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You may already have heard it, last week we all received very good news. In line with the increasingly under-control COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia, the Government has decided to relax the policy on mask-wearing. Indonesia is lifting its outdoor mask mandate. However, a mask mandate remains in place for indoor activities and public transportation. Click here for the full story.

At the same time, the Government said all fully vaccinated travelers will no longer be required to undergo COVID-19 tests to enter Indonesia. Click here to read the full story.

More good news comes from the 2021 SEA Games in Vietnam. Indonesian contingent succeeded to secure third place with a total of 241 medals, comprising 69 gold, 91 silver, and 81 bronze medals. Click here for the full story.

For you train commuters, KAI will conduct the 5th switch over (SO) at Manggarai Station. The switch over 5 will also cause an adjustment to the KRL. The operation pattern will change, especially for the Bogor Line and the Bekasi/Cikarang Line. Click here for the full story.

Last week, BritCham held a seminar and workshop titled “Selecting & Developing Indonesia’s Future Leader to Deliver a Sustainable World” followed by a social gathering event. Click on our gallery page to see some of the photos.

Don’t forget! The Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival will be back again this weekend from 27 to 29 May 2022 at JIExpo Kemayoran Jakarta. Headliners include Jojo, PJ Morton, The Temptations, and many more.

With this newsletter, we hope you have a wonderful week ahead!