Legal Study on Supervision of Traditional Drug and Supplements During Pandemic in Jayapura City

Yuliana Diah Warsiki Susi Irianti, Dwi Christina


Traditional medicine is one of the alternative medicine which is widely used on the society, including at the Jayapura city. The purpose of this research is to identify the supervisory of the traditional medicine and supplement on this pandemic at Jayapura city and to analyze the responsibility of the businessman of the traditional medicine and supplement. This research is normative research. The result showed that the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) has conducted good supervision on the distribution of traditional medicine at Jayapura in order to ensure the traditional medicine is safe to consume. In terms of an error arising from the consumption of the traditional medicines and food supplements, the business actor is responsible and providing compensation.


UN General Assembly; The United Nations; Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

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