Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan was directly monitoring the PSBB transition period in the Kendal Tunnel, Central Jakarta, on Monday (6/8) morning. He said, all health protocols would be ensured to run well and be obeyed by the community.
Alhamdulillah, we can see now around 100 percent of public transport passengers have used masks
"Coronavirus in Jakarta is not over yet, but we know that this is a transition period in which some sectors have begun to be active, like offices. They must obey the health protocol, using masks anywhere and anytime. Alhamdulillah, we can see now around 100 percent of public transport passengers have used masks," he expressed, as quoted by Jakarta PPID's press release.
He stressed those who do not wear masks will be fined Rp 250,000. This is done to curb coronavirus transmission together in Jakarta.
"Thus far, the number of public transport passengers is not so crowded, as most use private vehicles," he explained.
Regarding the regulation of the two waves of employee working hours by all offices in Jakarta, his party would monitor the data comprehensively, such as the number of vehicles and public transport passengers entering Jakarta.
"We'll monitor them all through our team, Satpol PP in each office. As you can see today, traffic flow this morning doesn't pile up. Hopefully this is a sign that offices have followed the applicable rules, but we keep monitoring them," he closed.