Suara.com – Forensic experts say Saipul Jamil is not a pedophile but ephebophilia is the most interesting health news read today, Monday (6/9/2021).
There is also Malaysia who is jealous of Indonesia regarding the decline in Covid cases to the discourse of the third dose of vaccine for the elderly.
Check out the summary of other interesting health news from Suara.com below:
1. Not Pedophile, Forensic Psychologist Calls The Right Term For Saipul Jamil
Video of Saipul Jamil Saying ‘Hap’ during Police Interrogation Viral Again
The term pedophile for Saipul Jamil turns out to be inaccurate in psychology. Saipul Jamil has indeed been proven to have sexually abused children under the age of 18.
However, male victims are also known to have entered puberty. Quoted from Alodokter, puberty in boys can occur between the ages of 12-16 years.
2. Malaysia “Envy” Indonesia’s Covid-19 Cases Dropping Fast, Epidemiologist: Invalid Data
The average daily Covid-19 case in Indonesia in recent weeks has returned below 10,000. That number is down drastically compared to the July period, where daily cases reached more than 50,000 infections.
DPR Member: Watching Saipul Jamil on TV Makes Victims More Traumatic
However, the decline in daily cases was quick and surprising for Malaysia which is currently still experiencing a spike in cases with daily reports of more than 20,000 cases.
3. Saipul Jamil Appears on TV, PPPA Minister: Broadcasts Must Give Messages to Prevent Child Violence
The Minister of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection (PPPA) Bintang Puspayoga also criticized the actions of the television station that broadcast Saipul Jamil after being released from prison.
Bintang requested that every media, including broadcast media, not glorify someone who is a perpetrator of sexual harassment, even if that person is a celebrity.
4. Seniors receiving the Sinopharm Vaccine are advised to get a third booster dose
China’s leading vaccine manufacturer, China National Biotec Group (CNBG), a subsidiary of Sinopharm, has conveyed advice on Covid-19 vaccine booster boosters to the relevant Chinese authorities.
According to the Global Times, Chen Kun, a CNBG official, said it was recommended that certain groups such as the elderly and some service industry employees should receive a booster shot six to 12 months after the second injection.
5. Mu Varian Scout Virologists Compare Transmission Rate With Delta Variant
A number of countries around the world announced the emergence of the Mu variant of COVID-19. Will it be more dangerous than the Delta variant that is now rampant?
Answering this question, Udayana University Bali virologist Prof I Gusti Ngurah Kade Mahardika said the spread of the MU variant of the COVID-19 virus was not as fast as the delta variant.
“It can be seen that the spread of the MU variant is not as fast as the delta variant. Though this delta variant is faster than MU. In addition, there is no evidence that MU is more virulent than delta or vice versa,” said Prof Kade Mahardika, quoted by ANTARA.