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As many as 432 vehicles have been netted during the homecoming blockade operation in Tangerang.
The intention of the passenger to return to his hometown was cancelled because his own family restrict him from doing the homecoming trip.
Jasa Marga recorded 171,358 vehicles left Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang, and Bekasi two days before the mudik ban takes effect.
A haunted house in the Boyolali Regency has been set as a quarantine facility for residents who come visit their hometown.
The West Papua Covid-19 task force will conjure up a plan which temporarily closes public access to sea, air, and land transportation ahead of Eid.
The government is allowing music concerts and sporting events to be held amid pandemic but not the homecoming or mudik in Idul Fitri.
Bogor Deputy Mayor said that the city is yet to draft a detailed regulation because it is waiting for a more detailed technical regulation.
According to Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi, the regulation is being drafted in consultation with other stakeholders.
Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo appealed to residents not to travel out of town for year-end holidays.
The Yogyakarta administration was watching out for the worst impact on its region once Jakarta PSBB reimposed on Monday, September 14, 2020.
DPRD called for stiffer monitoring on Jakarta settlers that move in-and-out of city confines during the PSBB transition phase.
Jakarta Transportation Agency Head Syafrin confirmed the SIKM inspection will be resumed until the end of the Covid-19 emergency period.
Following the Eid al-Fitr celebration, Jasa Marga recorded 171,046 vehicles had headed to Jakarta amid COVID-19 restriction.
The National Police Chief General Idham Azis confirmed the 2020 Ketupat Operation, a security operation held during Eid al-Fitr or Lebaran holiday.
During Eid Al-Fitr, the Ministry of Transportation will apply more stringent supervision to anticipate flow of homecomers.
Jasa Marga predicts that the peak of 2020 homecoming (mudik) congestion will take place on May 21 despite the mudik ban amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The police apprehended another 95 illegal travel services, attempting to smuggle homecoming (mudik) travelers out of the Greater Jakarta area.
The expert appealed to the government to stop the flow of people entering Jakarta to prevent a second wave of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Police have again found a number of trucks carrying homecoming travelers from Jakarta despite the mudik ban.
During the implementation of the homecoming ban, the Police has managed to turn around 8,709 vehicles.