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Jakarta residents face jail for breaking social distancing rules

Bike taxis banned and mask wearing now mandatory, governor says

Benches at a station in Jakarta have been marked off to encourage social distancing.   © Reuters

JAKARTA -- Jakarta will impose stiff penalties on those breaking its large-scale social restrictions, including prison sentences, as authorities scramble to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country's capital.

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