Although there are still violations of the health protocol (prokes) in the field, the Badung Civil Service Police Unit (Satpol PP) claims the number has fallen.
This shows that the public has become more aware. Based on the recapitulation of health program enforcement in Badung, during February 9-14, 2021, a total of 36 persons were stopped for not wearing masks, not wearing masks correctly – 113, business places that did not implement health protocols – 22. 23 persons were subject to a fine of Rp. 100 thousand.
“Entering the micro PPKM, the number of prokes offenders have experienced a decline”, said the Head of the Badung Police, I Gusti Agung Ketut Suryanegara.
According to Suryanegara, compared to the first period of PPKM, 185 offenders were fined, during the second PPKM – 138 people. “So, the data continues to decline. From 185 people who violated, the number decreased to 138 people at the second PPKM. Now during PPKM micro 23 people so far, “he said.
Even so, added Suryanegara, the inspection was continuously carried out with joint officers. During the inspection, a rapid antigen test was also carried out. If, for example, you are found to be reactive or positive, you will immediately take them to RSD Badung, for a swab test. If positive without symptoms, they will be taken to the hotel for quarantine. “So far nothing has been reactive,” explained the bureaucrat from Denpasar.
Meanwhile, micro-based PPKM supervision is different from previous PPKM supervision. According to Suryanegara, only assigning members to join the posts set up by the Badung Police and villages/wards as requested. Then, the inspection was followed by a randomized rapid test on the priority villages / kelurahan in the red zone.
Also, in collaboration with the Health Office, tracking people who test positive, at least 20 people who have been in contact. Together with the Village Task Force, they participate in supervising the implementation of traditional, religious, and social ceremonies, because, since the PPKM micro, all are required to report. “We also conduct inspections on tourist objects, as well as supervise business operating hours,” said Suryanegara.