Indonesian dancers wearing face shields practice Javanese traditional dance amid COVID-19 outbreak

BY APD NEWSJul 12,2020 at 14:03

Tourist destinations situated in Indonesia's areas with low risks of COVID-19 transmissions have gradually resumed welcoming visitors, according to a statement issued by the Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry.

In Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park (TMII) of Jakarta, members of Surya Kirana dance group held their weekly practice Saturday following health protocol after the park reopened for public.

The COVID-19 cases in Indonesia rose by 1,671 within one day to 74,018, with the death toll adding by 66 to 3,535 as of Saturday.

A member of Surya Kirana dance group wearing face shield practices Javanese traditional dance amid the COVID-19 outbreak at Desa Seni in Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park (TMII), Jakarta, Indonesia, July 11, 2020. (Xinhua/Agung Kuncahya B.)

Members of Surya Kirana dance group wearing face shields practice Javanese traditional dance amid the COVID-19 outbreak at Desa Seni in Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park (TMII), Jakarta, Indonesia, July 11, 2020. (Xinhua/Agung Kuncahya B.)

Members of Surya Kirana dance group wearing face shields practice Javanese traditional dance amid the COVID-19 outbreak at Desa Seni in Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park (TMII), Jakarta, Indonesia, July 11, 2020. (Xinhua/Agung Kuncahya B.)

Members of Surya Kirana dance group wearing face shields practice Javanese traditional dance amid the COVID-19 outbreak at Desa Seni in Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park (TMII), Jakarta, Indonesia. July 11, 2020. (Xinhua/Agung Kuncahya B.)

(ASIA PACIFIC DAILY)

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