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64 Jakarta shopping malls to reopen in early June

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The Jakarta Post

Jakarta  /  Tue, May 26, 2020  /  03:40 pm
64 Jakarta shopping malls to reopen in early June

According to the Indonesian Shopping Center Association (APPBI)'s Jakarta chapter chairman, Ellen Hidayat, 60 shopping centers will reopen for business on June 5 and the remaining four on June 8. (Shutterstock/hxdbzxy)

Sixty-four shopping malls across Jakarta will reopen in early June after having been closed since April because of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB). 

According to the Indonesian Shopping Center Association (APPBI)'s Jakarta chapter chairman, Ellen Hidayat, 60 shopping centers will reopen for business on June 5 and the remaining four on June 8.

The move is in accordance with Gubernatorial Decree No. 489/2020 on the PSBB extension in Jakarta, which will end on June 4. 

The PSBB policy has been extended three times since it was first implemented.

Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has hinted that the city administration would not extend PSBB measures for a fourth time and that Jakartans should be ready to face a “new normal”. 

Here are the shopping malls that are slated to reopen on June 5:

  1. FX Sudirman 
  2. ITC Mangga Dua
  3. ITC Cempaka Mas
  4. Golden Truly
  5. Gajah Mada Plaza
  6. Senayan City
  7. ITC Roxy Mall
  8. Mal Mangga Dua
  9. Mangga Dua Square
  10. Plaza Atrium
  11. Plaza Kenari Mas
  12. Thamrin City
  13. Harco Pasar Baru
  14. Jakarta Design Center
  15. Plaza Glodok
  16. ITC Permata Hijau
  17. Kota Kasablanka
  18. Gandaria City
  19. Plaza Blok M
  20. Onebelpark
  21. Lippo Mall Kemang
  22. The Plaza Semanggi
  23. Pacific Place
  24. Pejaten Village
  25. ITC Kuningan
  26. Transmart Cilandak
  27. Pondok Indah Mall
  28. Ciputra World Jakarta/Lotte Shopping Avenue
  29. Kuningan City
  30. Blok M Square
  31. ITC Fatmawati
  32. Kalibata City Square
  33. Mal Ambasador
  34. Mal Blok M
  35. Plaza Mebel
  36. Mal Taman Anggrek
  37. Lippo Mall Puri
  38. Mal Taman Palem
  39. Puri Indah Mall
  40. Mal Ciputra Jakarta
  41. Central Park Mall dan Neo Soho Mall
  42. PX Pavilioun
  43. Seasons City
  44. Lippo Plaza Kramat Jati
  45. Cibubur Junction
  46. Mall Cipinang Indah
  47. Tamini Square
  48. AEON MALL Jakarta Garden City
  49. Arion Mall
  50. Buaran Plaza
  51. [email protected]
  52. Pulogadung Trade Center
  53. Pusat Grosir Cililitan
  54. Pluit Village Mall 
  55. Emporium Pluit Mall
  56. Pluit Junction
  57. Baywalk Mall
  58. WTC Mangga Dua
  59. Koja Trade Center
  60. Plaza Indonesia

Meanwhile, shopping centers that are scheduled to welcome visitors on June 8 are Grand Indonesia, Teras Benhil, Summarecon Mal Kelapa Gading and Sunter Mall.

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As part of a plan to gradually loosen the PSBB policy,  police and military personnel will be deployed to monitor prevailing restrictions starting on Tuesday in Jakarta, West Java, West Sumatra and Gorontalo provinces. 

Up to 340,000 officers will be posted at 1,800 public spaces to enforce the limitation of large gatherings and ensure modes of public transportation and commercial areas operate at only 50 percent capacity, Indonesian Military (TNI) commander Air Chief Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto said as quoted by kompas.com.

A shopping mall that can accommodate 1,000 people, for instance, will only be allowed to hold 500 people. (gis/kes)

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