PPKM Level 4 Extended, Governor Anies Reminds Residents to Stay Alert

Selasa, 27 Juli 2021 20:42 Yudha Peta Ogara 478

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As reported earlier, the Government announced on Sunday that the public activity restrictions (PPKM) Level 4 would be continued from July 26 to August 2. It is listed in the Governor Decree number 93/2021 on PPKM Level 4 and the Home Ministry Instruction number 24/2021 on PPKM Level 3 and 4 in Java and Bali.

Don't be pessimistic, we can together reduce the level of emergency in Jakarta

Jakarta Governor, Anies Baswedan, reminded the public not to be careless and remain vigilant against the transmission of Covid-19, despite active cases in Jakarta dropped in several other parameters. To maintain it, they had to implement the health protocol and take part in vaccination, as it was capable of curbing the risk of severity and death from Covid-19.

"Don't be pessimistic, we can together reduce the level of emergency in Jakarta. So stay disciplined in applying health protocols," he expressed, as quoted by Jakarta PPID's press release, Tuesday (7/27).

As for the information, the implementation of the Covid-19 health protocol and its sanction listed in the Governor Decree is in accordance with Gubernatorial Regulation number 3/2021 on the Implementing Bylaw number 2/2020 on Prevention of Covid-19.

Here are types of restrictions applied during PPKM Level 4:

1. Activities at work/office

- Non-essential sectors:

100% Work From Home (WFH)

- The essential sectors of finance and banking only include insurance, banks, pawnshops, pension funds, and financial institutions that are oriented to physical services with customers:

a. 50% Work From Office (WFO) is for locations related to public services under stricter health protocols; and

b. 25% WFO is for office administration services to support operations under stricter health protocols

- Essential sectors:

a. Capital market (which is oriented towards customer service and the good operation of the capital market)

b. Information and communication technology includes cellular operators, data centers, internet, postal services, media related to the dissemination of information to the public

c. Hotels with non-treatment of Covid-19: 50% WFO is applied under stricter health protocols

- Essential sectors of export orientation industry where the company must show proof of sample documents for Export Declaration of Goods (PEB) for the last 12 months or other documents showing export plans and are required to have an Operational Permit and Mobility of Industrial Activities (IOMKI):

a. 50% WFO is applied only in production facilities/factories under stricter implementation of health protocols; and

b. 10% WFO is for office administration services to support operations under stricter health protocols

- 25% WFO is for essential sectors in the government sector that provide public services that cannot be delayed, with stricter health protocols

- Critical sectors:

a. Health; and b. security and order:

They must be 100% WFO under stricter health protocols

- Critical sectors:

a. Disaster management; b. energy; c. logistics, transportation, and distribution, especially for the basic needs of the community; d. food and drink and e. its supports, including for livestock/pets; f. fertilizers and petrochemicals; g. cement and building materials; h. national vital object, i. national strategic projects; j. construction (public infrastructure); and K. basic utilities (electricity, water, and waste management):

a.100% WFO is for production/construction facilities/services to the community, with stricter implementation of health protocols; and

b. 25% WFO is for office administration services to support operations under stricter health protocols

2. Teaching and Learning Activities

- School/College/Academy/Education/Training Place:

Must be online.

3. Activities in the Daily Needs Sector

a. Supermarkets, traditional markets, and people's markets that sell daily necessities: Only open until 8 PM with 50% visitor capacity, under stricter health protocols, especially for main markets can operate according to operating hours

b. Traditional markets: Only open until 3 PM with 50% visitor capacity, under stricter health protocols, especially for wholesale markets that can operate according to operating hours

c. Pharmacies and drug stores: Open for 24 hours, under stricter health protocols

d. Street vendors, grocery stores, voucher agents/outlets, babershops/barbershops, laundry, hawkers, small workshops, vehicle washes and others like: Only open until 8 PM, under stricter health protocols

4. Eating/Drinking Activities in Public Places

a. Food stalls/warteg, street vendors, hawker stalls and the like: Only open until 8 PM with a maximum of 3 visitors and a maximum meal time of 20 minutes under stricter health protocols

b. Restaurants and cafes located in closed buildings/shops, either in separate locations or in shopping centers/malls: Only welcoming delivery/take away and do not accept dine-in

5. Activities at Shopping Centers/Malls/Trade Centers

- Shopping center/mall/trade center: Temporarily closed, except for access for store employees who serve online sales with a maximum of 3 visitors per shop, restaurant, supermarket, and supermarket can be allowed, subject to the activity provisions in item 3. a and the number 4.b

6. Construction Activities

- Construction sites for public infrastructure (construction sites and project sites):

Operating 100% with operating hours, capacity settings, under stricter health protocols

7. Worship Activities

- Places of worship (mosques, prayer rooms, churches, temples, and pagodas and other places that function as places of worship):

a. No congregational worship/religious activities during PPKM Level 4; and

b. Optimizing the implementation of worship at home

8. Activities at Health Service Facilities

- Health care facilities: Operating 100%, under stricter health protocols

9. Activities in Public Areas and Other Places that trigger Crowds

- Public areas, public parks, public tourist attractions and other public areas: Temporarily closed

- Wedding Reception Venue: Temporarily suspended

- Locations for arts, culture, sports facilities, and social activities that can cause crowds and crowds: Temporarily closed

10. Activities on the Mode of Transportation

- Public Vehicles, Mass Transportation, Taxis (Conventional and Online) and Rental Vehicles: Maximum 50% passengers of capacity, under stricter health protocols

- Ojek (Online and Pool): 100% passengers of capacity, under stricter health protocols