Indonesia may start new holiday to replace Eid exodus amid COVID-19 concerns
JAKARTA Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Thursday the government is considering setting up new nationwide trip to preclude in complying half-year number flight frequently occurring at the final word of the Muslim this revered tradition week amid precations over the high rate of COVID-19. Widodo said on a cabinet encountering measuring could well be set up within the new holiday season which can include making tourist attractions liberal to help “bring some calm to the people”.
Indonesians, nearly over 80% of that are Muslim, commemorate the top of Ramadan or even the Eid al-Fitr celebration along with devour and new clothes, commonly back to the home villages or towns.
Ramadan right now falls over April and May.