The governor of Indonesia's capital announced on Thursday the easing of some coronavirus restrictions though he warned that the fight against the outbreak was far from over in Southeast Asia's biggest city.
The governor of Indonesia's capital said on Thursday that movement restrictions to stem the spread of the coronavirus would be extended in Jakarta, but June would be a transition period with some rules conditionally eased.
(The story headlined "Indonesia court orders president to apologize for Papua internet curbs" has been withdrawn. There was no order for such an apology in the court ruling. A new version of the story will follow shortly.)
An Indonesian court on Wednesday ordered President Joko Widodo to make an official apology after ruling that his government's decision to rein in internet speeds to contain civil unrest in the Papua region last year was unlawful.
Facebook Inc messaging
platform WhatsApp and PayPal Holdings Inc on Wednesday
said they have invested in payment, food delivery and
ride-hailing app operator Gojek as part of the Indonesian firm's
ongoing fundraising round.
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