Anies Mentioned PSBB Violations Still Happen During the First Phase – DKI Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has extended the period of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB). But before it was extended or during the first phase, he did not deny that there were still many people who did not comply with the PSBB rules.
He said, there are still many people who travel outside the home. In addition, many companies, outside of 11 sectors that can be exempted, are still operating.
As a result, said Anies, the crowd was met at a number of points. This exacerbates the risk of corona virus transmission or Covid-19.
“During these two weeks there are still many among the people who commit non-compliance violations, companies that are still operating, the crowd,” Anies said at City Hall, Central Jakarta, Wednesday (4/22/2020).
Anies said the community must obey the PSBB rules so that the Corona pandemic is quickly over and can resume normal activities. With people who obey the rules, the risk of transmission is getting smaller.
“The more disciplined we are to be at home, reducing outside activities, the less interaction, the less potential for transmission,” he explained.
Therefore, he expressed his appreciation and gratitude to the people who fulfilled this rule well. Anies Mentioned PSBB Violations
“Thank you to all the people of Jakarta and those who have implemented the PSBB in accordance with the provisions,” he said.
It is known, the Governor of DKI Jakarta Anies Baswedan officially extended the period of Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB). PSBB is supposed to end on April 23 at 00.00 WIB.
Unlike before, when Anies imposed the PSBB for two weeks since April 10, this time the former Minister of Education and Culture extended it for 28 days, ie until May 22. tips mudah menang dominoqq
Anies said it had held hearings with infectious disease experts and the Health Service. As a result, the PSBB will be extended.
“We decided to extend the PSBB period, extended by 28 days. This means that the second period of this PSBB starts April 24 until May 22, 2020,” said Anies at City Hall, Central Jakarta