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In 2010 before COVID-19 the International Labor Organization (ILO) estimated that there were 7.9% or around 260 million workers in the world who worked at home and now it is much higher. The ILO report says that about 90% of informal work is done in their homes. They produce items that cannot be machine-made, such as garments, handicrafts and assembling electronics.

The entrepreneurs who are members of the textile entrepreneurs association ask the government to evaluate every trade agreement made with other countries. This is because a number of agreements are considered to have been detrimental to the textile industry in the country. "We are not against trade agreements, but we have to be calculated carefully," said Secretary General of the Indonesian Fiber and Filament Yarn Association (APSyFI) Redma Gita Wirawasta at a press conference in Jakarta, Thursday, January 14, 2021.

In the meeting with the Minister of Industry at the Office of the Ministry of Industry, General Chairperson of the Indonesian Textile Association (API) Jemmy Kartiwa Sastraatmaja and General Chair of the Indonesian Filament Fiber and Yarn Producers Association (APSyFI) conveyed a request to the government to set a quota for the Covid-19 vaccination immunization for workers / laborer.