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Follow here for the latest news about the COVID-19 in Indonesia (30 May 2020 - 1 June 2020 update)

Posted over 1 year ago by JAC Consulting

Covid 19 Indonesia

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The news summaries below has been compiled by JAC Consulting to provide you with the latest and most up-to-date news on the COVID-19 situation in Indonesia.

Disclaimer: The summary of news and updates made by JAC shown on this website are sourced from third party news articles. The summaries are made solely for reference and to provide general information on the current COVID-19 situation in Indonesia.

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*下記の情報はそれぞれのニュースソースより、JAC Consultingがピックアップし、インドネシアのCOVID-19の状況を随時アップデートしています。

This is Part 14 of JAC's summary updates. The previous updates may be found in the following link:

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30/05/2020 16:24 WIB

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia - Minister of Religion Fachrul Razi published Circular on guidelines for organizing religious activities in houses of worship during the corona virus pandemic (Covid-19). "Houses of worship that are justified to hold congregational / collective activities are those based on field facts and R-Naught / RO numbers and Effective Reproduction Number / RT figures, located in areas / environments that are safe from Covid-19," Fachrul Razi said in a statement at BNPB Office, Saturday (30/5). This circular applies to every house of worship based on the real situation of the Covid-19 pandemic in the neighborhood of the house of worship, not only based on the Zone status prevailing in the area.

Source: CNN Indonesia

31/05/2020 03:57 WIB

Bandung, CNN Indonesia - West Java Governor, Ridwan Kamil, stressed that only places of worship in the blue or controlled zone can be opened in the context of adapting new habits (IMR) amid the Covid-19 pandemic. "I submit, AKB houses of worship do not apply to all regions. Only those who scientifically enter controlled areas or the Blue Zone," said Emil, Ridwan Kamil's familiar greeting, when reviewing Al-Irsyad Mosque in Kota Baru Parahyangan and the Pentecostal Church in Indonesia, Padalarang , Saturday (5/30). In addition, the West Java Provincial Government recommends that the application of IMR in places of worship be limited to residential areas or small areas. Large houses of worship are better not to be opened first to avoid spreading the virus from outside visitors.

Source: CNN Indonesia

01/05/2020 15:50 WIB

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia - Governor of Banten, Wahidin Halim extended large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in the City and Regency of Tangerang as well as the City of South Tangerang. The PSBB implementation in Tangerang Raya was extended until June 14, 2020. The third PSBB extension is based on Banten Governor Decree number 443 / Kep.161-Huk / 2020 concerning the stipulation of the extension of the third phase of large-scale social restrictions (large-scale social restrictions - PSBB) in Tangerang Regency, Tangerang City and South Tangerang City in order to accelerate the handling of Covid-19.

Source: CNN Indonesia

01/05/2020 17:58 WIB

Bandung, CNN Indonesia - As many as 30 roads in the city of Bandung, West Java will be reopened even though the implementation of the Large-Scale Social Restrictions (Pembatasan Sosial Berskala Besar - PSBB) is still valid until June 12. Chief of Traffic Police Traffic Bandung Police Commissioner Bayu Catur Prabowo said the opening of around 30 closed roads will be done on Monday (1/6) evening.

Source: CNN Indonesia

01/05/2020 19:45 WIB

Palembang, CNN Indonesia - Enforcement of Large Scale Social Restrictions (Pembatasan Sosial Berskala Besar - PSBB) in Palembang, South Sumatra will be extended for 14 days. Because the peak of Covid-19 transmission is predicted to occur in the first and second week of June. Palembang Mayor Harnojoyo said that during the implementation of the PSBB in Palembang since May 20, there were a number of indicators of decreasing corona virus transmission rates. The rate of transmission and effective reproduction (RT) decreased from 1.29 on May 23, to 0.92 on May 31 with a cumulative number of positive cases reaching 548 cases.

Source: CNN Indonesia

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