Daily Archives: 25 December 2020

Pandemic Diary: Merah Putih Vaccine Lags (Way) Behind

Merah Putih vaccine developed by an Indonesian biomedicine company, Biofarma, is still in progress. And March 2020 will see the distribution of the vaccine to the industry and continue to a series of clinical tests. In other words, there is … Continue reading

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Pandemic Diary: Welcoming A New Variant of SARS-Cov 2

AS IF we were not having enough with all the mess and chaos Covid-19 has caused us these past months, a new variant of the SARS-Cov 2 virus has recently emerged in London, the UK. Perfect… They are just sly … Continue reading

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Pandemic Diary: Dreaming of Covid-19 Vaccination

VACCINE is something we all dream of more than a Covid-19 negative result statement. But that is NOT going to happen anytime soon for second or third-world countries with less financial power to obtain vaccines and distribute them speedily to … Continue reading

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Pandemic Diary: Year-end Reading Marathon

You might have heard about Eka Kurniawan. He is a male Indonesian author who is known for his distinct literary style and fluid prose. This is his collection of short stories written more than 20 years ago. That was the … Continue reading

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