The country has recorded 96 cases and 5 people have died due to the virus in Indonesia.
An Indonesian minister tested positive for Covid-19.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and his entire Cabinet will undergo COVID-19 test after a minister was found positive for the virus.
Yesterday, Anies announced schools and tourist spots in Jakarta would be closed for two weeks. Telling a press conference in Jakarta, Pratikno said that the minister is being treated at the Gatot Subroto Army Hospital.
While most confirmed cases have been clustered in Jakarta, cases have also been reported in cities in western and central Java, Manado on Sulawesi island, Pontianak on Borneo island and the holiday island of Bali.
President Jokowi, the nick name of the president, disclosed that the government would not impose a lockdown in the country so far, but stress the importance of reducing frequency of people's movements and gatherings, as well as keeping distance among them.
In response to media queries, a spokesman from Singapore's Ministry of Foreign affairs said on Monday that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong had spoken to Mr Joko on March 11, to reaffirm Singapore's commitment to work with Indonesia to fight the pandemic.
The number of cases had grown around 30% everyday, while only 10% of those infected had recovered, Kalla said, warning this could mean around 1,000 cases within the next week. This is the time when we have to work hand in hand to make this a national community movement that quickly solves the problem, "said Widodo from the Bogor presidential palace".