In late June, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that the case of Covid-19 has exceeded 10 million as many countries including Indonesia have seen the rising spike.
This year, Jakarta commemorates its 493rd anniversary without its customary celebration as Jakarta Fair is suspended. The government opts for a virtual breakthrough instead
With many things in Jakarta being not exactly sustainable, can we really expect the city to become a sustainable city?
The first virtual electronic music festival invites music goers to help with Covid-19 and enjoy the performance by 27 local and international DJs.
Don't get too excited. Jakarta is indeed on a transition period but you must still pay attention to your health. Keep wearing your mask. Bring your hand sanitiser everywhere. Maintain your distance.
The New Normal is meant to save the economy and keep people alive but people need to remain cautious and vigilant.
Until now, Indonesia is struggling to curb the Covid-19 as the emergence of the virus is unavoidable and Eid Al-Fitr could lead to the second wave. At this point, the public remains pessimistic.