Jakarta Labor, Transmigration and Energy Services head Andry Yansyah urged companies to report if any of their employees test positive for Covid-19 and take preventive measures such as disinfecting their offices.
Jakarta’s transition large-scale social distancing prior to entering the New Normal phase is scheduled to end July 30. The number of people afflicted with Covid-19 cases in Jakarta now stands at 19,886 as of July 28, following the addition of another 412 cases.
795 people died from Covid-19, while 12,373 others recovered from the disease.
(Writers: Ryana Aryadita Umasugi, Rindi Nuris Velarosdela | Editors: Sabrina Asril, Egidius Patnistik)
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