HealthMicro PPKM Strengthened: Dine In 25 Percent, Malls Close...

Micro PPKM Strengthened: Dine In 25 Percent, Malls Close at 20.00


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The implementation of restrictions on community activities ( PPKM ) on a micro-scale has been strengthened. The strengthening will be carried out starting tomorrow, June 22, until July 5.

“Regarding the thickening or strengthening of the Micro PPKM. The President’s directive to make adjustments will take effect from tomorrow, June 22 to July 5, the next 2 weeks,” said Coordinating Minister for the Economy Airlangga Hartarto after a limited meeting with President Joko Widodo (Jokowi), at a meeting virtual press, Monday (21/6/2021).

The strengthening of the Micro PPKM will later be stated in the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs.

The operation of business premises, especially restaurants and food stalls will be regulated. Airlangga said that dine-in or eating out was only allowed for a maximum of 25 percent.

“Then the activities of restaurants, food stalls, restaurants, cafes, street vendors, street stalls, both independent and in markets or shopping centers or malls for dine-in or eating and drinking activities are at most 25% of the capacity and the rest is taken away or brought home,” he said.

The delivery services follow the operating hours of the restaurants.

“Delivery or take-away services are also in accordance with the restaurant’s operating hours, so are limited to 20.00. And the health protocols are strictly implemented,” said Airlangga.

Markets and shopping centers are also only allowed to operate until 20.00. Airlangga said that the visitor capacity is also a maximum of 25 percent of the capacity.

“Then the hours of operation up in the shopping malls or market centers and trade centers are until 20.00. And the visitor restrictions at most 25% of its capacity,” he said.



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