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The number of coronavirus infection rose again after the Eid holiday. We can't simply hope for improvements to government policy.
National Police Chief in today's House hearing says that the mass exodus was one of the main causes of the rise in Covid-19 cases.
The Covid-19 transmission in Indonesia has reached 8,000 cases within the past two days.
Indonesia faced a surge of Covid-19 infections by 53.4 percent within three weeks after the Eid holiday.
The Jakarta Health Agency will increase the capacity of isolation and ICU beds for COVID-19 patients to anticipate a surge in patients' numbers.
More than 100 residents in the community unit or RW 03 in Ciracas of East Jakarta have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
The COVID-19 Handling Task Force reported a surge in cases of coronavirus disease by 5.23 percent after Eid al-Fitr holidays.
The Jakarta Metro Police kept blocking the road access heading to the capital until May 31, 2021 in order to monitor Eid returning travelers.
Police found 276 residents to be reactive to COVID-19 in the past five days upon their return from their hometowns to celebrate Eid.
The Eid or mudik travelers who tested positive for Covid-19 are currently in isolation.
Ten people tested positive for Covid-19 after returning to Jakarta from their hometowns during the Eid holiday travel or mudik.
The operations of MRT Jakarta has returned to its normal schedule as of Monday, May 17, following the end of the Eid al-Fitr holidays.
Jakarta Metro Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Yusri Yunus said Jakarta has not yet seen this year's Eid traffic peak to date.
The Indonesian Covid-19 Task Force noted that at least 264 "mudik" travelers tested positive for Covid-19.
Jakarta records the number of active cases was 7,039 on May 3, which then increased to 7,293 as of May 18.
From the first day of Eid (Idul Fitri) to May 17, the state toll road operator-recorded that 301,720 vehicles have returned to the Jabotabek area.
Jakarta saw rampant banners rejecting travelers who returned from Eid al-Fitr holidays in their hometowns without a Covid-19-free letter.
Jakarta Police Chief Fadil Imran asserted that travelers returning to the capital after Eid al-Fitr are obliged to present a Covid-19 free letter.
Transportation Minister predicted that around 400,000 travelers from Sumatra will gradually return to Java starting from Sunday after celebrating Eid.
Jakarta Metropolitan Police plan to operate checkpoints until the end of May 2021 to check residents who return after celebrating Eid.