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Devy Ernis is the magazine’s editorial staff and leader behind the women's special edition entitled ‘Eureka! Women inventors’ that won the 2019 Presidents Cup.

Ernis is a member writer of the 2020 Adinegoro Journalistic Award feature "Hanya Api Semata Api." Ernis graduated from Padjadjaran University and joined Tempo in April 2014. 


Putri Zulzali, a teacher at State Elementary School 34 Cakranegara, Mataram City, West Nusa Tenggara, creates a learning innovation called “Pikat Macan”, November 28.
TEMPO/Dony P. Herwanto
Puan Maharani (center) with Ganjar Pranowo (right), and Bambang Wuryanto (back) at the MPR/DPR/DPD Building, Jakarta, September 2012.
Tempo/Imam Sukamto
A health worker takes a photo after undergoing the third Covid-19 vaccination of Moderna vaccine at the Doris Sylvanus Regional General Hospital, Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, August 6.
Antara/Makna Zaezar
Former convicted terrorist Abu Bakar Ba’asyir leaves the Gunung Sindur Prison in Bogor Regency, West Java, January 8.
Antara/Yulius Satria Wijaya
National Counter-Terrorism Agency Chief Boy Rafli Amar.
BNPT Public Relations Doc.
Coal barges queue to be pulled along the Mahakam River in Samarinda, East Kalimantan, August 2019.
Reuters/Willy Kurniawan
Hoegeng in his office, as the Chief of the Criminal Investigation Unit at the North Sumatra Police, 1956. 
Police: Dream and Reality Book
Officers lift a coffin assisted by heavy equipment in a Covid-19 special cemetery in Macanda, Gowa Regency, South Sulawesi, July 27.
Antara/Abriawan Abhe
Covid-19 drugs at a delivery outlet in Jalan KS Tubun, Jakarta, July 17.
Tempo/Hilman Fathurrahman W
President Joko Widodo giving a press statement at the Bogor Presidential Palace, West Java, July 20. The President announced the extension of the implementation of the emergency Public Activity Restrictions (PPKM) until July 25 and will conduct the opening in stages starting July 26.
Antara/Press Bureau of the Presidential Secretariat
The Perbanas Gotong Royong vaccination program at Tennis Indoor Senayan, Jakarta, June 19.
Tempo/Hilman Fathurrahman W

Controversial Vaccination

The paid vaccination program for individuals was canceled following criticism. Cabinet members are divided in their position on the program. Meanwhile, businesses complain that the private vaccination program for companies has various leaks. They are preparing to independently import vaccines.

Cover Story Edisi : Monday, July 19, 2021

People queuing to refill oxygen tanks at a filling station in Jakarta as Indonesia experiences an oxygen supply shortage amid a surge of Covid-19 cases, July 5.
Reuters/Willy Kurniawan
Patients resting on camping cots inside the emergency ward for Covid-19 at a government-run hospital in Jakarta, June 29.
Reuters/Willy Kurniawan
A patient rests on the floor at a temporary tent outside the emergency ward of a government hospital, amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Bekasi, on the outskirts of Jakarta, June 25.
Reuters/Willy Kurniawan
A protest by activists demanding the Domestic Workers Protection Bill of as a DPR initiative, at DPR Building, Jakarta, July 2020.
Tempo/M. Typhoon Rengganis
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Andika Perkasa (second left) together with Navy Chief of Staff Adm. Yudo Margono (right) at a hearing session with Commission I of the DPR at the Parliament Complex, Senayan, Jakarta, May 31.
Antara/Hafidz Mubarak A
Local officials removing a banner denoting the closure of the ISKCON Ashram, Sri Jagatnatha Gourangga on Jalan Tukad Balian No. 108 X, Sidakarya village, South Denpasar, Bali, May 17. 
Special Photo
Personal data collection in the process of making electronic identity cards (e-KTP) in Petamburan, West Jakarta.
Tempo/Imam Sukamto

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