These groups carry the biggest likelihood to spread the infectious Covid-19 virus given their view that economic needs are far greater than their health.
Sulfikar suggested that the Jakarta Provincial Government assess the welfare of those who are open to contracting the virus.
The three biggest groups that stated their openness to being infected by the Covid-19 virus are daily workers, non-profit organization workers, and unemployed persons.
The survey was conducted by the Social Resilience Lab at NTU together with the Covid-19 Report organization from May 29 until June 20 in the Jakarta Raya area. It gathered 206,550 responses, but only 154,471 responses were deemed valid.
The latest tally for July 5 showed that Jakarta has 12,295 confirmed Covid-19 cases. Of the number, 256 Covid-19 cases were reported over the past 24 hours.
Indonesia’s capital city has recorded 658 deaths resulting from the virus while 584 Covid-19 patients have been hospitalized.