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Traffic in Jakarta remains quiet on the first day of work after Eid al-Fitr holidays on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
The police stop 74,000 vehicles from crossing the borders of the Jakarta Metro Area for Idul Fitri mudik purposes.
According to PT Jasa Marga, the highest traffic since D day-7 up to D day-1 this year took place on D day-4 with 92,668 vehicles.
The peak of coronavirus transmission is predicted to occur five to six days after Eid holidays this year.
This year's Eid al-Fitr celebration will be unlike the ones before due to the pandemic but you can still make this year's holiday interesting.
The national Covid-19 Task Force is coordinating with Anies Baswedan about the potential of a heavy returning flow of people after Lebaran holiday.
Coordinating Minister Muhadjir Effendy has announced the government is determined to set zero collective leave for this year's Eid al-Fitr holiday.
Numerous violations have occurred against the Large Scale Social Distancing Restriction (PSBB) policy throughout the week leading to Eid al-Fitr.
The Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) released an edict or fatwa allowing Muslims to perform Eid al-Fitr prayer at home during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Muhammadiyah highly recommends Muslims to conduct the upcoming mass Eid prayers at home amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
An expert called for the government to focus containing the spread of COVID-19 instead of rescheduling the Eid collective leave.
An epidemiologist at UI Pandu Riono asks the government not to focus on managing the Eid al-Fitr holiday or Lebaran amid the ongoing pandemic.
COVID-19 has prevented people from making a homecoming, or better known as mudik in Indonesia.
Coordinating Minister for Politics, Legal and Security Mahfud MD asserted that the mudik ban applies nationally.
The mudik ban period will be made uniform for all modes of transportation, starting from April 24 until May 31.
MUI chief of education Abdullah Jaidi cited that refraining from going mudik during the COVID-19 pandemic will be a noble decision.
The Transportation Ministry will officially enact the temporary closure of all flights, inbound and outbound, starting Friday, following the mudik ban
During the mudik ban, toll roads will not be closed, but only certain vehicles would be allowed to pass.
Bekasi Transportation Agency recorded the number of travelers going through the city's terminal reached 45,354 people throughout March 2020.
The National Police were set to block off roads in Jakarta borders following the government's policy on the ban of this year's mass exodus or mudik.