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The police raid four gorilla tobacco narcotics factories in Jakarta supplying synthetic narcotics to Jakarta, South Tangerang, Cirebon and Bandung.
Indonesian Police have been starting to secure people who are violating the physical distancing guidelines during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Police's Security Maintenance Agency Chief Agus said that a policeman hosting a wedding ceremony amid the coronavirus outbreak was being examined.
The National Police Traffic Corps announced that it will not charge fines of unpaid motorized vehicle taxes during the coronavirus outbreak.
Police reported that no one has yet to be legally prosecuted regarding the government's warning of physical distancing to contain COVID-19 pandemic.
Jakarta Metro Police spokesman said that the suspects initially spread the news to make jokes.
Police Headquarter spokesman said that the police are not making special preparations in response possible 'civil emergency policies'.
The Indonesian National Police declared its readiness to support government central's future policies regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantines.
Jakarta Police Traffic Directorate dismissed issues saying it planned to close the city's main and toll roads in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The remote working policy applied to prevent the coronavirus spread was attributable to the drop in crime rate in Jakarta, the Metro Police recorded.
The police are executing their chief's notice on how to deal with people who insist on gathering in crowds amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
National police's cyber unit is currently In the hunt to exterminate online misinformation and hoaxes regarding the coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak.
South Tangerang police will forcefully disperse mass gatherings or any public activities in the area to prevent a further spread of coronavirus.
Many Jakartans have begun understanding the importance of staying at home to contain the spread of new coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The Indonesian Police tackled 41 cases of hoaxes on COVID-19 spread through social media and will continue to conduct cyber patrolling.
Police ask Jakarta residents to avoid panic buying over fears that food supply will be scarce and prices will skyrocket due to the COVID-19 outbreak
Jakarta Metro Police's Traffic Directorate is preparing personal protective equipment for its personnel on field regarding the spread of COVID-19.
Police issued a circular restricting the sale of several staple foods to guarantee market availability in anticipation of panic buying due to Covid-19
A resident of Kendari was arrested for spreading a video of 49 Chinese workers arriving in Indonesia with a narrative related to coronavirus.
South Kalimantan Governor promised to reward members of the provincial police's narcotics division for uncovering a major drug racket