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IKAPPI recorded 1,172 positive COVID-19 cases in 201 traditional markets throughout 83 regencies or cities of 26 Indonesia's provinces.
The Indonesian Market Traders Association (Ikappi) reported there are 1,053 new COVID-19 cases across Indonesia's traditional markets.
Market Traders Association Ikappi reported that 217 traders in Jakarta contracted the COVID-19, the highest figure among other Indonesia's provinces.
Governor Anies Baswedan announced the city administration would beef up the monitoring on two areas during the extended transitional PSBB.
Epidemiologist Tri Yunis Miko Wahyono pitched the idea of imposing online registrations for mall and market visitors.
South Jakarta Administration temporarily closes Pondok Labu Traditional Market starting today, June 27, until Tuesday, June 30.
DPRD Commission B chairman Abdu Azizi asked the Jakarta government to provide incentives for traditional market traders testing positive for COVID-19.
Indonesian Market Traders Association (Ikappi) data recorded that Covid-19 cases were found at 19 traditional markets in Jakarta.
The Jakarta Health Agency held mass COVID-19 tests on 1,198 traditional market traders and found 137 had tested positive.
Indonesian Market Traders Association (Ikappi) recorded as many as 51 trades at eight traditional markets were tested positive for Covid-19.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan announced that he will soon close traditional markets that have been exposed to the new coronavirus or Covid-19.
Jakarta-owned market operator PD Pasar Jaya reported the new coronavirus or Covid-19 transmission in its eight traditional markets.
Central Jakarta Mayor Bayu Meghantara planned to close a number of traditional markets after traders found to be tested positive for Covid-19.
The disinfection at the traditional markets is done to prevent Covid-19 transmission.
The Indonesian Market Traders Association recorded that 382 traders in 64 traditional markets across Indonesia have tested positive for Covid-19.
The Metro Jaya Police announced Friday they would bump up the number of personnel stationed at traditional markets.
Two traditional market traders in Bekasi were tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) on Sunday.
Traditional markets in Depok City adopted trade services that negate the need for physical presence of buyers by phone and online orders.