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Follow here for the latest news about the COVID-19 in Indonesia (16 July 2020 - 23 July 2020)

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.

Consult here the latest updates about the status of the Covid-19 in Indonesia:

*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 22 of JAC's summary updates. The previous updates may be found in the following link:

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23/07/2020 10:42 WIB

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia - The Covid-19 Task Force reports on the change in covid-19 risk zoning in the DKI Jakarta area. According to the Covid-19 Task Force report, there are three regions in Jakarta that have turned into orange zones, after all this time in the red zone. Daerah tersebut adalah Jakarta Selatan, Jakarta Timur, dan Jakarta Utara. Sementara Jakarta Pusat dan Jakarta Barat masih berada di zona merah. Update zonasi risiko tersebut dilaporkan melalui laman, setiap pekan data tersebut berubah bergantung pada hasil analisis mingguan.

Source: CNN Indonesia

21/07/2020 13:49 WIB

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia - The mandatory rules of rapid tests for residents outside of Surabaya are said to not apply to residents of regencies / cities that belong to the same agglomeration area as the Surabaya, namely Gresik, Lamongan, Mojokerto, and Sidoarjo. Previously, the Surabaya City Government (Pemkot) issued a regulation requiring workers outside the Surabaya area to show the results of rapid tests or swab tests if they were to enter their area.  In this article it is explained that the obligation to show the results of rapid tests, swab tests, or symptom-free certificates is excluded for people who have a Identification Card Surabaya, who travels commuting, and or people who travel within the agglomeration region or region.

Source: CNN Indonesia

18/07/2020 19:38 WIB

Bandung, CNN Indonesia - West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil officially extended Proportionally Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) in the City / Regency of Bogor, City of Depok, and City / District of Bekasi or Bodebek. The extension of the PSBB in Bodebek applies from Saturday (18/7) to Saturday (1/8). The status of the Bodebek PSBB extension as stated in the Decree of the Governor of West Java No. 443 / Kep.398-Hukham / 2020. The decree was signed by West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil on Saturday (18/7).

Source: CNN Indonesia

17/07/2020 10:23 WIB

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia - The Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta has officially nullified the Jakarta Enter-Exit Permit (SIKM) per Tuesday (14/7). This is because the SIKM has not been effective since the period of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) transition.  After SIKM has been abolished, residents who want to enter and exit Jakarta must continue to take care of the permit by filling out the forms in the Corona Likelihood Metric application or CLM. The CLM filling can be done through the application or the website.

Source: CNN indonesia

16/07/2020 20:05 WIB

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia - DKI Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan decided to extend the Transitional Large-Scale Social Restriction (PSBB) transition for the next two weeks. This means that the PSBB Transition to reduce the rate of covid-19 transmission will take effect until 30 July 2020.  "We decided to extend phase 1 of the Transitional PSBB for the next two weeks before moving on to the second phase," Anies said as broadcast live on the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government Youtube account, Thursday (7/16).

Source: CNN Indonesia


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