Tourist Attractions in the Covid-19 Red and Orange Zones Must be Closed During Eid Holidays
Spokesperson for the Covid-19 Handling Task Force, Wiku Adisasmito, emphasized that tourist attractions in the red and orange Covid-19 zones are ...
This policy was decided in a limited meeting of the President with a number of ministers, Monday (5/10/2021). This step was taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
"The limited meeting yesterday also decided that all tourist attractions in the red and orange zones will be closed," Wiku said in a press conference broadcast by the Presidential Secretariat YouTube, Tuesday (11/5/2021).
However, there are restrictions on operating hours and the number of visitors to 50 percent of capacity.
Wiku also asked the management of tourist attractions to comply with these rules.
He also reminded that visitors to tourist sites must be disciplined in implementing health protocols, starting from wearing masks, washing hands diligently, maintaining distance, and preventing crowds.
In the previous press conference, Wiku said that tourism activities were still allowed during the period of the Eid homecoming ban, May 6-17, 2021.
However, the community is only allowed to travel in the regency / city of origin of domicile, or in one agglomeration area.
Wiku ensures that cross-border travel during the Lebaran homecoming prohibition isn't allowed, except for logistics distribution service vehicles, or those with urgent needs for non-homecoming purposes.
Therefore, traveling outside the domicile or agglomeration area isn't allowed. (*)
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