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West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil explained the implementation of the strict physical distancing in Bodebek was expected to coincide with Jakarta's.
Bekasi city administration planned to limit the movement of people by guarding the regional borders in response to the coronavirus spread.
Bekasi health agency on Thursday plans to immediately launch mass door-to-door coronavirus rapid tests.
Bekasi City announced through its official website corona.bekasikota.go.id that nine residents tested positive for COVID-19.
The policy was issued following the recent entry of Coronavirus to Indonesia.
Bekasi City introduces the innovation of 5D theater at Go! Wet Waterpark in the Grand Wisata area.
In fear of coronavirus, the Bekasi Health Agency requested the isolation of 14 Chinese workers who had previously traveled to China.
The Bekasi City Government is preparing steps to anticipate cases of theft in schools.
The Bekasi regency government has quarantined 14 workers from China to anticipate the spread of the coronavirus.
The longest bridge connecting Bekasi Regency and Karawang Regency, officially operates on Wednesday afternoon, February 12, 2020.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has favored Bekasi City to dispose of their post-flooding waste in Bantargebang Integrated Landfill (TPST).
Bekasi Environment Agency has collected trash weighing over 2,000 tons since the clean-up activities on Thursday, January 2 after the massive floods.
The number of victims who died because of the recent flood and landslide increase to 53 people, according to BNPB.
Trade Minister Agus Suparmanto channeled four trucks of aid for flood victims located in Bekasi.
Bekasi Metro Police said it had received five proposals for permits to hold fireworks parties during New Year's Eve.
Bekasi Police uncovers a drug trafficking scheme, involving 200 kg of marijuana, controlled by a convict at the Gunung Sindur penitentiary in Bogor.
The KPK should investigate those who gave orders for the bribe to be paid to a number of Bekasi Regency officials.
On Monday, the building of Yadika 6 High School in Bekasi caught fire, injuring dozens of students.
The Bekasi city administration has given thugs the right to manage the parking. The state must not give in to thuggery.
Aprindo voiced concerns about involving Bekasi's minimarket parking service management woes, which allegedly is controlled by local thugs.