Starting Today, Batam Residents Who Don't Wear Masks will be Fined Rp. 250,000
Mayor Regulation (Perwako) Number 49 of 2020, which was officially signed by the Mayor of Batam, Tuesday (9/1/2020), starting today, Wednesday is...
Editor: Lia Sisvita Dinatri
TRIBUNBATAM.id - Mayor Regulation (Perwako) Number 49 of 2020, which was officially signed by the Mayor of Batam, Tuesday (9/1/2020), starting today, Wednesday (9/9/2020) is officially implemented.
This is done after the Batam City Government has conducted socialization related to these rules for approximately one week in order to improve health protocols, both to the community, to business actors and industrial estates and offices.
Regional Secretary (Sekda) of Batam City, Jefridin Hamid said, later, the Batam Covid-19 Handling Task Force team will conduct patrols, if found violators of health protocols, they will immediately be given sanctions.
Sanction of IDR 250,000
Sanctions in the form of fines for individuals will be subject to sanctions of IDR 250,000.
Meanwhile, for a group or business entity, it starts from IDR 500,000 - IDR 1 million, according to the classification of the business entity.
"This is done solely for the safety of all of us. So, apply health protocols so you don't get sanctioned, ”said Jefriden.
Previously, the Perwako which was signed on Tuesday (1/9/2020) obliged all parties to implement health protocols such as wearing masks, maintaining distance, and washing hands with soap and running water.
All of that aims to prevent and minimize the risk of contracting Covid-19. Through this regulation, there will also be sanctions in the form of reprimands, fines, and two hours of social work for offenders.
Individuals are obliged to use personal protective equipment in the form of masks covering the nose and mouth to the chin if they have to leave the house or interact with other people.
Meanwhile, business actors, managers, organizers, or people in charge of public places and facilities are required to socialize and educate the understanding and understanding of the prevention and control of Covid-19.
Business actors must also provide facilities for washing hands that are easily accessible, monitor everyone who is active, strive to regulate distances, clean and disinfect the environment on a regular basis, enforce risky community discipline and facilitate early detection of case handling to anticipate the spread of Covid-19. (*)
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