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Jakarta Governor agrees to exclude these groups from the mudik ban.
One day ahead of the ban on the Eid al-Fitr mass exodus or 'Mudik',Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta Airport is being packed by would-be travelers.
Passenger and vehicle mobility in this year's 'mudik' saw a surge 12 days ahead of the Eid al-Fitr national holidays from various seaports.
Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture, Muhadjir Effendy, announced the ban against this year's mudik or mass exodus.
Amid the government's ban on mudik, Jasa Marga recorded a total of 367,703 vehicles had left Jakarta from D-7 until D-3 of Eid al-Fitr or Lebaran.
Video-sharing app TikTok collaborated with the national COVID-19 mitigation task force launched a special program dubbed #MudikOnline.
The National Police ensured that people in Jakarta Greater Area or Jabodetabek are permitted to join the annual exodus or mudik within the area.
On Saturday Jakarta Metro Police's Traffic Directorate cracked down 44 illegal travel vehicles smuggling people to join mass exodus or mudik.
Covid-19 mitigation task force head Doni Monardo clarified that the regulation on the prohibition of annual mass exodus or mudik is not revised.
Merak Port in Banten is officially closed for passengers, private cars, and public transport, Deputy Chief of Banten Police Brig. Gen. Tomex confirmed
Police Traffic Corps Head Istiono confirmed that there were people caught passing alternative routes to return to their hometowns amid mudik ban.
Coordinating Minister for Politics, Legal and Security Mahfud MD asserted that the mudik ban applies nationally.
The Transportation Ministry halted all operations of commercial ships to comply with the government's ban on the annual mass exodus or mudik.
The Transportation Ministry is set to impose sanctions in the form of administrative fines and imprisonment for people violating the mudik ban.
Jakarta Metro Police's Traffic Directorate recorded an increase in the number of vehicles leaving Jakarta ahead of the enactment of the mudik ban.
Coordinating Minister Airlangga Hartarto assessed that the ban on annual mass exodus or mudik will slightly affect the economy in villages.
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.
The Indonesian Transportation Society (MTI) warned that the ban on the mass exodus or mudik will be effective if the transportation is also stopped.