Coronavirus: Indonesia capital Jakarta gets tough on social distancing rules

The Indonesian capital of Jakarta decided late on Tuesday to impose “large-scale social restrictions” to curb the spread of coronavirus, introducing limits on public activity and enforcement patrols after an alarming surge of infections.In announcing the policy, Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan told a press conference that the restrictions, which take effect on Friday, were for an initial period of two weeks, with the possibility of extension.Indonesia warned to be on guard for anti-Chinese…