North Jakarta Administration Intensifies Health Protocols Socialization

Reporter : Rezki Apriliya Iskandar | Editor : Nugroho Adibrata | February 23rd, 2021 10:01 PM 22:01 WIB | Dibaca 65 kali
North Jakarta Administration Intensifies Health Protocols Socialization (Foto : Rezki Apriliya Iskandar / Beritajakarta.id)

The North Jakarta administration is cooperating with the Law and Human Rights (HAM) Ministry to socialize COVID-19 health protocols along Jalan Bugis, Kebon Bawang Urban Village, Tanjung Priok.

" We want to increase public awareness to play an active role in implementing the health protocol for preventing COVID in everyday life"

Socialization was done by spreading leaflets containing procedures for implementing the 3M COVID prevention program and distributing 100 free masks to residents and road users.

Law Publication and HAM Sub-division Head, Erwin Djati Kusuma expressed it was conducted to increase community discipline to comply with the COVID-19 prevention program.

"We want to increase public awareness to play an active role in implementing the health protocol for preventing COVID in everyday life," he expressed, Tuesday (2/23).

His party thanked for the collaboration that had been done in an effort to educate North Jakarta residents regarding the implementation of health protocols. Hopefully, it could curb the transmission of COVID in a bid to make North Jakarta region free of COVID-19.

Direct and Indirect Legal Counseling Sub-division Head, Aris Wahyudi added socialization was carried out by distributing leaflets and masks.

"Using a loudspeaker, we urge passers-by to always implement health protocols," he said.

At the same time, Tanjung Priok Sub-district Satpol PP Head, Evita Wahyu Pancawati expressed her appreciation for the participation and cooperation of the related unit in enforcing the COVID prevention program, especially in Tanjung Priok.

"Hopefully residents will be more obedient and aware of the implementation of health protocols, which aims to contain the COVID," he stated.

TOP