Implementation of Large-Scale Social Restrictions Phase II

15 Sep 2020 / Jakarta, Indonesia

DKI Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has decided to reimpose volume two of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) for handling COVID-19, for two weeks from yesterday (Monday 14 September) to 27 September.

This includes the following 17 new rules:

  1. Odd-even system for vehicles is eliminated.
  2. Cars are only allowed to carry a maximum of two people per line, unless domiciled at the same address.
  3. Maximum capacity of public transportation and taxis is 50%, and the operating time of public transportation is limited.
  4. Online motorcycle taxis are allowed to operate.
  5. Entry and exit permit to enter/exit Jakarta (SIKM) is not enforced.
  6. Motor vehicle free day (HBKB) or CFD is eliminated.
  7. As many as 11 business sectors, representative offices of foreign countries, international organisations, State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) / Regional Owned Enterprises (BUMD) participating in the handling of COVID-19, and community organisations engaged in disasters may operate by limiting the number of employees to a maximum of 50%.
  8. Central and local government offices or agencies limit the number of employees to a maximum of 25%.
  9. Markets and malls may operate with a maximum visitor capacity of 50%.
  10. Entertainment venues, recreation areas, city parks, and Child-Friendly Integrated Public Space (RPTRA) are closed.
  11. Wedding receptions, weddings are only held at the KUA or civil registry office.
  12. Public sports facilities are closed, sports are only allowed to be done independently at home.
  13. Schools are closed, teaching and learning activities are carried out online.
  14. Places of worship in the red zone are closed, only places of worship in settlements can be opened with a maximum visitor capacity of 50%.
  15. All public facilities are closed.
  16. Self-isolation is eliminated, COVID-19 patients who refuse to be isolated independently in designated places will be forcibly picked up.
  17. Restaurants and cafes may only serve delivery orders, not dine-in.

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