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Central Jakarta firefighters deployed 15 firetrucks to put out the fire in Tanah Abang area.
Jakarta's Tanah Abang Market, during the 2-day reopening since the extension of Level 4 PPKM, was seen to be empty from visitors.
The Tanah Abang Market, Central Jakarta, was reopened today. Even so, the opening hour is limited only until 3PM.
Tanah Abang Metro Police confirmed the installation of white flags around Tanah Abang Market, Central Jakarta some time ago.
Jakarta Police Traffic Director Sr. Comr. Sambodo Purnomo Yogo said his side rerouted traffic around Tanah Abang in order to prevent crowds.
A DPRD Jakarta councilor fears that the disregard of health protocols may spark another wave of COVID-19 like in India.
The COVID-19 mitigation task force said the crowds of shoppers flocking to Tanah Abang demolished the ongoing hard work to control the pandemic.
Commuter line operator PT KAI decided to suspend its electric train service at Tanah Abang Station beginning today, May 3, 2021.
130 traders lost their livelihoods as the fire burned their stalls at Kambing Market and Lontar Market, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta, on Thursday.
Commuter line or KRL operator PT Kereta Commuter Indonesia (KCI) announced that 10 KRL stations will only receive electronic money transactions.
Pasar Jaya confirmed that 10,000 traders at Tanah Abang Market, Central Jakarta would join mass COVID-19 vaccination on Wednesday.
Police is investigating a video showing a person reciting the azan [call to prayer] containing calls for jihad.
Jakarta Metro Jaya Police will hold yet another mass rapid and swab test in Petamburan, Central Jakarta on Friday, November 27, 2020.
The Metro Jaya Police said a prisoner transport bus was damaged by a group of rioters in Jakarta's Tanah Abang area.
Central Jakarta Mayor Bayu Meghantara asked operators or traders of sacrificial animals or qurban of Eid al-Adha to maintain hygiene.
Jakarta Metro Police mobilized a total of 2,500 personnel to oversee the implementation of the Transitional PSBB in the capital city.
The Indonesian Solidarity Party (PSI) found a number of people in Jakarta had been rendered homeless by COVID-19 layoffs.
Tanah Abang Market will remain closed following the extension of the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency period.
Tanah Abang temporary closure due to Covid-19 crisis has affected many, including the businesses, porters, and even public transports in the area.
PD Pasar Jaya decided to shut down the Tanah Abang shopping area temporarily in a bid to prevent the widespread of coronavirus infection.