Improving public compliance with COVID-19 health protocols, Pluit Urban Village Transitional Large-scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) Monitoring Team tightens monitoring in food and drink stalls in Pluit, North Jakarta.
"We also limit its operational hour until 11 PM "
Pluit Urban Village Head, Rosiwan conveyed, number of food and drink stalls in his region lately began to be crowded of visitors. It is feared that it has high potential to spread COVID-19.
"Thus we need to tighten our monitoring. Last night, we have monitored several locations," he said, Thursday (7/16).
According to him, his side still found number of food stalls that were not equipped with soap and hand washing facility. Furthermore, not all stalls arranged its seating according to health protocols in order to maintain safe distance.
His side only warned business owners or managers who haven't implemented COVID-19 health protocols thoroughly. In the future, business owners are required to receive customers maximum 50 percent from normal capacity.
"We also limit its operational hour until 11 PM . All should be implemented to avoid COVID-19 transmission," he asserted.