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Jakarta Police recorded that 3,095 mudik travelers were rejected to enter the capital city as they failed to present an exit and entry permit or SIKM.
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 police stop 74,000 vehicles from crossing the borders of the Jakarta Metro Area for Idul Fitri mudik purposes.
According to PT Jasa Marga, the highest traffic since D day-7 up to D day-1 this year took place on D day-4 with 92,668 vehicles.
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.
As of Thursday, May 21, Indonesia has recorded the total number of Covid-19 infections to over 16,000 with almost 3,000 recoveries, and 1,000 deaths.
The national Covid-19 Task Force is coordinating with Anies Baswedan about the potential of a heavy returning flow of people after Lebaran holiday.
According to Jakarta Ombudsman, Soekarno-Hatta airport was not well-prepared to implement physical distancing among passengers.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan asks the residents of the capital city to not go for local mudik to Greater Jakarta areas.
The National Police ensured that people in Jakarta Greater Area or Jabodetabek are permitted to join the annual exodus or mudik within the area.
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.
PT KAI was set to transport passengers on special or non-homecoming trips on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, until the end of the mudik ban on May 31.
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.
The Transportation Ministry was finalizing a derivative regulation of the Ministerial Decree No. 25/2020 on the mass exodus or mudik ban.
Police have again found a number of trucks carrying homecoming travelers from Jakarta despite the mudik ban.
COVID-19 Task Force confirmed that as of Saturday, 1,665 of the 10,843 new coronavirus patients in the country had fully recovered.
Metro Jaya Police Traffic Unit cracked down an illegal travel agent attempting to smuggle passengers amidst the mudik ban.