Indonesian authorities have lifted all remaining restrictions imposed during the coronavirus pandemic. The Jakarta Post writes about this, citing statements by President Joko Widodo.
The decision was made after analyzing the latest data on the number of people infected. The President said that the majority of the population has already developed antibodies. At the same time, he urged citizens to continue wearing maxi in public places. But now this measure is advisory, not mandatory. Mandatory use of the COVID app, which was used for COVID-19 contact tracing in Indonesia, was also lifted.
It was previously reported that China will lift the quarantine and entry restrictions for foreign tourists imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The new rules will go into effect on January 8. The National Health Commission announced the reduction of anti-covid measures.