Towards the end of the year or the Nataru holiday, the National Police will prepare isolation posts in several places.
As is known, Nataru’s holiday falls on December 24, 2021 to January 2, 2022.
This was done in the form of reducing mobility during the implementation of the PPKM level 3.
“Yes (making roadblocks). To reduce crowds and mobility as well as the spread of Covid-19,” said the Head of Public Relations of the National Police Inspector General Pol Dedi Prasetyo when confirmed.
Dedi said the rights were still in the form of a speech and no further decisions had been made.
The national police will decide policy after a meeting this week.
Dedi also invited the public to limit themselves from meeting other people during the Nataru celebration.
This is aimed at anticipating a surge in cases of the spread of Covid-19.
“In principle, the public is advised not to hold meetings that could ignore health protocols, thereby reducing mobility to anticipate the spread of the Covid-19 virus,” he said.
Meanwhile, Karo Penmas, Police Public Relations Division, Brigadier General Rusdi Hartoni, said that his party was preparing a concept to prevent the spread of Covid-19 during the Nataru holiday.
“We’ll wait. Due to the implementation of Korlantas, the concept has been realized,” said Rusdi