The Kalideres Terminal, West Jakarta implements the New COVID-19 restrictions in Java and Bali called PPKM, enforcing 50 percent of the capacity of the number of bus passengers.
" The results of the survey at Kalideres Terminal show that people are aware that they are maintaining physical distancing, wearing masks and washing their hands"
Jakarta Transportation Agency (Dishub) Head Syafrin Liputo said this policy aimed at passenger and individual transportation that would start from January 11 to 25 and terminal would operate from 5 AM to 8 PM.
"The results of the survey at Kalideres Terminal show that people are aware that they are maintaining physical distancing, wearing masks and washing their hands," he said, Thursday (1/14).
Kalideres Terminal Head Revi Zulkarnaen expressed, since Christmas and New Year holidays, the Jakarta administration received 50 antigen rapid test kits from the Ministry of Transportation.
Then now, his party again received the same 500 tools.
Aside that, the Terminal Technical Management Unit (UPT) and the agency made collaboration with clinics to provide paid antigen rapid tests ranging from Rp 85,000 to 150,000.
"We work with the Puskesmas and the West Jakarta Health Sub-agency to hold a rapid test," he told.
His party also sent joint personnel of Satpol PP, army and police divided into three shifts. The first shift, 30 personnel would be on standby at 7 AM to 1 PM, second shift 30 personnel at 1 PM to 7 PM and third shift 10 personnel at 7 PM to 7 AM.
"Currently, the number of passengers is only about 20 percent and all of them have implemented health protocols," he stated.