Therefore, he urged Jakarta residents to stay at home. Residents are only allowed to leave their houses if there is an urgent need. “Don't leave the house if you don't have to, stay at home. Don't leave Jakarta if you don't have an urgent need,” said Anies.
On Wednesday, Jakarta recorded 1,026 new Covid-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 49,837.
Jakarta Health Agency’s head of disease control and prevention division, Dwi Oktavia, said that as many as 37,245 people have recovered, putting the recovery rate at 74.7 percent. More than 11,000 patients are still being treated or isolated.
Dwi added that over 1,300 people died in Jakarta, placing the mortality rate at 2.7 percent.
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