June 10, 2020, 05.57 PM

“Timing is very important, and it has to be precise. The calculation, the numbers,” shared Jokowi.

Today, Indonesia recorded an all-time high of nationwide daily infection rate with 1,241 new Covid-19 cases.

There are 34,316 Covid-19 cases throughout the country as of 10 June in which 12,219 individuals have recovered.

The hub of the Indonesian economy, Jakarta, recorded 147 new Covid-19 cases on Wednesday which is a significant drop from the previous day.

On 9 June, Jakarta recorded its highest daily Covid-19 cases of 239 infections which coincided with the capital city’s start to the new normal on 5 June.

To reassure public concerns in the new normal, the government is set to release a Covid-19 tracking app, Lacak-Covid (L-Cov), for Android users. The app has a variety of features ranging from daily updates to tracking functionality.

The government hopes that the app will offer convenience to users through real-time updates and monitoring.

Other measures to curb the spread of the novel virus includes calling for the public to adhere to the government's health protocols.

These include wearing a mask, frequent handwashing, and maintaining a distance of at least 1.5 meters – 2 meters. (Writer: Rakhmat Nur Hakim | Editor: Bayu Galih)

Source: https://nasional.kompas.com/read/2020/06/10/13391511/jokowi-jika-terjadi-peningkatan-kasus-baru-covid-19-ada-pengetatan-lagi

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