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July 2, 2020, 11.23 PM

The Bali provincial government has formed a special task force to bring down the number of Covid-19 infections in traditional markets.

These markets are managed by the government and local village heads.

Chairman of Bali’s Covid-19 Task Force Dewa Made Indra shared that the special task force combines members of the Indonesian Army, National Police, traditional villages, and the province’s Industry and Trade Agency.

The objective is to monitor and discipline the market’s vendors and visitors in implementing the health protocols.

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Part of its job is to educate the public about Covid-19 health protocols.

The goal is to break the chain of transmission in the island’s traditional markets.

Dewa expressed the difficulties in enforcing the health protocols, but also the urgency given that Bali’s traditional markets are dominated by older women who are categorized under vulnerable groups. 

(Writer: Bali Contributor, Imam Rosidin | Editor: Robertus Belarminus, Dheri Agriesta) 


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