South Kalimantan Regional Police Increase Patrol Processes to Maintain Decrease in Covid-19 Cases
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Wednesday, 13 October 2021 - 16:29 WIB
South Kalimantan Regional Police Increase Patrol Processes to Maintain Decrease in Covid-19 Cases

Tribratanews.polri.go.id - Banjarmasin. The South Kalimantan Regional Police has increased patrols for enforcing health protocols to maintain the downward trend in COVID-19 cases.

"Don't let the cases increase again due to people neglecting health procedures," said Head of Public Relations of the South Kalimantan Regional Police, Pol. Grand Commissioner Mochamad Rifa'i, Monday (10/11/21).

South Kalimantan Regional Police Chief, Pol. Inspector General Rikwanto said that patrols are still being carried out in crowded places through the Nusa Operations Task Force @ Intan 2021.

According to the Head of Public Relations of South Kalimantan, the results of the patrols still found people not wearing masks and not keeping their distance. As in traditional markets and other public areas.

"Young people's hangout places, such as in cafes, also often ignore health protocols. Visitors fully occupy the seats without keeping a distance, and on average, the masks are removed when chatting casually," he said.

He emphasized that the implementation of Community Activity Restriction Enforcement applies rules for limiting seating capacity to a maximum of 50 percent with strict procedures that the community, including business actors, must obey.

With this health protocol enforcement patrol, to support the current decline in Community Activity Restriction Enforcement levels, all parties must obey the rules set by the government.

Be thankful that the Community Activity Restriction Enforcement level has dropped along with the decreasing number of COVID-19 cases. "Let's stay disciplined about the process until this pandemic becomes endemic," said the Head of Public Relations of South Kalimantan.

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