September 20, 2021, 11.22 PM


KOMPAS.com – Indonesia will extend the Covid-19 restrictions on public activities in Java and Bali until October 4 as the number of confirmed cases, though persists, is declining.

Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said that Java and Bali have no more a very high-risk area of Covid-19 infection. “Currently, no more regency or city is categorized as alert level 4 area,” Luhut said in a televised message on Monday, September 20.

The chief minister also said that some adjustments have been made in Java and Bali areas.

New rules of Covid-19 restrictions in public activities

The government will conduct trial runs for allowing children under 12 years to enter shopping centers or malls in the Indonesian cities of Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Yogyakarta, and Surabaya, with parents closely monitor their children.

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Movie theaters can resume operations at 50 percent capacity in alert level 3 and level 2 cities. The use of the Covid-19 contact tracing app PeduliLindungi is required, while the implementation of health protocols is strictly applied.

The league 2 football games will be held in alert level 3 and 2 areas with a maximum of eight games weekly.

Restaurants in sports outdoor facilities can operate at 50 percent capacity.

Non-essential businesses located in alert level 3 areas can allow their vaccinated employees to come to the office at 25 percent capacity and make use of the Covid-19 QR Peduli Protect.

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