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Satpol PP announced they managed to collect Rp1.1 billion-worth of health protocol violation fines from January 10 up to June 9, 2021.
Expert talks about the link between pandemic fatigue and the eroding health protocol compliance among society.
The COVID-19 Mitigation Task Force reveals that the public compliance rate with the face mask policy is only 59.32 percent.
A health expert points at Indonesia's culture that is hesitant to directly remind people in public to wear face masks and abide by health protocols.
Batik Air has allegedly violated physical distancing protocol during flight ID 6376 from Soekarno-Hatta to Yogyakarta on Thursday.
A recent survey finds that only a small number of people at markets are complying with health protocols, especially calls for physical distancing.
Transportation Ministry receives information that three airlines allegedly violated the physical distancing rules on board.
Tangerang is experiencing significant increases in Covid-19 transmission.
The Jakarta administration closed the car free day event or CFD on Jalan Jenderal Sudirman-Thamrin starting June 28.
The Covid-19 task force head Doni Monardo stated that many Indonesians still do not understand about a new normal concept.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan visited Dunia Fantasi or Dufan, a theme park at Ancol in North Jakarta, on Saturday, June 13.
To anticipate long lines for the Commuter Line or KRL, the Jakarta School Transportation Management mobilizes 50 school buses for commuters.
The Jakarta Administration released a health protocol for hair salons which permits this business segment to open starting on June 15.
During the transition period to a new normal era, Jakarta History Museum or Fatahillah Museum has been reopened for public starting Monday, June 8.
Koalisi Pejalan Kaki' argues that pedestrians of the Jakarta will probably not abide by physical distancing protocols due to infrastructures.
Garuda Indonesia will reportedly increase its maximum passenger capacity for commercial flights to 70 percent amidst social restrictions.
President Jokowi has today, June 8, held the first offline, limited meeting at Bogor Palace since the Covid-19 pandemic struck in the middle of March.
Garuda Indonesia Airlines is mulling over to raise flight tickets if the new normal state is expected to be implemented for quite a long period.
The announcement of the results of evaluation of the transitional PSBB by the Jakarta administration is slated for June 18.
There are 703 confirmed new cases of COVID-19 in Indonesia on Friday, June 5, 2020.