As of 15 April 2020, we are told COVID-19 is still on the rise in Indonesia. 5,136 people are infected, hospitalized 4,221, and 469 people have died from COVID-19 related causes. Governors in several parts of Indonesia have ordered some measure of limitation on mobility—closing of schools, elimination of public gatherings or limitations on their size. Most places of both formal and informal employment are closed. Urban areas, particularly the greater Jakarta metropolitan area, are now home to hundreds of thousands of individuals, some with families who are ill housed, unemployed, and running out of money for the daily expenses of food and housing. Most of them migrated to the city before COVID-19 turned our lives upside down looking for a better life and prepared to work hard to achieve that.