As many as 28 of 61 Children-Friendly Integrated Public Spaces (RPTRA)s in South Jakarta have reopened to public. But, only two of many facilities in RPTRAs that can be used, namely reflexology park and jogging track.
" Number of visitors is also limited only 50 percent of capacity with age from 9 to under 60 years old"
South Jakarta Empowerment, Children Protection, and Population Control (PPAPP) Sub-agency Head, Fathur Rohim conveyed, his side is still implementing strict health protocols in RPTRA areas to prevent COVID-19 transmission.
"We apply strict health protocols. Number of visitors is also limited only 50 percent of capacity with age from 9 to under 60 years old," he explained, Friday (10/23).
His side can't reopen the other 33 RPTRAs in 8 sub-districts because those areas are in the COVID-19 red zones.
In details, 8 RTPRAs are located in Pesanggrahan, 2 RPTRAs in Kebayoran Baru, 2 RPTRAs in Tebet, 1 RPTRA in Mampang Prapatan, 7 RPTRAs in Cilandak, 5 RPTRAs in Pasar Minggu, 7 RPTRAs in Jagakarsa, and 1 RPTRA in Setiabudi.
"33 RPTRAs which are currently closed to public may be opened immediately if the areas have been declared safe from COVID-19," he asserted.