Plans to Enter Schools in DKI Jakarta Await Future July Evaluations

“Later after July, we’ll see what the situation looks like,”

DKI Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan stressed that teaching and learning activities (KBM) in DKI Jakarta will still be carried out from home. This was conveyed by Anies in response to information that said the Covid-19 green zone area could hold KBM face-to-face or re-enter school.Therefore, we do not plan to open schools in Jakarta for teaching and learning activities. So we are still planning to hold teaching and learning activities from home. , “Anies said in Jakarta, Tuesday, June 16, 2020.Anies said that the discourse to reactivate KBM activities in schools will only be known after an evaluation in July 2020.Anies asked parents of students to believe in the commitment of the DKI Provincial Government which will always prioritize the safety of residents, especially school children.

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I want parents and the public in Jakarta to be sure that the DKI Jakarta Government prioritizes the safety of its citizens. Number one is safety. For this reason, we always say that it is better to be safe, better to be careful than to regret later on,” he explained.”And I want parents to be calm that the government is working to protect their children,” said Anies.

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Anies Baswedan Invites to Co-Opposite Covid-19.

President’s Burden is Not Small Anies Baswedan invited the community to support each other, work together, not corner, or blame each otherDream – DKI Jakarta Gurbernur, Anies Baswedan invites the people of the capital to support each other and work together in fighting the Corona outbreak that is still growing in Indonesia. Anies also reminded that the tasks assumed by the president and the central government in handling this pandemic were not small.Anies Baswedan’s invitation was conveyed when announcing the enactment of the Transitional Large-Scale Social Limitation (PSBB) policy which will be implemented in Jakarta starting tomorrow (Friday, 5 June 2020).

Plans to Enter
Plans to Enter Schools in DKI Jakarta Await Future July Evaluations

“We set the PSBB in Jakarta extended and set June as a transitional period,” Anies told a Press Conference via Youtube at the Jakarta City Hall, Thursday, June 4, 2020.In the closing words of the press statement, Anies acknowledged that the task carried out by the president and the central government in handling the Covid-19 pandemic was not small. The belief was conveyed in a mirror from his experience in overcoming the plague in the capital.Anies hoped that the residents of the capital city would also give their support and fight together to overcome the Covid-19 outbreak in Indonesia.”The burden on the president, the burden on the central government is not small. The task is not simple. If we all do not support, do not cooperate, this is from our experience in Jakarta, then it is difficult to control co-19,” said Anies.

Although admittedly heavy, Anies realizes that the space for criticism and input from the community to the central and regional governments must still be opened. However, it should be followed by the attitude of uniting together to fight Covid-19.At a time like this, the former cabinet minister of national education, President Joko Widodo’s first cabinet, warned that the struggle against Covid-19 could not succeed if it was filled with mutual blame and cornering. From the experience in Jakarta, it’s time to support, embrace, appreciate each other. Not the time to corner each other, blame each other, this is precisely the time to unite,” concluded Anies. ( Legitimate)

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Anies hoped that the residents of the capital city would also give their support and fight together to overcome the Covid-19 outbreak in Indonesia.”The burden on the president, the burden on the central government is not small. The task is not simple. If we all do not support, do not cooperate, this is from our experience in Jakarta, then it is difficult to control co-19,” said Anies.Although admittedly heavy, Anies realizes that the space for criticism and input from the community to the central and regional governments must still be opened. However, it should be followed by the attitude of uniting together to fight Covid-19.

At a time like this, the former cabinet minister of national education, President Joko Widodo’s first cabinet, warned that the struggle against Covid-19 could not succeed if it was filled with mutual blame and cornering.
From the experience in Jakarta, it’s time to support, embrace, appreciate each other. Not the time to corner each other, blame each other, this is precisely the time to unite,” concluded Anies. ( Legitimate)

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