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  2. Cigarette excise in Indonesia - Wikipedia

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    Based on Peraturan Presiden No. 82 Tahun 2018, all regions may and must use cigarette tax revenues to cover the budget deficit of the social security agency (BPJS), particularly BPJS Kesehatan. The contribution of cigarette tax and excise as intended, according to this Perpres, is 75% of the 50% realization of cigarette tax receipts.

  3. List of countries with universal health care - Wikipedia

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    Botswana established a free healthcare system that operates a system of public medical centers, with 98% of health facilities in the country run by the government. [citation needed] All citizens are entitled to be treated in taxpayer funded facilities, though a nominal fee of ~70 BWP (~US$6.60) is typically charged for public health services except for sexual reproductive health services and ...

  4. Gojek - Wikipedia

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    Go-Auto, an app-based auto care for maintenance, including car washing, as well as emergency repair. Go-Pulsa, an app-based phone credit top-up service. Go-Pulsa can only be paid by Go-Pay. Go-Bills is a service to pay PLN electricity bills, purchase PLN electricity tokens, and pay BPJS insurance premiums. Go-Points is a loyalty program from Gojek.

  5. Banjarmasin - Wikipedia

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    As of 2020, 511,118 people of the total city population of 657,663 are registered in the BPJS Kesehatan, government-mandated social insurance which covers certain healthcare costs. 89% of newborn babies in 2020 were vaccinated with basic vaccines such as polio vaccine, MMR vaccine, and Hepatitis B vaccine. Around 95% of newborn babies are born ...

  6. Jakarta - Wikipedia

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    In January 2014, the Indonesian government launched a universal health care system called the Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN), which is run by BPJS Kesehatan. KJS is being integrated into JKN, and KJS cards are still valid as of 2018. As of 2021, 85.55% of the people of Jakarta is covered by JKN.