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Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said the number of deaths related to Covid-19 within the past two weeks is starting to fall.
Former Governor of Jakarta Surjadi Soedirdja, who served from 1992-1997, passed away today, August 3, 2021.
City street checkpoints along with the STRP permits required under the PPKM Level 4 restriction that has been extended for another week.
The number of COVID-19 in Jakarta today, August 2, plummets compared to the previous daily figure.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Jakarta has dropped to 19,656 as of Saturday, July 31, 2021.
Jakarta records that 260,000 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the capital city have joined the Jakpreneur entrepreneurship program.
Jakarta logs 3,567 new Covid-19 cases on the second day of the PPKM Level 4 enforcement.
Jakarta Metro Police hands over 166 oxygen cylinders to Governor Anies Baswedan.
Jakarta governor Anies Baswedan says the Covid-19 restriction imposed for the past weeks have shown positive results.
The bed occupancy rate in health facilities for self-isolating COVID-19 patients in Jakarta has reached 73 percent of the total 11,608 beds.
Ahmad Riza Patria said the bed occupancy rates of COVID-19 isolation and ICU facilities at hospitals in the city are dropping.
Switzerland has sent 600 oxygen concentrators to Indonesia on Saturday (24/7) in an effort to assist the country currently battling COVID-19 pandemic.
The Jakarta Regional Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD Jakarta) issues early warnings of the potential for extreme weather from July 23 to 24.
The revision will broaden the authority of civil servant investigators (PPNS) and Satpol PP to overcome the limited police personnel.
The BMKG in Wednesday's weather forecast predicts potential heavy storm over two areas in Jakarta.
The MUI in collaboration with the National Police and the Indonesian Military held a COVID-19 vaccination for residents of Kota Tua in Jakarta.
President Jokowi asked for the intensification of the Covid-19 vaccination to reach herd immunity.
Latest UI study found that areas with the most Covid-19 infections are proportionally higher in slums.
Jakarta is optimistic that it will reach its 7.5 million Covid-19 vaccination goal as the city has currently vaccinated 7.4 million people.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said his administration is ready if the central government decides to extend the emergency PPKM.