Anies Baswedan issued Pergub Number 79 of 2020 concerning the Implementation of Discipline and Law Enforcement of Health Protocols as Efforts and Control of Covid-19.
DKI Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has started to impose progressive fines on people, business actors, and people in charge of public facilities who have repeatedly violated the Covid-19 health protocol. The policy is based on Governor Regulation Number 79 of 2020 concerning the Implementation of Discipline and Law Enforcement of Health Protocols as Efforts and Control of Covid-19. One of them is related to the use of masks when on the move outside the home. Based on Article 5, residents
Who do not wear masks will be fined an administrative fee of IDR 250 thousand or for social work cleaning public facilities using vests for one hour. However, if these residents commit repeated violations, they will be subject to heavier sanctions in administrative or social work. “Repeated violations are subject to social work cleaning public facilities by wearing a vest for 120 minutes or an administrative fine of up to Rp. 500 thousand,” Anies said in a Pergub quoted by Liputan6.com, Friday, August 21, 2020.
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If a second violation is found, residents will be subject to a social work fine for cleaning public facilities using a vest for 180 minutes or an administrative fine of not more than IDR 750 thousand. Then, if there are residents who commit violations three times or more, the residents will be subject to social work sanctions for four hours wearing a vest or an administrative fine of IDR 1 million.
“Every time they take action against offenders who do not wear masks outside the home, the Satpol PP records the names, addresses and identification numbers of the offenders, to be included in the database or information system,” he said.
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Until now, the number of positive cases of Covid-19 in Indonesia has increased with the latest data, namely 2,266 people on Thursday, August 20, 2020. So, an accumulative total of 147,211 people tested positive for Covid-19. Meanwhile, 2,017 people were declared cured.