conditions are:

  1. nonessential sectors 50% WFO for those already vaccinated; essential 100% WFO with two work shifts and critical 100% WFO.
  2. supermarket/grocery store/traditional market open 75%.
  3. shopping center/mall open with 50% capacity.
  4. restaurants/restaurants with a maximum capacity of 50%.
  5. school 50% online and 50% face to face.
  6. places of worship 50% with strict procedures.
  7. 50% public facilities with strict health protocols.
  8. 50% social/cultural/sports activities with strict health protocols.
  9. 50% wedding reception with strict health protocols.
  10. Public transportation is a maximum of 100% capacity and for travelers the requirements are a vaccine card and an antigen test.

Level 3 (Transition Two)

The reference indicators for level three are weekly confirmed cases of 65-100 per 100,000 population, weekly treatment 10-30 per 100,000 population, and weekly BOR of 60%-80%.

Provisions for social and economic activities:

  1. online teaching and learning activities.
  2. office activities 25% WFO and 75% WFH.
  3. essential sector activities can be 100% WFO with strict health protocols.
  4. supermarket/grocery store/traditional market open 50% capacity until 22.00.
  5. shopping centers/malls open until 17.00 with 25% capacity.
  6. construction activities can be 100% capacity with strict health protocols.
  7. restaurants/restaurants, both stand-alone and in shopping centers can serve dine-in until 17.00 with a capacity of 25%.
  8. restaurants/restaurants can still serve take away until 20.00; and specifically those that only serve take away can operate until 24.00.
  9. places of worship are prohibited for congregational activities.
  10. public facilities closed.
  11. social/cultural/sports activities are prohibited.
  12. wedding receptions are prohibited.
  13. Community celebration activities with a maximum of 25% and without eating on the spot.
  14. Public transportation is a maximum of 70% capacity, and for travelers the requirements are vaccine cards, PCR for planes, and antigens for others.

Level 4 (Very High Incidence)

For level four which was previously called emergency CARE, the reference indicators are weekly confirmed cases of more than 100 per 100,000 population, weekly treatment of more than 30 per 100,000 population, and weekly BOR of more than 80%.

Provisions for social and economic activities:

  1. online teaching and learning activities (online).
  2. non-essential sectors 0% work from office (WFO); essential sector 25% to 50% WFO depending on the type of service; while the critical sector can be 100% WFO.
  3. supermarkets/grocery shops/traditional markets open at 50% capacity until 20.00.
  4. shopping centers/malls are closed.
  5. construction activities are only for national strategic projects (PSN) and public infrastructure can be at 100% capacity.
  6. restaurants/restaurants only serve take away.
  7. places of worship are prohibited for congregational activities.
  8. public facilities closed.
  9. social/cultural/sports activities are prohibited.
  10. wedding receptions are prohibited.
  11. public transportation maximum 70% capacity.
  12. For travelers, the requirements are for a vaccine card and a PCR test for airplane passengers, while for other transports, a vaccine card and an antigen test are required.

From 121 regencies/cities in Java and Bali that apply Emergency CARE, there are 45 regencies/cities with an assessment score of 4, and 76 districts/cities with an assessment score of 3. [49] Meanwhile, since July 12, there have been an additional 15 regencies/cities outside Java-Bali that have also implemented Emergency CARE until the same time limit as it was implemented in Java-Bali. [50]

ProvinceAssessment Level 4Assessment Level 3
Banten
  • Serang City
  • Tangerang City
  • South Tangerang City
  • Lebak
  • Serang
  • Tangerang
  • Cilegon City
Jakarta SCR
  • Thousand Islands (Jakarta)
  • West Jakarta City
  • Central Jakarta City
  • South Jakarta City
  • East Jakarta City
  • North Jakarta City
N/A
West Java
  • Bekasi
  • Karawang
  • Purwakarta
  • Bandung City
  • Banjar City
  • Bekasi City
  • Bogor City
  • Cimahi City
  • Cirebon City
  • Depok City
  • Sukabumi City
  • Tasikmalaya City
  • Bandung
  • West Bandung
  • Bogor
  • Ciamis
  • Cianjur
  • Cirebon
  • Garut
  • Indramayu
  • Kuningan
  • Majalengka
  • Pangandaran
  • Subang
  • Sukabumi
  • Sumedang
Central Java
  • Banyumas
  • Grobogan
  • Kebumen
  • Klaten
  • Kudus
  • Pati
  • Rembang
  • Sukoharjo
  • Magelang City
  • Salatiga City
  • Semarang City
  • Surakarta City
  • Tegal City
  • Banjarnegara
  • Batang
  • Blora
  • Boyolali
  • Brebes
  • Cilacap
  • Demak
  • Jepara
  • Karanganyar
  • Kendal
  • Magelang
  • Pekalongan
  • Pemalang
  • Purbalingga
  • Purwrejo
  • Semarang
  • Sragen
  • Tegal
  • Temanggung
  • Wonogiri
  • Wonosobo
  • Pekalongan City
Yogyakarta SR
  • Bantul
  • Sleman
  • Yogyakarta City
  • Gunungkidul
  • Kulonprogo
East Java
  • Lamongan
  • Madiun
  • Sidoarjo
  • Tulungagung
  • Batu City
  • Blitar City
  • Kediri City
  • Madiun City
  • Malang City
  • Mojokerto City
  • Surabaya City
  • Bangkalan
  • Banyuwangi
  • Blitar
  • Bojonegoro
  • Bondowoso
  • Gresik
  • Jember
  • Jombang
  • Kediri
  • Lumajang
  • Magetan
  • Malang
  • Mojokerto
  • Nganjuk
  • Ngawi
  • Pacitan
  • Pamekasan
  • Pasuruan
  • Ponorogo
  • Sampang
  • Situbondo
  • Trenggalek
  • Tuban
  • Pasuruan City
  • Probolinggo City
Bali N/A
  • Badung
  • Bangli
  • Buleleng
  • Gianyar
  • Klungkung
  • Jembrana
  • Denpasar City
North Sumatra
  • Medan City
N/A
West Sumatra
  • Bukittinggi City
  • Padang City
  • Padang Panjang City
N/A
Riau Islands
  • Batam City
  • Tanjungpinang City
N/A
Lampung
  • Bandar Lampung City
N/A
West Kalimantan
  • Pontianak City
  • Singkawang City
N/A
East Kalimantan
  • Berau
  • Balikpapan City
  • Bontang City
N/A
West Nusa Tenggara
  • Mataram City
N/A
West Papua
  • Manokwari
  • Sorong City
N/A

Responses

Atmosphere of tourist attraction Padang Beach in Padang, West Sumatra which is closed during emergency CARE. Pantai Padang saat PPKM Darurat Juli 2021.jpg
Atmosphere of tourist attraction Padang Beach in Padang, West Sumatra which is closed during emergency CARE.
Example of a CARE border at Pesanggrahan, South Jakarta. Community Activities Restrictions Enforcement border at Pesanggrahan.jpg
Example of a CARE border at Pesanggrahan, South Jakarta.

In February 2021, an epidemiologist from the University of Indonesia, Tri Yunis Miko Wahyono, assessed that the implementation of CARE was still ineffective. He was of the opinion that the effectiveness of CARE at that time was still less than 30 percent. This is the result of weak supervision and application of 3T (test, tracing, and treatment) in the orange and red zones. [51] Yordan Khaedir, a lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, in his writings in Media Indonesia suggested the application of COVID-19 tracking applications such as Google Data to monitor community mobilization in certain areas. This is considered as one way to increase the effectiveness of social restrictions. [52]

Inconsistent government policies are also a problem in dealing with the pandemic. In the same article, Tri Yuni Miko Wahyono considers the change from Indonesia large-scale social restrictions, the new normal, to Community Activities Restrictions Enforcement is one sign of inconsistent policies implemented by the government. [51] Trubus Rahardiansyah, a public policy observer, views the implementation of micro CARE as "confusing and counterproductive". He questioned the government's policy of re-imposing restrictions on the scale of RT and RW even though it has proven to be ineffective. [53] Bambang Rukmino, a police observer from the Institute for Security and Strategic Studies (ISESS), advised the police to be fair and consistent in enforcing the rules. He also commented on how the CARE rules were enforced at a food stall in Kudus, Central Java. [54]

Reporting from Katadata.co.id, Dicky Budiman, an epidemiologist from Griffith University, and Laura Navika Yamani, an epidemiologist from Airlangga University, appreciated the government's implementation of micro Community Activities Restrictions Enforcement. Both consider this restriction as one of the better efforts than no policy at all. However, both of them advised the government to increase surveillance and conduct isolation for Covid-19 cases. [55]

In June 2021, Kurniasih Mufidayati, a member of the House of Representatives Commission IX of the PKS Faction, emphasized the government's obligations as stated in Law Number 6 of 2018 concerning Health Quarantine. In article 4 of the law, the government is responsible for protecting the public from "diseases and/or Public Health Risk Factors that have the potential to cause a Public Health Emergency through the implementation of Health Quarantine". [56] [57] Chairperson of the Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation, Asfinawati, assessed that the implementation of restrictions such as PSBB and CARE is one of the government's options to avoid the obligation to fulfill basic needs as stipulated in the Quarantine Law. On a different occasion, Agus Pambagio, a public policy observer, also questioned the names of CARE thickening and emergency CARE , even though the law calls it quarantine. [58]

Some traders and entrepreneurs consider the emergency CARE which will be implemented starting 3 July 2021, to be quite burdensome for them. The general chairman of the Indonesian Employers' Association, Hariyadi Sukamdani, is concerned that the emergency CARE will disrupt the cash flows of several companies and potentially lead to bankruptcy. The Deputy Chairperson of Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Entrepreneurs, Emil Arifin, revealed that the ban on eating in places caused the restaurant's operational costs to not be met. This is because take away services on average only contribute to 10 to 20 percent of revenue. [59] [60] Secretary General of the Indonesian Market Traders Association, Reynaldi Sarijowan, reported a decline in turnover of market traders by 55 to 60%. He also stated that the reduction in operating hours and closing of traditional markets led to an increase in several basic commodities. [61]

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The National Research and Innovation Agency is a cabinet-level government agency formed by the Indonesian government in 2019. Originally a new agency attached to the Ministry of Research and Technology and leading to the formation of the Ministry of Research and Technology/National Research and Innovation Agency, the agency was controversially separated and established as a new non-ministerial government agency directly under the President of Indonesia on 28 April 2021. On 24 August 2021 the agency gained official cabinet level status through enactment of Presidential Decree No. 78/2021. Under the new presidential regulation, the agency became the sole national research agency of Indonesia.

COVID-19 vaccination in Indonesia

The COVID-19 vaccination in Indonesia is an ongoing mass immunization in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia. On 13 January 2021, the program commenced when President Joko Widodo was vaccinated at the presidential palace. In terms of total doses given, Indonesia ranks fifth in the world and second in Asia.

National Cyber and Crypto Agency intelligence agency

National Cyber and Crypto Agency, is Indonesia's primary signal intelligence agency, as well cyber intelligence, cyber threat intelligence, cyber defense, and cyber security agency.

Pancasila Ideology Development Agency

The Pancasila Ideology Development Agency is a non-ministerial government agency formed by the Indonesian government in 2018 with Presidential Decree No.7/2018. The agency was tasked with the main task of preserving Pancasila, the state ideology, and its ideological development and implementation. It is the revitalisation of Presidential Unit of Pancasila Ideology Development formed in 2017.

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