Tourism sector in Thousand Islands which includes marine tourism, homestay, resort, restaurant, has reopened since the re-enactment of Transitional Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) on Monday (10/12), while implementing health protocols.
" It is important to implement and comply with health protocols"
Thousand Islands Tourism and Creative Economy (Parekraf) Sub-agency Head, Puji Astuti stated, the reopening of tourism sector in Thousand Islands is in line with Jakarta Governor's Decree No. 1020/2020 concerning PSBB Enforcement During Transitional Period Towards a Healthy, Safe, and Productive Society.
"It is important to implement and comply with health protocols. We want to improve Thousand Islands' economy, especially from tourism sector, and protect local residents and tourists from being exposed to COVID-19," he mentioned, Tuesday (10/13).
Thus, her side will ensure health protocols to be carried out well, especially in homestays and resorts, where those locations must require visitors and employees to wear masks, wash hands with soap, maintain physical distance, and provide hand washing facilities, thermal guns, and fill only 50% of the capacity.
"This policy should be carried out by all residents, tourists, and tour service providers," she conveyed.