Jakarta imposes partial lockdown as virus cases surge

JAKARTA (AFP) – Soldiers and police hit the streets of Indonesia’s capital Jakarta yesterday to enforce its toughest virus measures yet as infections surge and critics warn of a looming public-health disaster. Violators face heavy fines and up to a year in jail for breaking the new rules, which include a ban on gatherings of more than five people, limiting restaurants to online delivery orders and reducing public transport. More details in Weekend’s Borneo Bulletin