Daily Archives: August 7, 2020

Novavax and Takeda Announce Collaboration for Novavax’ COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate in Japan

Novavax will license COVID-19 vaccine technology to Takeda for local production and commercialization in Japan Matrix-M adjuvant to be supplied from Novavax Government of Japan will provide funding to Takeda for technology transfer, establishment of infrastructure and scale-up of manufacturing Adds to Takeda’s ongoing support of influenza pandemic preparedness in Japan GAITHERSBURG, Md. and OSAKA,

Local Police asked to check security in warehouses storing explosives

Jakarta Indonesian Police’s Intelligence and Security Division (Kabaintelkam) Head Comm. Gen. Rycko Amelza Dahniel instructed heads of regional police and the intelligence division to check the security system in warehouses storing combustible material ammonium nitrate. The order is stipulated in a telegram addressed to regional police chiefs and directors of intelligence and security in the

Wearing face masks compulsory in Riau’s Pekanbaru City: task force

Pekanbaru The Pekanbaru city government has made it mandatory to wear a face mask, and those flouting the rule while venturing outdoors and at office will be slapped administrative sanctions, including a fine of Rp250,000-Rp1 million. The city’s COVID-19 Task Force personnel will impose administrative sanctions against the violators from this weekend onwards, Pekanbaru City’s

Indonesian soldiers offer rice harvesting assistance to Papuan farmers

Merauke, Papua Personnel of the Indonesia-Papua New Guinea Border Security Task Force from the 125/Simbisa Infantry Battalion lent a helping hand to native Papuan farmers in Kondo Village, Neukenjerai Sub-district, Merauke District, Papua Province, to harvest rice. On Thursday, under the command of the task force’s post commander, Second Lieutenant Purwanta, seven soldiers were dispatched

West Sumatra witnesses rising trend of COVID-19 cases: task force

Padang, W Sumatra West Sumatra is working incessantly to flatten the curve of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), as the provincial government observes a rising trend of new confirmed cases, reaching 47, Friday, West Sumatra COVID-19 task force stated. “Some 47 people have tested positive for COVID-19, of which 41 are the residents of Padang City,”