Cyclists and joggers can now exercise again at the Senayan sports complex in Jakarta. Public transportation services have resumed with health protocols. Meanwhile, museums in Jakarta are gearing up to reopen.
Activities in Jakarta’s public spaces are slowly returning under the central government’s “new normal” policy and the Jakarta administration’s transitional restrictions policy.
The government is going ahead with the plan although the number of new COVID-19 cases hit a record high of 1,240 on June 10.
The situation is far more complex for residents around the Pantai Mutiara housing complex in North Jakarta. On top of protecting themselves from the virus, they had to deal with flooding on June 7.[yps]