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The Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) explains the causes of extreme weather that hit Depok and Bogor on Tuesday, September 21.
The Depok Metro Police are finalizing a plan to enforce odd-even policy on Margonda Raya in early October 2021.
The Depok Covid-19 Task Force did not update the daily case data for the past three days.
The Depok City Government has allowed shopping centers and malls to reoperate amid the Implementation of the Public Activity Restriction
Depok City has prohibited malls from reopening on account of the extension of PPKM Level 4 in the city until August 16.
Depok Covid-19 Task Force reminded the public to be aware of the fraud regarding online sales of oxygen tanks.
The Depok City Government, West Java, recorded that 37 toddlers were confirmed positive for Covid-19.
The Depok City General Hospital (RSUD) said that its bed occupancy ratio or BOR is almost at 90 percent.
Ahead of Eid al-Adha 1442 Hijri, the Government of Depok City, West Java, issued a Circular regarding the implementation of qurban amid the pandemic.
Depok City Administration opens the service for the registration of family card (KK) and electronic ID card (e-KTP) for transgender community.
Depok's new city bus D'Gol has started its operation since March 29, 2021.
Depok Transportation Agency announced that the bus service in Jatijajar Terminal will be suspended from May 6-17 as the government ban Eid homecoming.
West Java Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) chairman calls on residents living in Bogor, Depok, and Bekasi or Bodebek to be aware of extreme weather.
Metro Jaya Police managed to collect up to IDR 1.96 billion-worth of Covid-19 health protocol violation fines.
A Covid-19 patient from Depok, West Java, died on January 3, after 10 hospitals refused to treat the patient.
The Covid-19 hospitals in Depok City continue to receive patients and the occupancy rate reached up to 90 percent.
Depok administration imposed a local lockdown in 422 community units or RW due to rising Covid-19 cases.
The Depok Education Agency would limit the hours of face-to-face learning as schools will be reopened amid the COVID-19 pandemic in January 2021.
BMKG on Thursday has issued an early warning weather forecast for cities in West Java for possible extreme weather.
Ridwan Kamil asks restaurants, cafes, diners, and similar businesses at Covid-19 red zones in Bogor, Depok, and Bekasi, to stop the dine-in service.