Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The government has re-issued regulations to suppress community mobility during the Covid-19 pandemic. This rule is regarding the Prevention and Control of Covid-19 during the Implementation of Christmas Day on December 25, 2021 and New Year’s Holiday on January 1, 2022 during the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
The rules contained in the Minister of Home Affairs Number 62 of 2021 technically regulate from health protocols to the prohibition of leave.
“Prohibition of leave for State Civil Apparatus (ASN), Indonesian National Army (TNI), Indonesian National Police (POLRI), State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) and private employees during the Nataru holiday period,” explained the Minister of Home Affairs, quoted on Saturday (27/27/2020). 11/2021).
Other advice is also given to workers/labourers to postpone taking leave after the Nataru holiday period.
“Further provisions on matters referred to during the Nataru holiday period will be further regulated by the relevant Ministries/technical institutions,” continued the Minister of Home Affairs.
This instruction, which was directed by the government to governors and regents and mayors, also contains the waiver of going home for Nataru to residents and immigrant communities in their territory. As for when there is a violation, sanctions are imposed in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
“The appeal is for the public not to travel, not to return to their hometowns for non-primary/unimportant/non-urgent purposes,” the Minister of Home Affairs wrote.
Meanwhile, for civil servants, the ban is based on the Circular Letter (SE) of the Minister for Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform 26/2021 which was signed by MenPANRB Tjahjo Kumolo. Based on the circular, Civil Servants (PNS) are prohibited from taking trips outside the region from December 24 to January 2, 2022.
In order to ensure the implementation of this circular, the Personnel Development Officials are required to establish technical arrangements and take the necessary steps in the environment of each agency.
The Personnel Training Officials are also required to provide disciplinary punishment to ASN who violate this, in accordance with the provisions of Government Regulation (PP) 94/2021 and PP 49/2018.