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Frequently asked questions about COVID-19.

Basic Information of COVID-19

Coronavirus is a large family of viruses that cause disease in humans and animals. Humans usually cause respiratory infections, from the common cold to serious illnesses such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). A new type of coronavirus was discovered in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, later named Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-COV2), and caused Coronavirus Disease-2019 (COVID-19).

Symptoms of COVID-19 as follows:

  • Fever ≥ 38°C
  • Dry cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Pain in the throat/swallow

If there are people who, within 14 days before the symptoms appear, have traveled to an infected country or have treated/had close contact with a COVID-19 suspect or patient, then that person will be examined through further laboratory examinations to confirm the diagnosis.

If the aforementioned symptoms are present AND you have traveled to a COVID-19 infected country or was exposed to a COVID-19 positive patient, contact the Jakarta Provincial Department of Health's COVID-19 Hotline at 112 via phone call, 081 112 112 112 or 081 388 376 955 via WhatsApp to receive further instructions.

Person Under Monitoring (ODP) is a person with fever (≥38°C) or history of fever; or Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URTI) WITHOUT pneumonia AND in the last 14 days before symptoms develop, meet one of the following criteria: “have traveled to or stayed in a country/territory which has reported local transmission of COVID-19” or “have traveled to or lived in Indonesian regions where local transmission has been reported”.

Patient Under Supervision is someone with an Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI), i.e., fever (≥38°C) or a history of fever; accompanied by one of the symptoms/signs of Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URTI) such as coughing/shortness of breath/sore throat/runny nose/mild to severe pneumonia AND no other cause based on a convincing clinical observation AND in the last 14 days before symptoms appear, meet one of the following criteria: “have traveled or stayed in a country which has reported local transmission of COVID-19” or “have traveled to or lived in Indonesian regions where local transmission has been reported”.;

or

a person with fever (≥38°C) or a history of fever or ARI AND in the last 14 days before symptoms appear has a history of contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19;

or

a person with severe ARI/severe pneumonia in a local transmission area in Indonesia who needs treatment in a hospital AND no other cause based on a convincing clinical observation.

Close Contact is a situation where someone has physical contact or is in the same room (within a radius of 1 meter) with a Patient Under Supervision, Suspect, or confirmed case of COVID-19 within two days before a symptom develops up to 14 days after symptoms develop. There are two categories; low-risk close contact if someone is in contact with a Patient Under Supervision and high-risk close contact if someone is in contact with a confirmed or suspected patient.
Like other respiratory ailments, COVID-19 can cause mild symptoms, including colds, sore throat, cough, and fever. About 80% of cases can recover without the need for specialized care. About 1 out of every 6 people may suffer severe pain, such as pneumonia or shortness of breath, which usually occurs gradually. Although the death rate is still quite low, older people as well as people with preexisting medical conditions (such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease) tend to be more vulnerable to more severe complications. People who have a fever, cough, and have shortness of breath should immediately get medical help.

It is still uncertain how long COVID-19 can stay on the surface of an object. However, preliminary studies show that COVID-19 can last for several hours, depending on the type of surface, temperature, or humidity of the environment.

But a simple disinfectant can kill the virus so that it is impossible to infect people. And getting used to washing hands with soap and water, or alcohol-based hand rubs, and avoiding touching your eyes, mouth, or nose are more effective in protecting yourself.

SARS is a coronavirus that was identified in 2003 and belonged to the same family of COVID-19 but has different types of viruses. The symptoms are similar to COVID-19, but SARS symptoms are more severe. SARS is more deadly but not more infectious than COVID-19.
There are no restrictions on operating hours, taxis, bajaj and online transportation. Can still operate 24 hours.
Restrictions on motorbikes are divided into 2 types: online motorbikes and private motorbikes. Online motorbikes are only for goods/food/beverage delivery services. Must not carry passengers. Private motorbikes may carry passengers but must have the same residential address as evidenced by an ID Card.
It is possible, by continuing to implement physical distancing in its operations including when carrying out loading and unloading activities.

COVID-19 Transmission

A person can get infected from the carrier of coronavirus or a person who has tested positive for COVID-19. This disease can spread through small droplets from the nose or mouth when coughing or sneezing. The droplet then falls on the surrounding objects. If someone touches an object that has been contaminated with the droplet, then touches their eyes, nose, or mouth, then that person can be infected with COVID-19. Or someone could get infected by accidentally inhaling droplets from the infected person. Therefore, it is crucial to wear a mask and keep a safe distance of about one meter from others.

To this day, experts are still conducting investigations to determine the source of the virus, its type of exposure, and its transmission. Make sure to keep yourself updated with current and accurate sources of information on the development of the disease.

People who live or travel in areas with confirmed transmission of COVID-19 are very likely to be infected. Those infected are people who, within 14 days before symptoms appear, had a travel history to an infected country or who have been in close contact with family members, coworkers, or medical personnel who treat patients before they know they are infected with COVID-19.

Health care workers who treat patients with COVID-19 are at higher risk and must consistently protect themselves with appropriate infection prevention and control procedures.

There is no age limit on people who can be infected by this coronavirus (COVID-19). But older people and people with pre-existing medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, or high blood pressure) tend to be more vulnerable to severe complications.

The transmission of this disease is mainly through small droplets released when a person coughs or sneezes. At present WHO considers that the risk of transmission from someone with no symptoms of COVID-19 is highly unlikely.

However, many people with COVID-19 only experience mild symptoms such as mild coughing, and even barely suffer from any pain, which may occur in the early stages of the disease. Until now, experts are continuing to investigate to determine the transmission period or incubation period of COVID-19. Make sure to keep yourself updated with current and accurate sources of information on the development of the disease.

No. Currently, studies have shown that the virus that causes COVID-19 is transmitted through contact with small droplets and respiratory tracts.
At present, no evidence proves pets such as dogs or cats can get infected with COVID-19. However, it is better to always wash your hands with soap and water after contact with pets. This habit can protect you against various common bacteria such as E.coli and Salmonella, which can move between pets and humans.
A vaccine to prevent COVID-19 infection is in the development/testing phase.
Immediately call Jakarta Provincial Department of Health's COVID-19 Hotline at 112 via phone, 081 112 112 112 or 081 388 376 955 via WhatsApp for further instructions.
Activities outside the home is not advised. Make sure your friend or neighbor is performing self-isolation or call Jakarta Provincial Department of Health's COVID-19 Hotline at 112 via phone, 081 112 112 112 or 081 388 376 955 via WhatsApp for further instructions.
People who receive packages are not at risk of getting the COVID-19. From what we know of previously identified coronaviruses, this type of virus does not last long on inanimate objects, such as letters or packages.
At present, there is no evidence that food could transmit the coronaviruses that cause COVID-19. Viruses such as coronavirus cannot live long outside the human body.
The time between infection and the first symptoms is called the incubation period. Currently, the incubation period for COVID-19 is estimated to be between 1-14 days, and this estimate can change at any time according to case development.

The test for coronavirus can only be done if there is a high probability that you have the disease.

For example if:

  • You have close contact with someone who is positive COVID-19
  • You traveled to a country or region with a high risk of COVID-19 in the last 14 days

In this case, you should call Jakarta Provincial Department of Health's COVID-19 Hotline at 112 via phone, 081 112 112 112 or 081 388 376 955 via WhatsApp for further instructions.

You are not advised to leave your home unless it is an absolute emergency. If you experience symptoms such as fever/cough/cold/sore throat or shortness of breath while outside the home, return to your home immediately, isolate yourself, and call Jakarta Provincial Department of Health's COVID-19 Hotline at 112 via phone, 081 112 112 112 or 081 388 376 955 via WhatsApp for further instructions.

If you become a suspect of COVID-19, Jakarta's COVID-19 Response Team will take several samples to be tested, for example:

  • Mucus from the nose, throat, or lungs; and/or
  • blood

You will also be isolated from other people until the test confirms whether you are negative or positive for COVID-19.

Prevents COVID-19 Transmission

How to prevent corona virus The following simple steps as a basic protection against new corona virus that must be done:

1. Routine hand washing

If previously, you only wash your hands with water then stop the habit. Routinely wash your hands with soap and running water for at least 20 seconds. Make sure you clean your entire hand, including your fingers, between your fingers, and also the tips of your nails.

2. Physical distancing

WHO has officially changed the phrase social distancing to physical distancing. The phrase physical distancing is more appropriate because it is not intended to maintain social distance, but rather to maintain physical distance. Therefore, it is recommended to keep a distance of at least 1 meter from others.

3. Avoid holding your eyes, nose, and mouth

It's not an easy matter to not hold what's on the face because it has become a habit every day for most people

4. When sneezing and coughing,

Don't forget to close Cover using the inner elbow because these areas are rarely touched thus reducing the risk of transmission of the virus. In addition to using your inner elbows, you can also use a tissue but make sure to dispose of the traces immediately in the trash

5. Stay at home

Although you don't feel any symptoms, you can become a carrier and transmit the corona virus to others. When the virus infects people whose immune systems are weak, it can cause Covid-19.

As of now, there is no vaccine to prevent transmission of COVID-19, but you can take some precautionary measures, for example:

  1. Maintaining health and fitness to improve your immune system.
  2. Washing hands using soap and running water or using 70-80% alcohol-based hand rub according to the steps of proper handwashing. Washing your hands thoroughly is easy and inexpensive. And, most of the diseases caused by viruses and bacteria come from the hands. Therefore, maintaining hand hygiene is very important.
  3. When coughing and sneezing, try to keep your surroundings from being infected. Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or creases of the inner elbows (not with your palms) and use a mask.
  4. Avoid contact with other people or travel to public places.
  5. Avoid touching the eyes, nose, and mouth. Hands touch many things that can be contaminated with viruses. If we touch the eyes, nose, and mouth with contaminated hands, the virus can easily enter our body.
  6. Use a mask to cover your mouth and nose when you are outside the home.
  7. Dispose of used paper towels and masks properly in the trash, then wash your hands.
  8. Postpone your trip to the area/country where the COVID-19 case has been found.
  9. Avoid leaving your home unless it is an absolute emergency or when you feel unwell, especially if you suffer from a fever, coughs, and breathing difficulties. Immediately contact the nearest health personnel and request for medical assistance.
  10. Always monitor the progress of COVID-19 from official and accurate sources. Follow the directions and information from the health center and the local Health Department. Information from the right sources can help protect you from the transmission and spread of this disease.
Yes. Although, it is better to use cloth masks (3 layers) as surgical masks are in short supply and are needed by medical personnel.
Yes. You have to wear a mask at all times when leaving your home. It is better to use cloth masks (3 layers) as surgical masks are in short supply and are needed by medical personnel.
You are advised to stay cautious and follow government instructions. Stay home and stay calm. Do your activities and work from your home. Seek out trustworthy and accurate information on the developments around COVID-19 to stay informed on the situation in your area and take appropriate preventive measures.
No. Antibiotics only work to fight bacteria, not viruses. Because COVID-19 is caused by a virus, antibiotics cannot be used as a means of prevention or treatment. However, if you are hospitalized and diagnosed with COVID-19, you may be given antibiotics, because often there are secondary infections caused by bacteria.
Body temperature scanners are considered useful in detecting people with high temperatures that can be caused by a coronavirus. However, this tool cannot identify people who have been infected with COVID-19 but without high-temperature symptoms.

People with COVID-19 and influenza will experience the same respiratory tract symptoms, such as fever, cough, and runny nose. Although the symptoms are the same, the causes of the virus are different, so it is difficult for us to identify each of these diseases.

Accurate medical examination with laboratory examination reference is needed to confirm whether someone is infected with COVID-19. For anyone who has a fever, cough, and shortness of breath, we encourage you to seek treatment immediately. Notify health workers about your travel history to an affected country/area in the last 14 days before symptoms appear, or if you have been in close contact with someone who is suffering symptoms of respiratory tract infections.

COVID-19 Cases

WHO has been closely monitoring the current situation and regularly publishes information about this disease. For more information about this disease, please visit https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019 or https://infeksiemerging.kemkes.go.id/category/situasi-infection-emerging/info-corona-virus
You can see information about ODP and PDP as well as COVID-19 positive cases on the portal of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia at https://infeksiemerging.kemkes.go.id or at https://corona.jakarta.go.id/data for COVID-19 cases in DKI Jakarta.
The development situation of COVID-19 in Indonesia can be monitored through the website https://infeksiemerging.kemkes.go.id or https://corona.jakarta.go.id/data for developments in Jakarta.
For the current condition, a person can not yet be given a COVID-19 statement letter, because we never know whether they have been in contact with someone with COVID-19.

Since March 5, 2020, Indonesia has imposed restrictions on travel to China in the form of temporary suspension of flights to and from China.
On March 5, 2020, Indonesia also imposed a ban on transit or entry into Indonesia for travelers who within 14 days previously came from the following regions:

  • Iran: Tehran, Qom, Gilan
  • Italy: Territories of Lombardi, Veneto, Emilia Romagna, Marche, and Piedmont
  • South Korea: Daegu City and Gyeongsangbuk-do Province.

Information about the IEC media or the situation of the development of COVID-19 is available on:

Hello Kemenkes: 1500567
Emergency Operation Center (EOC) Hotline: 119 or (021) 521 0411 or 0812 1212 3119

Twitter: @KemenkesRI
Facebook: @KementerianKesehatanRI
Instagram: @kemenkes_ri
Website: www.who.int, www.infeksiemerging.kemkes.go.id, www.sehatnegeriku.kemkes.go.id

COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid

The COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program is a social assistance program for citizens/communities in DKI Jakarta Province who are vulnerable to being affected in fulfilling their basic needs during the implementation of the large-scale social restriction (PSBB). This social aid is distributed in the form of staple food items and/or other direct assistance, the distribution mechanism is regulated according to the provisions.
The COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program aims to encourage all levels of society, especially for those affected in fulfilling their basic needs, to take part in implementing the PSBB in the effort to prevent the COVID-19 outbreak in DKI Jakarta Province.

The recipients of the COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program are targeted at 1.2 million poor and vulnerable families living in DKI Jakarta Province. Data includes:

  1. Existing Jakarta Social Aid Recipients (including cheap food, KJP, KLJ, disability and PKD children)
  2. Integrated Social Welfare Data from the Department of Social Affairs and Ministry of Social Affairs
  3. Data on workers affected by COVID-19 by the Manpower Office

The recipients of the COVID-19 social aid program are families as in point 3 plus families who earn less than Rp 5 million per month and experience one of the impacts below:

List of recipients of the COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program includes families who have:

  1. a reduction or lack of salary due to job termination;
  2. business closure/unable to sell goods; and
  3. revenue/turnover decreases dramatically due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To find out the list of recipient names, residents can contact their local Head of Hamlet (Rukun Warga).
Families that have been registered as recipients of the COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program but have yet to receive assistance can report to the local Hamlet (RW) to fill the report form which will be followed up in accordance with the provisions.
  1. For families who live in Jakarta and meet the criteria (see no. 4), but their name is not registered, then they can immediately report to the local Hamlet (RW) to fill the application form for Social Assistance for the COVID-19 PSBB, and also must attach a letter of Job Termination (PHK) from the company for those who are laid off.
  2. For families who live in Jakarta and meet the criteria, but do not have an Identity Card of DKI Jakarta (KTP), they can immediately report to the local Hamlet (RW) to fill the application form for Social Assistance for the COVID-19 PSBB and must attach a letter of domicile from the local head of neighborhood (RT), and also must attach a letter of Job Termination (PHK) from the company for those who are laid off.
Families who feel that they do not meet the recipient's criteria but are registered as recipients of the COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program can report to the local Hamlet (RW) to be updated in the database, and to facilitate the return of aid in accordance with applicable regulations.

Each recipient family of the COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program will receive 1 (one) aid package containing food commodities, personal hygiene kits and masks that are tightly packed for hygiene. The composition of food commodities given attention to the fulfillment of the average daily calories. There is no cash assistance. The complete composition of the DKI Jakarta Province PSBB COVID-19 Social Assistance Package consists of:

  1. 5 kg rice (1 sack);
  2. Protein food ingredients (2 cans);
  3. Biscuits (2 packs);
  4. 0.9 liters of cooking oil (1 pack);
  5. Bar soap (2 pieces); and
  6. Cloth masks (2 pieces).
The distribution of the COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid is delivered to the address of the recipient's residence. The Head of Hamlet (Ketua RW) will verify the recipient data and send it directly to the door of the recipient's house with the protocol for applying physical distance.
The distribution of social aid is carried out on a scheduled basis from 9 to 24 April 2020. Details of the distribution schedule and location are published on the official channels of the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta.
The mechanism for distributing social aid has been arranged according to schedule to avoid crowds of residents. The distributed social aid is directly delivered to residents' houses. So that residents do not need to gather to take the aid, in order to minimize the potential transmission of COVID-19. The Mayor, Sub-District Head, Village Head and the Head of Hamlet (RW) will oversee the process of distributing social assistance and collaborate with the TNI and Polri in security and order, including disciplining the community in applying rules when outside the home (wearing masks and physical distancing) during this process until it is finished.
Questions, complaints or suspected deviations regarding the distribution of assistance to the Social Aid Program of the COVID-19 PSBB can be submitted through the Jakarta Social Service Office call center via telephone number: (021) 426 5115, cellular number 082 111 420 717 and 087 777 065 202, and 14 The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government's Official Complaints Channels that have been integrated with the Cepat Respon Masyarakat (CRM) with priority on online-based complaint services, namely: JAKI App (Jakarta Kini), Twitter account @DKIJakarta, Facebook account of the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government, Email: dki@jakarta.go.id, Governor's Social Media Account, SMS 081 112 722 06, Jakarta.go.id Website, QLUE App, REPORT 1708.
In the process of organizing the COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program, the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta has implemented a data collection mechanism (data collection, verification and data validation) in accordance with applicable regulations. Provision of public information related to the list of recipients of social assistance will follow the rules and mechanisms that apply in accordance with the mandate of RI Law No. 14 of 2008 concerning Public Information Openness. Information regarding the list of recipients of social assistance can be accessed by the public through a mechanism for requesting public information by excluding data related to the personal information of recipients of social assistance or other excluded information according to the Public Information Disclosure Act.
The COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program originates from the reallocation of the DKI Jakarta APBD budget.

The COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program is a program of the Jakarta Provincial Government whose form, schedule and mechanism of aid distribution have been mentioned in points 9, 10, and 11. The COVID-19 PSBB Social Aid Program is sourced from the Jakarta APBD and separate funding sources from the Social Assistance Program planned by the Central Government.

The Provincial Government of Jakarta supports the Social Assistance Program to be implemented by the Central Government so that it can be carried out effectively and reduce the burden on the poor and vulnerable people who live in the Jakarta area during the implementation of the large-scale social restriction (PSBB).

Construction Project During PSBB

No, construction activities are included in the category of activities that are excluded from being stopped temporarily in the implementation of the PSBB as stipulated in Pergub No. 33 of 2020 concerning Implementation of Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) to Prevent The Spread of COVID-19 in Jakarta Province in Article 10 paragraph 1 letter d point 8, but the project owner/leader has several obligations to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The owner/leader of the construction project must ensure that workers' activities are limited within the project area, but they must:

  1. appoint the person responsible for implementing COVID-19 prevention in the project area;
  2. limit the interactions and activities of workers only within the project area;
  3. providing shelter and daily needs for all workers while in the project area;
  4. providing health rooms in the workplace which are equipped with adequate health facilities;
  5. deliver explanations, suggestions, campaigns, promotion of COVID-19 prevention measure in every K3 morning briefing or during safety morning talk; and
  6. conduct periodic monitoring of the health of workers while in the project area.
It is recommended that construction projects be temporarily suspended to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Work implementation arrangements in the project area to anticipate the spread of COVID-19, namely:

  1. implement clean and healthy living behaviors that are integrated with the K3 program and provide and require the use of hand washing facilities, hand sanitizers, masks, and gloves for workers;
  2. temperature measurement of each person entering the project site;
  3. setting safe distance (social distancing) between workers at least 1 (one) meter; and
  4. limit the working hours from 08.00 to 16.00 WIB.

If there is a worker/employee who is a patient under surveillance (PDP), then the Construction Projection OwnerLeader should:

  1. Suspend all the work activities in the construction area for at least 14 (fourteen) working days.
  2. Conduct an evacuation and do thorough disinfection in all places, facilities, and work equipment with the assistance of medical personnel and security forces.
No. The owner/leader of the construction project is obligated to provide shelter or space and daily living needs for the workers around the project area.
Yes. Applies to all large, medium, and low scale development activities by performing the obligations to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Yes. Violations of the implementation of this PSBB will be subject to sanctions in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
Yes. Owner/Implementer must report the implementation of the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 at the project site to the Jakarta Provincial Government and the Department of Spatial Planning and Land Management of the Jakarta Provincial Government via email dinas_cktrp@jakarta.go.id.
Yes. The community can actively participate in monitoring the implementation of the PSBB including construction activities and can report the results of the monitoring to the Jakarta Provincial complaint channels which is integrated to the Cepat Respon Masyarakat or other official channels.

Business During PSBB: General

In Governor Regulation No. 33 of 2020, it is stated that the leader of the workplace who makes temporary stopping work activities must maintain the security of the location and the environment around the workplace.
Bring a wet stamp assignment letter and employee ID card.

Business During PSBB: Transportation and Logistic Sector

There are 2 main things, namely distance and time. Distance means the distance between people in a vehicle, with the distance between people, the number of people allowed to be transported is limited, and the time means the operating hours of public transportation services are limited to a certain duration.
By limiting the maximum number of people that can be transported by a vehicle that is a maximum of 50% of the seating capacity of each vehicle.
Restrictions on operating time are only applied to public transportation on routes such as intercity buses, Transjakarta buses, regular city/public transportation buses, KRL, MRT, LRT, and Kepulauan Seribu crossing ships.
ID Cards are not only in the form of KTP, but you may show other ID cards that are listed residential address. The principle is you can prove that you live in the same address.
KTP, SIM, Office ID Card, KK/Family Card.
No.
You may ride public transportation, both Route or Non-Route Public Transportation are still operating.
No. Based on Law Number 22 the Year 2009, motorbikes can only ride one (1) person.
Imposed sanctions in accordance with Law No. 6 of 2018 regarding Health Quarantine, namely imprisonment max. 1 year and/or fined max. Rp100,000,000.
All ranks of Jakarta Provincial Government (Transportation Department, Regional Law Enforcement Troops, etc.) along with all ranks of the TNI and POLRI (National Police).
There are no exceptions. For this reason, the Jakarta Provincial Government has provided special transportation for Hospital Workers with Transjakarta Buses and School Buses.
For now the predetermined period is from 10 to April 23, 2020, and can be extended according to the determination of the PSBB period by the Governor of Jakarta.
Yes. MRT and LRT continue to operate from 06.00 WIB until 18.00 WIB.
Yes. Transjakarta services that are within 13 main corridors continue to operate from 06.00 WIB until 18.00 WIB.
Yes. Public transportation such as large buses, medium buses, and small buses continue to operate from 06.00 WIB until 18.00 WIB.
Yes. bajaj can operate with no limitation on its operational hours.
Two people, consisting of 1 driver and 1 passenger.
Yes. Taxis can operate in Jakarta with no limitation on its operational hours.
For a 2-row taxi, it can carry 3 people, consisting of 1 driver in front and 2 passengers in the back row. While a 3-row taxi can carry 4 people, consisting of 1 driver in front, 2 passengers in the second row, and 1 passenger in the third row.
Yes. The KRL operates from 06.00 WIB to 18.00 WIB.
Yes. You can use the Water Transport service that is operated by the Transportation Department starting at 06.00 WIB until 18.00 WIB. But if there is no urgent need, you should stay at home.

For health workers, Transjakarta provides special services that operate from 05.30 WIB to 23.30 WIB.

Before boarding a bus or entering a bus stop, Hospital Staff and Puskesmas are required to present a Hospital/Puskesmas Employee Card or Work Certificate issued by the Hospital/Puskesmas. The applicable tariff for this service is Rp3,500.

Yes. The transportation infrastructure and supporting facilities continue to operate from 06.00 WIB until 18.00 WIB. Specifically for Transjakarta shelters that provide services to the health personnel will provide additional operating hours starting from 19.30 WIB until 23:30 WIB.

Transjakarta opens 9 Special Routes for Hospital and Puskesmas Personnel departing from the Bodetabek (Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi) satellite zone.

The nine routes will depart from the following 8 locations:

  • TRS1 : Poris Plawad - Juanda
  • TRS2 : Poris Plawad - Blok M
  • TRS3 : BSD - Blok M
  • TRS4 : Cibubur - Blok M
  • TRS5 : Depok - Kampung Melayu
  • TRS6 : Botani Square - Kampung Melayu
  • TRS7 : Summarecon Bekasi - Blok M
  • TRS8 : East Bekasi - Manggarai
  • TRS9 : Bintaro - Blok M

This route will stop at several Transjakarta stops within the corridor, so passengers can get on and off at the shelters to access this service.

Transportation of goods that are permitted to operate is transportation of goods that transport goods meeting basic needs and goods used for activities that are permitted during the implementation of PSBB in Jakarta (Annex 3 of the Decree of the Head of Transportation Department No. 71 of 2020).
No.
Yes, you can.

Yes, but the number of passengers is limited. For four-wheeled online transportation, a 2-row seat can carry 3 people, consisting of 1 driver in front and 2 passengers in the back row.

Whereas the four-wheeled with 3-row seat can carry 4 people, consisting of 1 driver in front, 2 passengers in the second row, and 1 passenger in the third row.

Yes, you can. As long as you have the same address on your ID Card.

Yes, but the number of passengers is limited. For private cars with 2-row seats may carry 3 people, consisting of 1 driver in front and 2 passengers in the second row.

Private cars with 3-row seats can carry 4 people, consisting of 1 driver in front, 2 passengers in the second row, and 1 passenger in the third row.

And for a private car with 4-row seats, it can carry 6 people, consisting of 1 driver in front, 2 passengers in the second row, 1 passenger in the third row and 2 passengers in the fourth row.

You must maintain a safe distance between customers as far as at least 1 (one) arm on the bus or at the bus stop and must use a clean 2-layer cloth mask.
Yes. The maximum number of passengers on a bus is 60 people for articulated buses, 30 people for large buses, and 15 people for medium buses.
Yes. The maximum number of passengers in the Jakarta MRT is 60 people per train.
Yes. The maximum number of passengers in the Jakarta LRT is 30 people per train.
Yes. Small bus services continue to operate from 06.00 WIB until 18.00 WIB.
You can go to https://covid19.transjakarta.co.id.
Yes, EXCEPT goods for fulfilling basic needs and for activities that are permitted during the PSBB period.
Transportation of goods supporting health affairs, food/beverage, energy, communication and information technology, finance, logistics, hospitality, construction, and strategic industries.
Up to 2 people (including drivers) for cars that have 1 (one) row seat; A maximum of 3 (three) people (including drivers) for cars that have 2 (two) rows of seats.
Yes. Mask is obligatory for everyone with no exception.
Cargo, test books and surveillance cards for the transportation of dangerous goods.
Yes.
As long as they meet the operational requirements of freight transportation.
No.
Yes.
No. The number of guests must match the normal capacity of the room. If there are extra beds, the minimum allowable distance is 2 meters between beds.
Yes.

Business During PSBB: Hospitality Sector

  1. If possible, use disposable cleaning materials. Discard all cleaning equipment made of cloth and absorbent material. Or do disinfecting cleaning on non-porous cleaning materials with 0.5% sodium hypochlorite solution or according to the manufacturer's instructions before using it for another room.
  2. Textiles, linen and clothing must be put in specially marked laundry bags, washed in hot temperatures (70 ° C or more) with ordinary detergent. All used goods must be handled appropriately to reduce the risk of transmission.
  3. The use of disinfectants is not suitable for use on telephones, remote control equipment, door handles, buttons in elevators, etc., to clean these items can use 70% alcohol.
  4. Disposable items (hand towels, gloves, masks, tissues) must be placed in containers with a lid and disposed of according to waste management standards.
  5. Disposable items (hand towels, gloves, masks, tissues) must be placed in containers with a lid and disposed of according to waste management standards.
  6. In general, if sick guests only pass or stay for a short time in a corridor or other public area, it does not need to be specifically cleaned and disinfected.
  7. Improved cleaning and disinfection should refer to established SOPs, such as solid waste management, and wearing personal protective equipment (PPE).
Yes, breakfast and food service are allowed and must be delivered to the room. There is no dine-in service in the restaurant, cafe, and bar.
No hotel entertainment services are allowed during PSBB.
No.
Massage services are not permitted during PSBB.
  1. Following recommendations/suggestions issued by the government and authorities.
  2. Disinfect all parts of the hotel.
  3. Hotel Staff Arrangements.
  4. Hotel management must ensure that all hotel staff comply with government directives, the necessary precautions include: washing hands regularly, not touching the mouth, eyes and nose, avoiding crowds by keeping a distance, and sterilizing objects that are often touched in public spaces.
  5. Supervision.
  6. Hotel management must supervise all hotel staff because of the high interactions in the tourism industry, this needs to be watched out for by the health checks of all hotel staff.
  7. Make data recapitulation.
  8. It is recommended to make records (log data) including cleanliness and sterilization (including: date, time of the executing officer).
  1. All staff on duty in the front area are required to wear masks (cloth masks are recommended).
  2. Provides hand sanitizers in the corners of the hotel lobby and security desk.
  3. All guests and employees must be checked for body temperature every morning and wash their hands with soap or hand sanitizer.
  4. If there are guests and employees whose body temperature is above 37.5°C, they are directed to a health facility.
  5. Provides information about COVID 19 and its prevention.
  6. Provides health information that can be accessed by guests.
  7. Make a safe distance marker on the elevator.
  • Reception desk staff must be provided with information about COVID-19, including health facilities.
  • Provide hand sanitizer liquid at the reception desk.
  • Set the reception desk by measuring the safe distance between the receptionist and guests.
  • Mark the queue area with a minimum distance of 1 meter between guests.
  • Inform guests of the precautions taken by hotel management (including medical and pharmaceutical services in the area).
  • Provides a set of emergency medical equipment that contains:
  • disinfectant liquid;
  • mask;
  • disposable gloves;
  • eye protection; and
  • disposable clothes.
  • It is recommended not to place reception staff over 40 years old.
  • Avoid any physical contact with guests (such as shaking hands).
  • The receptionist needs to know which countries are the COVID-19 pandemic areas.
  • Inquire guests' travel history for the previous 14 days.
  1. Inform guests to immediately contact hotel staff if they have symptoms of COVID-19.
  2. The receptionist should ask if guests experience symptoms such as COVID-19 such as: fever, cough or shortness of breath.
  3. Receptionists must wash hands/use hand sanitizer after checking guest documents.
  4. The receptionist is recommended to be able to detect guests who look sick. All guest records are made and reported to hotel management.
  1. All staff in the housekeeping area (cleaning room) are required to wear masks, aprons, and cloth gloves.
  2. All staff in the hotel area (other than rooms) are required to wear masks and gloves.
  3. Provides hand sanitizer around the corner of the hotel (especially in a room frequented by guests).
  4. Ensure availability of soap for washing in public restrooms and rooms.
  5. Clean areas where guests often touch guests (door handles, elevator buttons).
  6. Perform cleaning and disinfection in general areas of the hotel such as: lobby, toilet, hall, corridors, and lifts on a regular basis.
  7. The hygienist should be trained on the use of simple APDs (masks, gloves, hands) and hand hygiene immediately after removing the APD, and when the cleaning and disinfection work is complete.
  8. The hygiene staff should be given training on the use and storage of disinfectant products such as bleach which may be at a higher concentration than usual. Staff should be trained on how to use the bleach and how to rinse it after 10 minutes.
  9. The cleaning staff should be trained in the use of and equipped with personal protective equipment as listed below:
  • gloves;
  • one-piece clothes;
  • shoes closed;
  • if you do a splash procedure (such as when washing the surface), add a waterproof face and apron protector).
  1. The restaurant, breakfast and dining room and bar staff must maintain personal hygiene (washing hands regularly, correct cough ethics, wearing masks) as tight as possible.
  2. Guests are not allowed to eat in the hotel area. Breakfast and food delivery to the room can continue to run. Food must be packaged in a secure, closed packaging during delivery. In-room dining services can remain valid according to the operating hours of each hotel.
  3. Disposable cutlery, including tissue, may not be placed in public areas. The tool can be given directly to guests.
  1. All plates, silverware and glass must be washed and disinfected with a dishwasher (using antiseptic soap/detergent or other antiseptic material), including items that have never been used, because they might have been in contact with the hands of guests or staff.
  2. If for any reason manual washing is required, the usual steps must be followed (washing with soap/antiseptic detergent, rinse), by taking maximum precautions.
  3. Drying tableware must be done using disposable paper towels. Likewise, tablecloths and napkins must be washed in the usual manner.
The table must be arranged so that the distance between chairs in each table must be more than 1 meter and so should the chair that faces one another.
  1. It is recommended to mix antiseptic fluids in places where there is a significant amount of water that guests can visit, such as: a pool, or a spa. The supply of antiseptic fluids should refer to the use of international standards.
  2. Dishwasher and laundry. It is recommended for dishwashers and laundry to be disinfected regularly. In addition, food utensils are also sprayed with antiseptic fluid within safe limits.
  3. Air conditioning. Although COVID-19 does not transmit through the air, it is important to keep an eye on the air conditioning filter and clean it regularly. Also check for air ventilation.
  4. Dispenser (refill tool). Regular inspections to check the function of soap dispensers, towels, hand sanitizers, and hand dryers throughout the hotel. Provides hand sanitizer fluids in places frequented by guests such as lobby areas, restaurants, and toilets.
  1. All hotel staff must strictly adhere to the basic protective measures against COVID-19 recommended by WHO, such as hand hygiene, keep a distance, avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth, cough ethics, and are advised to seek immediate medical help if you feel symptoms COVID-19.
  2. Every restaurant, breakfast and dining room staff, and bar staff must maintain personal hygiene (washing hands regularly, wearing masks, applying the ethics of coughing and sneezing properly) as tightly as possible.
  1. Buffet food is not allowed. Food must be served in safe packaging to be delivered to guests.
  2. Coffee machines, soda machines, and others, especially parts that are more in contact with the user's hand, should be cleaned and disinfected at least after each service and more often.
  1. Guests are informed that dining in restaurants/cafes is not allowed, but room service, takeaway and delivery are still allowed.
  2. Make sure guests keep a minimum distance of 1 meter and wear a mask.
  3. Guests are advised to use the hand sanitizer available in the restaurant/cafe area.
  1. Do a body temperature check at least 2 times a day.
  2. If you are in an unhealthy condition, you should immediately consult a healthcare facility and do not work.
  3. Use a mask at all times.
  4. Apply a cough/sneeze ethic: keep your mouth closed using your upper arm or tissue when coughing or sneezing and immediately throw dirty tissue into the trash. Then wash your hands using soap and water.
  5. Clean the toilet regularly and for toilet users, flush the toilet after use.
  6. Apply personal hygiene (washing hands with soap and water) especially after using the toilet, doing cleaning work and before and after eating.
  7. Use gloves when doing cleaning work and when handling waste.
  8. Avoid touching the face area.
  9. Clean using an antiseptic disinfectant/detergent on the equipment after use.
  10. The layout of the seat or chair with a minimum distance between guests is 1 meter.
  1. Guests are informed that dining and drinking at the bar is not permitted, but room service, takeaway and delivery are still permitted.
  2. Make sure guests keep a minimum distance of 1 meter and wear a mask.
  3. Guests are advised to use the hand sanitizer available in the bar area.
  1. Ensure the cleanliness of the trays and trolleys used.
  2. Use gloves and try to always keep your distance.
  3. It is recommended that dishwashing and laundry equipment be routinely disinfected. Besides, the cutlery is also sprayed with antiseptic liquid within safe limits.
  4. Staff must maintain personal hygiene (washing hands regularly, wearing masks, applying the ethics of coughing and sneezing properly) as tightly as possible.

Transition Period: Sports Sector

In an effort to ensure the safety of sports activities at the time of transition, the community must conduct prevention and control of Covid-19 while carrying out protocols and health orders in accordance with the decision of the Head of the Jakarta Youth and Sports Department.

Prevention and control of the spread of Covid-19 on sports activities in the community are governed by the following conditions:
  • Prioritizing sports that can be done at homes such as cardio, aerobic gymnastics, yoga, and other similar sports to reduce the risk of contracting infected Covid-19
  • Outdoor sports must be carried out in an open space while paying attention to the safe distance as well as complying with the applicable health protocol
  • Avoiding activities that cause crowds
  • Do not do sports activities with direct physical contact such as football, basketball, sports with pairs, martial arts or groups, and other sports
  • Exercise is as reasonable and not excessive as it causes excessive fatigue and reduces endurance that results in increasing the risk of Covid-19 infection.
Further information about the implementation of the protocol in the sports sector can be accessed at:

Decree of the Head of the Jakarta Youth and Sports Department No. 98 of 2020 (download here)

Transition Period: Transportation Sector

Covid-19 prevention in the transportation sector during the transition period includes:
  • transport capacity control for the use of transportation modes for the movement of people and goods;
  • controlling population mobility through prioritizing the use of bicycle and walking transportation;
  • protection of passengers, crew, and means of transportation.
General operating hours in each transportation are set as follows:
  • Transjakarta: 05.00 — 22.00 WIB
  • Angkutan Umum Reguler (Regular Public Transport): 05.00 — 22.00 WIB
  • Moda Raya Terpadu (MRT): 05.00 — 21.00 WIB
  • Lintas Raya Terpadu (LRT): 05.30 — 21.00 W1B
  • Water Transportion: 07.00 — 15.00 WIB
Motorcycle Taxi (Ojek) Operational Protocols
Drivers of two-wheeled transportation (online and regular motorcycle taxi) in transporting passengers must meet the following conditions:
  • use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at least in the form of a mask and provide hand sanitizers;
  • is not permitted to operate in areas designated as strict local control areas;
  • maintain the cleanliness of motorcycles and passenger helmets, by conducting routine disinfection after each passenger transport;
  • begin operations on June 8, 2020;
  • online motorcycle taxi drivers are also required to wear a jacket and helmet with the name of the application company.
  • online transportation application companies are required to apply geofencing arrangements so that two-wheeled transportation drivers (online motorcycle taxi) do not operate in areas designated as strict local control areas.
Passenger Protection
Protection of passengers, crew, and transportation facilities is the responsibility of the operator through:
  • providing hand sanitizers that can be used by passengers when using transportation facilities;
  • providing PPE at least in the form of masks for employees and crew of transportation facilities;
  • disinfecting transportation facilities before and after the operation.

Transition Period: Tourism and Creative Industry Sector

Business Fields that Can Operate during the Transition Period
Based on the Decree of the Head of the Tourism and Creative Economy Office of DKI Jakarta Province, several business fields are divided into operational start dates as follows:
  • From 5 June 2020 - 2 July 2020, outdoor sports facilities may be used with a maximum number of visitors 50%.
  • Starting on June 8, 2020 - June 15, 2020, food and beverage service businesses, both stand-alone and hotel facilities, may carry out dine-in or take-away services, except food and beverage business which is in the Shopping Center / Mall, only take-out messages are allowed.
  • From 8 June 2020 - 2 July 2020, museums and galleries can operate with a total of 50% of business owners, workers and visitors.
  • Starting on June 13, 2020 - July 2, 2020, Beaches or the Thousand Islands can already operate with a total of 50% of business owners, workers, and visitors.
  • From 15 June 2020 - 2 July 2020, shopping centers (malls), food and beverage service businesses that stand-alone both hotel and shopping center facilities (except bars), hair care services (salons/barbershop), can operate with a total of 50% business owners, workers, and visitors.
  • From 20 June 2020 - 2 July 2020, indoor and outdoor recreational parks (except water parks), tourism areas, wildlife parks/zoos, are allowed to operate with a total of 50% of business owners, workers, and visitors.
General Protocols That Must Be Done During The Operating Business Sector
In order to lead a healthy, safe, and productive city of Jakarta, business people, workers, and visitors need to follow the applicable health protocols as follows:

Protocols for Business Actor or Owner
1. The person in charge of the business must fill out, sign and attach the form integrity pact at a location easily seen by guests/visitors;
2. maximizing workers under the age of 45 years, other than that it is advisable to make arrangements for placement and working time for employees who are over 45 years old or have a congenital disease to minimize the risk of transmission;
3. all workers and guests/visitors are obliged to always wear a mask that covers their mouth and nose;
4. public areas and public facilities that are frequently touched such as elevator buttons, door handles, banisters must be cleaned or disinfected every 4 hours;
5. each place of business must provide adequate handwashing facilities that are easily accessible to workers and consumers/business actors. If necessary, attach the location instructions for handwashing facilities;
6. provide special trash can Covid-19 to dispose of personal protective equipment, masks or tissue that has been used;
7. ensure that workers understand the protection against Covid-19 transmission with Clean and Healthy Behavior (PHBS);
8. must check body temperature at the entrance. If workers are found with a temperature of> 37.3 ° C (2 checks with a distance of 5 minutes), no entry is permitted and is required to conduct a health check. Officers for measuring temperature must be equipped with personal protective equipment (masks, gloves, and face shields);
9. to ensure that workers who will come to work in conditions that are not infected by Covid-19, then the party responsible for business must implement the Covid-19 Risk Self Assessment policy;
10. If the line of business provides food for workers, the nutritional intake of food provided needs to be regulated. It is recommended to give workers fruits that contain a lot of vitamin C and vitamin C. supplements. If they do not provide food, then the business actor is obliged to give an appeal regarding this matter to the worker;
11. install information media to remind workers, business people, consumers or visitors to follow the provisions of restrictions on physical distance, washing hands with soap with running water/hand sanitizer, and using masks;
12. optimizing the design and function of the workspace with good air circulation and getting enough sunlight;
13. to maintain worker immunity, business actors need to regulate work time so that it is not too long (overtime);
14. Limitation of physical distance of at least 1 meter needs to be implemented with several steps:
  • provide special markings that are placed on the floor of labor-intensive areas/visitors such as changing rooms, elevators, toilets, cashier areas, customer service areas and other areas as limiting the distance between workers and guests/customers;
  • the number of workers entering needs to be regulated so that physical restrictions are maintained;
  • tables and seats need to be arranged with a minimum distance of 1 meter
15. Make efforts to minimize contact with customers:
  • use a partition/partition (for example flexy glass) on a desk or counter as additional protection for workers (cashiers, customer service etc.);
  • encourage the use of non-cash payment methods (without contact and without joint tools), if they are still carrying out cash transactions, business actors must implement actions deemed necessary to prevent Covid-19 transmission.
16. Preventing crowds of customers, by:
  • set quotas and control the number of employees/customers who can enter the business location to avoid crowds;
  • implementing a queuing system at the entrance and maintaining a minimum distance of 1 meter; online/telephone orders/reservations can be applied to avoid direct contact with customers. If possible, business operators can provide delivery services or take away; implement service hours, in accordance with policies set by the local government in accordance with statutory provisions;
17. assign a special person or team specifically responsible for ensuring the protocol is implemented and supervising;
18. coordinating with agencies dealing with the health and disaster management sectors in the local area;
19. has and implements procedures regarding:
  • handling for guests/consumers/visitors who are suspected of experiencing illness;
  • cleaning and disinfection of places visited by guests/visitors/employees allegedly positive of Covid-19;
  • help contact tracking;
20. document all actions that have been carried out in the context of handling COVID-19. Documents and records are kept for at least 3 months for searching;
21. Education and training on how to prevent and protect themselves from Covid-19 need to be done to workers in the workplace.

Protocols for Workers or Employees
  • Must always wear a mask when leaving, while at work, and returning from work;
  • before leaving for work, make sure you are not sick. If workers experience symptoms such as fever/cough/runny nose/sore throat, it is advisable not to come to work and to go to a healthcare facility if needed;
  • workers who experience fever, flu, or symptoms of Covid-19 while at work, must report to their supervisor, see a doctor, and stay away from other colleagues;
  • maintain endurance by eating nutritiously balanced food;
  • physical activity for at least 30 minutes per day, adequate rest (at least 7 hours of sleep), and sunbathing in the morning is recommended to maintain body immunity;
  • conduct Clean and Healthy Life Behavior (PHBS) every day such as, frequently washing hands with soap and running water, or using hand sanitizers before and after activities, ethical cough/cold/sneezing, avoiding touching the face (eyes, nose, mouth);
  • keep distance/physical distancing at least 1 meter when dealing with business actors or coworkers while on duty;
  • wear work-specific clothing and change clothes when you finish work;
  • if necessary, workers use personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves and eye and face protection especially body temperature checking officers, receptionists, cashiers, and food presenters;
  • avoid the use of personal tools together such as prayer tools, cutlery, and others;
  • shower immediately and change clothes before contact with family members at home. Clean items that are often touched outside the home such as cellphones, glasses, bags and other items with disinfecting liquid;
  • conduct regular cleaning and disinfection in work areas and public areas; check and maintain ventilation and air conditioning systems regularly, especially in elevators and toilets;
  • greet guests/customers with no shake;

Protocols for Guests or Visitors
  • Must always wear a mask while in public areas;
  • it is prohibited to bring children under 5 years old;
  • applying a culture of ethical coughing or sneezing, by closing the mouth using a tissue, and throwing the dirty tissue into the trash that has been provided;
  • keep your hands clean by washing your hands frequently with soap and running water or using a hand sanitizer;
  • avoid touching exposed body parts such as eyes, nose, face, and arms with dirty gloves or hands that have not been washed using soap or hand sanitizer;
  • still pay attention to keeping a distance or physical distancing of at least 1 meter with other people.

Transition Period: Industry, Trade, Cooperative, and SMEs

Covid-19 Prevention Protocol in the Industrial Sector
Industrial companies and / or industrial estate companies and supporting services (workshops, services, and photocopy) are given permission to continue to carry out their business activities and must fulfill the following provisions:

For owners and those in charge of industry (factories) and supporting services (workshops, services, and photocopy):

  • Conduct initial screening for all workers through body temperature checks and people with respiratory symptoms such as coughing/flu shortness of breath when entering the factory area and changing shift;
  • the unhealthy worker is found PROHIBITED in company activities and recommends that they are immediately checked into a company/government health service facility;
  • ensuring that workers who are not healthy and have a travel history from a country or zone/city with local transmission of Covid-19 in the last 14 (fourteen) days to not entering the factory area. This is informed through notifications in the entrance area. Information on the list of countries with local transmission Covid-19 can be accessed on www.covid19.kemkes.go.id;
  • ensure that the work area has good air circulation and has adequate facilities for washing hands, including washing hands before entering the building/building;
  • ensure the availability of soap and running water for handwashing or alcohol-based hand washing as well as masks, gloves, and clothing that ensure the safety of workers and the products produced;
  • increase the frequency of routine cleaning, among others, with disinfectant fluids for commonly used areas, such as bathrooms, registration and payment counters, and dining areas, especially during peak hours of activity;
  • to limit the number of workers when using public facilities, such as places of worship, canteens, and toilets;
  • providing nutritional supplements and foods for all workers;
  • prepare guidelines for workers ranging from workers leaving the residence to returning to their place of residence; and
  • participate and socialize in the Clean and Healthy Behavior (PHBS) and information about COVID-19 through the installation of banners/infographics in strategic places in the factory area.
Protocols For Workers
  • If during the factory area, there are sick workers, they do not continue their activities and immediately go to the company/government health service facility;
  • workers returning from a country or zone/city with local transmission Covid-19 in the last 14 (fourteen) days MUST inform the company. If when you are in a factory area experience a fever or respiratory symptoms such as coughing/shortness of breath, then do not continue the activity and immediately go to a health service company/government;
  • wearing a mask since leaving the house, wearing a mask and gloves while in the factory area;
  • maintain a minimum distance of 1 (one) meter (physical distancing) and are prohibited from grouping during recess;
  • all workers must apply Clean and Healthy Lifestyle (PHBS) such as washing hands regularly using water and soap or alcohol-based hand washing and avoid touching unnecessary areas of the face; and
  • PROHIBITED from shaking hands with fellow workers or other people, and adopting alternative forms of greeting.

Transition Period: Cultural Sector

Operating conditions of the Museum by DKI Jakarta Provincial government in implementing PSBB transitional period
The Museum-season belonging to the provincial government of DKI Jakarta began its operation again on June 8, 2020. Operational hours can be done on Tuesday until Sunday 9 am - 3 pm. During operational hours, the museum must keep maintaining the Covid-19 health protocols including:
  • Formed the Covid-19 handling team in the museum manager work Unit and ensured the museum officers on duty were not exposed to the Covid-19.
  • Maximum number of visitors limit 50% of museum capacity
  • Managers and visitors are required to use masks
  • Ensure all areas of the museum are clean and hygienic by periodically cleaning using cleaners and disinfectants
  • Every visitor must check body temperature at the entrance of the museum
  • Provide hand-washing with flowing water and soap, or hand sanitizer at the entrance and exit of the museum, and in strategic places
  • Keep a minimum distance of 1 (one) meter in all museum service activities and avoid activities that can create a crowd
  • Museum officers convey information on the prevention protocol of Covid-19 transmission to active visitors
  • Provide a separate area or room to observe the officers or visitors found symptoms at the time of checking
  • The decree of the Provincial Cultural office of DKI Jakarta entered into force on 5 June 2020

The Implementation of Transition Period

The Transition Period Towards a Healthy, Safe and Productive Community, hereinafter referred to as the Transition Period, is the implementation of the PSBB by adjusting various community activities based on indicators of epidemiological studies, evaluating public health conditions and evaluating the readiness of health facilities and the community's obligation to implement Clean and Healthy Living (PHBS) Covid-19 prevention.
The Transition Period is carried out in stages towards activities including:
  • learning in schools and/or other educational institutions;
  • religious activities at home/place of worship;
  • work activities at work;
  • activities in public places/facilities;
  • social and cultural activities; and
  • movement of people and goods using modes of transportation.

Clean and Healthy Living (PHBS)

PHBS during the Covid-19 Pandemic Period is a set of behaviors that are practiced on the basis of awareness to prevent exposure and spread of Covid-19.

Everyone who lives/is domiciled in the Province of DKI Jakarta:

1. Must use a mask outside the home;
2. Carry out the Healthy Life Community Movement (Germas) through the application of PHBS with the following conditions:
  • limit activities outside the home only for activities that are important and urgent;
  • maintain personal health and not doing activities outside the home when feeling unwell;
  • limit activities outside the home for those at high risk when exposed to Covid-19;
  • make physical distancing within a range of at least 1 (one) meter between people when interacting with groups;
  • limit yourself not to be in a crowd;
  • avoid using personal tools together;

The leader/person in charge of each order referred to must:

1. apply environmental hygiene and sanitation in every setting;
2. apply distance restrictions between people for all activities in each order, including vertical mobility facilities such as the use of elevators and stairs (physical distancing);
3. take measurements of body temperature at each entry point of the environment in each order;
4. avoid work activities/activities that can create a crowd;
5. provide facilities and infrastructure to support the implementation of PHBS;
6. to install indicator signs and/or explanations related to the application of PHBS in each order that is their responsibility;
7. appeal and educate all those who are in their responsibility to implement the PHBS; and
8. conduct internal supervision of PHBS Covid-19 prevention periodically on each order that is their responsibility.

Transition Sector: Library Sector

  • This provision applies to public library services in DKI Jakarta during the PSBB transition period
  • Public library services in the Office of the Archives Department of the Provincial Library of DKI Jakarta opened on a limited basis from 8 June 2020
  • The library service provided is an on-site read service. A reading collection cannot be borrowed or taken home.
Public Library service hours in Cikini, Kuningan, Public library in five areas of the city, and the literature Documentation Center HB Jassin opened on Monday to Sunday, 10 am until 3 pm (except public holidays or holidays).

Transition Period: Child Protection and Population Control Sector

Provisions for the Management of Child-Friendly Integrated Public Spaces (RPTRA) during the transitional period of PSBB
During the transitional period, the RPTRA can not be opened as the decree of Governor No. 563 of 2020.
The RPTRA manager works from home but still monitors RPTRA through patrols.