Jakarta — a sprawling city home to some 30 million — imposed a partial lockdown last month as virus infections surged and critics warned of a looming public health disaster.
Several other Indonesian cities have put similar restrictions in place, but violations are prevalent.
At the weekend, several hundred people gathered in downtown Jakarta to mark the closure of a fast-food restaurant, sparking widespread criticism.
On Tuesday, Indonesia‘s COVID-19 death toll hit 1,007 with nearly 14,749 confirmed cases.
But the true toll is believed to be much higher in the country of more than 260 million.