“We decided to impose tight social distancing [in Java and Bali], as both provinces met all four requirements for the policy. These include occupancy rates of more than 70 percent occupancy rates in Jakarta, Banten and West Java for the ICU and isolation wards,” said Airlangga.
“The second criteria is the number of active cases, which is 14 percent higher than the national average, a death rate that is higher than the national average by three percent, and a recovery rate that is 14 percent less than the national average.”
Airlangga noted that offices and schools will work from home 75 percent of the time, while those sectors dealing with public services are 100 percent open. “Shopping centers should open until 7 pm, while eateries can only seat 35 percent of diners,” he said.
“On the other hand, construction sites will be 100 percent open, while houses of worship can only be filled to 50 percent capacity. Hours for public transport will be determined, while public or cultural events will not be allowed until further notice.
(Writers : Dian Erika Nugraheny, Mutia Fauzia | Editors: Dani Prabowo, Bambang P. Jatmiko)
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