After Revision, Level 4 PPKM in Batam and Tanjungpinang Lasts Until August 2nd
Tanjungpinang, Batamnews - The Governor of the Riau Islands (Kepri), Ansar Ahmad, issued the latest circular letter Number: 547/SET-STC19/VII/2021 regarding the extension of PPKM in Tanjungpinang and Batam affected by PPKM Level 4.
The circular letter is dated today, Monday (26/7/2021). The letter is valid from today until August 2. There are several important points contained in the letter.
Especially for business people. Traditional markets, street vendors, grocery stores, voucher agents/outlets, barbershops/barbershops, laundry, hawkers, flea markets, bird/poultry markets, wet markets, batik markets, small workshops.
Then vehicle washes and others of the same type are allowed to open with strict health protocols, wear masks, wash hands/use hand sanitizer, the technical settings of which are adjusted to the characteristics, needs, and local wisdom of the local government.
For supermarkets and supermarkets that sell daily necessities, operating hours are limited to 20.00 WIB with a capacity of 50 percent of visitors. Meanwhile, pharmacies and drug stores can be open 24 hours.
The following is for the implementation of eating and drinking activities in public places:
1) food stalls/eatery, street vendors, hawker stalls, and the like are allowed to open with strict health protocols, wear masks, wash hands/use hand sanitizer, the technical settings of which are adjusted to the characteristics, needs, and local wisdom of the local government.
2) small-scale restaurants and cafes located at their location can serve dine-in with a capacity of 25% (twenty-five percent) and receive take-out/delivery/take away meals with stricter implementation of health protocols.
3) restaurants or restaurants, cafes with medium and large scale, both in separate locations and those located in shopping centers/malls, only accept delivery or take away and do not accept meals on the spot.
The regulation also applies to places of worship such as mosques, prayer rooms, churches, temples, temples, and pagodas as well as other public places that function as places of worship, so as not to hold worship or religious activities in a congregation and optimize the implementation of worship at home.