World news | Indonesia imposes level 3 restrictions on third wave of COVID-19 – archyde

Jakarta [Indonesia]November 19 (ANI): The Indonesian government will be appointed by 24 The Minister for Human Development and Culture, Muhadjir Effendy, said on Friday.

“During the Christmas and New Year holidays, PPKM level 3 regulations apply across Indonesia,” Effendy said in a press release.

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PPKM Level 3 means that public places such as cinemas, restaurants, shopping centers and places of worship can only receive up to 50 percent of the occupancy and operate until 9:00 p.m.

Open spaces such as public spaces must be closed and celebrations with crowds or fireworks are prohibited.

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A few weeks ago, the government advised people not to travel or to leave the urban cities where they work for their hometowns.

The government has also cut the Christmas vacation from two days to one day while tightening requirements for travel by public transport.

The Southeast Asian country has managed to contain the second wave of COVID-19 transmissions triggered by the Delta variant with a peak on July 15, and now the areas in the archipelago are among the lowest PPKM levels 1 and 2 2. (ANI)

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