Massive outbreak of an emerging respiratory disease so-called the COVID-19 continues to take place in Indonesia. Recently, the country even reported almost 700 positive cases in a single day, making the total cases into 15,438.  This is an unprecedented trend since President Joko Widodo announced its first kind at the beginning of March 2020. Although the majority of cases are still largely concentrated in Java, regions outside the most populated island currently also witness gradual local transmission of COVID-19. Those regions with largest cases, including South Sulawesi (5th), West Nusa Tenggara (7th ), Bali (8th), Papua (9th), and West Sumatera (10th).  Against this worrying situation, the government surprisingly expressed its interest to loosen large-scale restrictions for several sectors.