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Coordinating Minister Muhadjir Effendy assessed that the 2021 Eid homecoming or mudik ban policy was quite effective as it has been running well.
Despite the end of the 2021 Ketupat Operation on May 17, the police will continue to turn back mudik vehicles until May 24.
One million people had been entering and exiting the Greater Jakarta area prior to the implementation of the mudik ban, the police said.
During the Eid mudik (homecoming) ban, the Jakarta Police set up 21 blocking points and 23 checkpoints in the areas under its jurisdiction.
As the government bars mudik, two flights carrying Chinese nationals will reportedly arrive at Soekarno-Hatta Airport today, May 10.
Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi claims that public mobility restrictions effectively curbed mass exodus ahead of the Eid al-FItr.
The Indonesian immigration is yet aware about the supposed arrival of 171 Chinese foreigners at the Soekarno-Hatta airport on Thursday.
Jasa Marga recorded 414,774 vehicles that had left the Greater Jakarta area just one day before the ban on mass exodus or '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.
The government calls for air carriers to accommodate customers' request for flight refunds amid the mudik ban.
Metro Jaya Police traffic unit announced it had arrested dozens of illegal Eid 'mudik' transportation services ahead of the Eid al-Fitr.
Flag-carrier Garuda Indonesia is drawing up strategies following the government's decision to bar Eid homecoming or mudik from May 6-17, 2021.
The Indonesian Police asked residents to postpone their plans for 2021 Eid homecoming travels.
The government decides to bar Eid homecoming or mudik this year beginning from May 6-17, 2021.
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.
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.