“However, political gatherings and protests are permitted, as long they are attended by 25 percent capacity of crowds,” the policy went. The organizers are not allowed to serve any foods. The rule also applies to museums and artistic exhibits.
The Jakarta Provincial Administration’s tighten PPKM policy comes as the number of Covid-19 cases in the capital rose to 486,957 following the addition of 4,693 new cases.
“Of these, the number of active Covid-19 cases currently stand at 35,705 cases, following an increase of 3,514 people. The number of deaths as of have stood at 8,057, after another 43 people died of Covid-19,” said Jakarta Health Services Disease Prevention and Control head Dwi Oktavia.
“The number of people who recovered from Covid-19 increased by 1,136. This brings the number of recoveries to 443,195 out of 486,957.”
Dwi also maintained that the Jakarta Provincial Administration has taken strides in vaccinations. “T40.8 percent, or 3,593,159 [vaccine recipients] received their first doses, while 1,894,808 others, or 21.5 percent, received their first dosage,” she noted.
Jakarta aims to vaccinate at least 8,815,157 people to gain herd immunity against Covid-19.
(Writer: Singgih Wiryono | Editors: Jessi Carina, Sandro Gatra, Egidius Patnistik
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