Indonesia to stick to current curbs for Christmas, New Year holidays

 A child receives a Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine dose at an elementary school in Jakarta on Wednesday, as part of a government program to vaccinate children aged 6 to 11.(AFP/Adek Berry) Share Nina A. Loasana and Dio Suhenda (The Jakarta Post) PREMIUM Jakarta   ●   Fri, December 17, 2021 The government has said it will stick to its current mobility restrictions during the year-end holidays, despite having recently reported the country’s first known case of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. Vice President Ma’ruf Amin said the government would continue to implement multi-tiered public activity restrictions (PPKM) in accordance with the pandemic situation in each region. “We will ensure that PPKM is implemented in the regions according to their level [of risk]. [Although] these levels are adjustable, we will not ease the prevailing curbs until January,” said Ma’ruf on Friday.

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