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The number of coronavirus infection rose again after the Eid holiday. We can't simply hope for improvements to government policy.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said the addition of 3,365 Covid-19 cases in the capital city for the past two weeks was due to two factors.
The Eid or mudik travelers who tested positive for Covid-19 are currently in isolation.
Ten people tested positive for Covid-19 after returning to Jakarta from their hometowns during the Eid holiday travel or mudik.
The Indonesian Covid-19 Task Force noted that at least 264 "mudik" travelers tested positive for Covid-19.
Jakarta records the number of active cases was 7,039 on May 3, which then increased to 7,293 as of May 18.
Police to perform random swab antigen tests at mudik check points to anticipate the movement of people traveling back to Jakarta from Eid homecoming.
Despite the end of the 2021 Ketupat Operation on May 17, the police will continue to turn back mudik vehicles until May 24.
Vice President Ma'ruf Amin reaffirmed his call for common acts of sacrifice for the safety of all by respecting the govt's ban on mudik.
Police will implement the contraflow scheme to anticipate traffic density during the return of Eid homecoming (mudik) travelers to Jakarta.
Transportation Minister clarifies his earlier statement which many interpreted that the government providing free vaccines for mudik travelers.
The National Police assert they are committed to blocking road access to avert Eid homecoming trips or mudik in line with the government's ban.
Urban transport expert the government shows inconsistency upon restricting people's 'mudik' mobility as foreigners continue to arrive.
Jasa Marga recorded 171,358 vehicles left Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang, and Bekasi two days before the mudik ban takes effect.
Jakarta Transportation Agency Head says the government also barred residents from having Eid homecoming trips within Jabodetabek.
The government is forbidding people from taking the traditional 'mudik' trip this Eid, to curb Covid-19 infections.
Following the Eid homecoming or mudik ban, the Jakarta Police asked 725 vehicles to turn around as they attempted to go on homecoming trips.
Jakarta Police arrested a number of people attempting to cross the Jabodetabek border by hiding in a vegetable truck for Eid homecoming.
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.