Indonesia is the world’s largest Muslim population. There are more than ten millions of people came back to the country to celebrate, but the nation has temporarily banned the Air, Water and Road travelling to keep low the curve of infection.
The Idul Fitri — the Indonesian name for Eid al-Fitr, has been prevented by the red zone, where the infection has been spread badly. The administration has been banned public transportation for travelling in the major cities as well. Ten thousands of troops have been deployed in the checkpoint to maintain the regulations.
More than 8,000 coronavirus cases have been registered, 689 civilians have died as well. To maintain the social distancing, families and friends have stopped visiting each other’s home to break the fast by having iftar meal.