Indonesia reports a record 9,475 recoveries, including 2,802 from Jakarta, bringing the nationwide total of recoveries to 745,935.
Indonesia reports its first two cases of the Lineage B.1.617 variant, first discovered in India, in two people from Jakarta. The country also reports its first case of the Lineage B.1.351 variant, first discovered in South Africa, in a person from Bali.
Supporters of the controversial Indonesian Islamic cleric Muhammad Rizieq Shihab clash with police during a demonstration in Jakarta, demanding immediate release of Shihab from police detention. Shihab was arrested last weekend for violations of health protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic after large gatherings occurred to celebrate his return to the country from self-exile in Saudi Arabia.
It is announced that the Indonesian capital Jakarta will restart its "transitional" eased large-scale social restrictions effective tomorrow, after a pace of infections has slowed within two weeks, according to a statement from the governor Anies Baswedan.
Indonesia reports its highest single-day record of more than 3,500 patients having recovered from COVID-19, pushing the recovery rate to 71.5%. Of those recovered, 1,896 are from Jakarta, which has reported the highest single day of any province in the country.