The Flow of People In And Out Will Be Restricted

Jakarta

Policy Emergency PPKM is being finalized. Deputy governor of DKI Jakarta, Ahmad Riza Patria, said that there would be restrictions on the flow of people in and out of Jakarta Emergency PPKM.

“Then operating hours are also accelerated from the previous 10, 21, 8 and so on and also the flow of people and goods is limited plus tightening requirements, such as PCR vaccines and others,” said Riza at DKI Jakarta City Hall, Jl Medan Merdeka Selatan, Central Jakarta, Wednesday (30/6/2021).

“What is certain is that there are tightening in many sectors or aspects or fields, the previous capacity. For example, the 50 percent could be 25 percent, even the 25 percent could be 0 percent,” he explained. Not only that, Riza said several essential and non-essential sectors were also tightened. Both capacity and operating hours.

Riza ensured that the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government would follow the directions of the central government regarding the implementation of this policy. He hopes that the implementation of an emergency PPKM can overcome the surge in COVID-19 cases in the capital city.

“Our time must be used as well as possible so that there is no further increase, the number is already very high, very significant, even in DKI Jakarta the beds have reached 93 percent, the ICU has reached 92 percent, some hospitals are also full. obedient and disciplined.

As is known, the government will implement the implementation of emergency community activity restrictions (PPKM) throughout Java-Bali. The implementation of this emergency PPKM is proposed to take effect on 3-20 July 2021.

Based on the document entitled ‘Government Intervention in Handling Covid19’, there are 15 points of rules that will be applied during the emergency PPKM. The government targets a decrease in additional COVID-19 cases during implementation Emergency PPKM.

“Emergency PPKM Implementation Period: 3-20 July 2021 with a target to decrease the addition of detikcom daily confirmation cases, Wednesday (30/6/2021).

Of the 15 points proposed, one of them is related to office operations. Where as long as the emergency PPKM is in effect, all office activities, except non-essential ones, must be carried out from home or from home work from home (WFH).

“100% Work from Home for the non-essential sector,” reads one of the points.

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