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Coordinating Minister Muhadjir said the government would rearrange national holidays and collective leave days to anticipate another Covid-19 spike.
PKB politician Luqman Hakim said the rising number of Covid-19 cases can be attributed to a number of government policies.
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.
The operating hours of the Jakarta bus service Transjakarta have returned to normal per Monday, May 17.
Jakarta Metro Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Yusri Yunus said Jakarta has not yet seen this year's Eid traffic peak to date.
The Jakarta Youth Choir (JYC) posts a public apology after its recent video content drew criticism from members of the public.
Jakarta saw rampant banners rejecting travelers who returned from Eid al-Fitr holidays in their hometowns without a Covid-19-free letter.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan decided to extend the enactment of the micro-scale community activity restriction or Micro PPKM until May 31.
Govt prepares for a possible surge in COVID-19 cases following the Eid al-Fitr holidays. Prepares available hospital beds,
Jakarta Deputy Governor Riza Patria said a total of 1,730,463 vehicles were recorded leaving the capital during the Eid homecoming ban.
Transportation Minister predicted that around 400,000 travelers from Sumatra will gradually return to Java starting from Sunday after celebrating Eid.
Coordinating Minister Muhadjir Effendy assessed that the 2021 Eid homecoming or mudik ban policy was quite effective as it has been running well.
Jakarta Metropolitan Police plan to operate checkpoints until the end of May 2021 to check residents who return after celebrating Eid.
Jakarta Metropolitan Police will provide 31,000 antigen swab test kits at checkpoints for residents who have just arrived from celebrating Eid.
Despite the end of the 2021 Ketupat Operation on May 17, the police will continue to turn back mudik vehicles until May 24.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan organized Friday a Forkopimda meeting to anticipate the Eid al-Fitr return traffic.
One million people had been entering and exiting the Greater Jakarta area prior to the implementation of the mudik ban, the police said.
The peak of this years' Eid return traffic is projected to take place three and seven days after the Eid al-Fitr Day.
During the Eid mudik (homecoming) ban, the Jakarta Police set up 21 blocking points and 23 checkpoints in the areas under its jurisdiction.
The Transportation Ministry forecasted the Eid al-Fitr return traffic this year would peak from Saturday to Sunday, May 15-16, 2021.