Surakarta - The Indonesian National Police (INP) continues to strive to assist the Indonesian Government in overcoming the Covid-19 pandemic, which has been a problem in the world for a year. Various steps and efforts have been carried out, from preventive measures to law enforcement.
This effort was carried out by the Surakarta City Police Sub-Regional personnel who went to several crowded places to advise health protocols and distribute free masks to the public, around Ngudi Rejeki Gilingan Market, Legi Market, and Kadipolo Market area.
However, in this activity, Citizens saw the Surakarta Police personnel wearing Wayang Costumes when socializing health protocols and distributing masks to the public. Gatotkaca, Werkudara, Kumbokarno, and Rahwono figures were seen distributing masks taking to the streets to help break the chain of the spread of Covid 19.
Chief of Sub-Regional Surakarta City Police, Police Senior Superintendent Ade Safri Simanjuntak said that the wayang figures used are local wisdom, which is expected to inspire the public's heart always to follow health protocols.
"We also choose to socialize in the market, because the market is a place for many people's activities. So, the socialization using wayang figures can raise public awareness, “said the Chief of Sub-Regional Surakarta City Police.
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