Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has once again relaxed large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in the capital, starting another transitional phase on Monday despite the more than 1,000 new Covid-19 cases confirmed daily.
“We implemented the emergency brake policy
Anies said that during the new transitional PSBB, businesses that were allowed to open must record each visitor in a physical or digital guest book to assist in contact tracing of positive cases.
The visitor data that must be recorded includes names, phone numbers, identity card numbers (NIK) as well as the time of their visit. The data must be handed over to the Jakarta administration regularly.
Businesses must also prepare a Covid-19 safety plan with further protocols to be regulated by the relevant city agencies.
“Every resident is responsible for participating in efforts to prevent Covid-19 transmission,” Anies said. “If one place is not disciplined, the whole city will bear the consequences.”
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