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Indonesia bans Christmas holidays officials
To prevent any further COVID-19 infections, the Indonesian government has prohibited all employees and officials of listed companies from celebrating Christmas and year-end holidays. They are not the Grinch, but they were told that they could rest after the season..
This measure will be taken against the coronavirus pandemic and approved by the Ministry of the Interior.Police and soldiers will also be limiting mass influx to churches and other areas on these dates.
They will ban all cultural, artistic, and sporting events starting December 24th through January 2.They will also close all towns squares on January 1 and December 31, to stop many people from taking part in the New Year celebrations.
Millions of people disregard previous suggestions
The Christmas and New Year holiday bans came after millions of people disrespect the Indonesian government’s recommendations made in May this year.A new wave of COVID-19 infections is triggered by the celebration of Muslim Eid al-Fitr, or the end to the fast.
It was July when Indonesia suffered the most severe wave of infection. The country became the centre of the global pandemic with over 2,000 deaths every day and 40,000 new cases. Thankfully, the situation has stabilised and Asian countries have eased some restrictions such as the reopening for international tourism..
Despite the fact that…Indonesia remains the country most affected in Southeast Asia by COVID-19, It has been responsible for more than 4.2 Million infections and 143,000 deaths due to the coronavirus..
* Information from EFE