The central government decided not to apply the Community Activity Restriction (PPKM) Level 3 at the end of the Christmas and New Year’s national holidays.
However, efforts to limit community mobility in West Java will continue to be carried out during Christmas and New Year. Tahun (Nataru), one of which is the placement of unusual vehicles and the construction of road dividers.
PPKM in West Java Receive Cash Social Assistance They can still apply for quirks and checkpoints to limit mobility,” said Head of Public Relations of the West Java Police Kombes Pol Erdi Adrimulan Chaniago at the Cimahi Police Headquarters, Tuesday (12/7/2021).
His current part is Nataru will do the checking. free letter and letter of COVID-19 vaccine for residents outside the area. If not vaccinated, a vaccination booth will be installed at every checkpoint suitable for use by the general public
Restrictions on community mobility must be enforced during the Christmas and New Year period, because there are around 100 tourist attractions in West Java that have the potential to be overcrowded.
“Such as in the Lembang tourist area in West Bandung Regency, Pangandaran, in Puncak Bogor. Furthermore, the National Police in collaboration with elements of the TNI and local governments will carry out surveillance,” he said. -He is decisive.
Socialization will also continue to be carried out, especially in tourist areas that will become community destinations. Of course, by involving elements of the Police, TNI and then the local Muspida, it will be adjusted to the PPKM level scale in each West Java region.
“Mobility restrictions will be adjusted to the region, if the area is included in PPKM levels 1, 2, 3 and even 4. Therefore, it depends on conditions in the field,” he concluded.
On Tuesday (12/7/2021), Indonesian President Jokowi directly inspected the location of the eruption of Mount Semeru in Lumajiang Regency, East Java and the handling of its impacts. The President made sure to mobilize all forces to deal with the impact of the disaster.
“This morning I came to the location to make sure all our troops were looking for survivors at the location and then evacuated. We also handle refugees on site. We are also studying earthquake plans to repair damaged infrastructure. Mount Semeru erupted,” President Joko said in a press statement after the review.
In Lumajiang, the head of state visited the refugee camp in the village field of Sumberwuluh. In this place, someone once saw the President greeting the refugees, including children, and giving compensation to the heirs of the victims who died as a result of the eruption of Mount Semeru. In addition, the President also visited public kitchens and sanitation service stations.
“Earlier at the refugee location, I also wanted to make sure that matters relating to refugees were also handled properly, both related to consumption, health, and clean water, I think the condition is starting to improve,” he said.
The President said that the government would also prepare for the relocation of residential areas affected by the eruption.
“Earlier I received a report of approximately two thousand houses that had to be relocated. We will immediately decide where the relocation will be and at that time we will immediately build it because I think everything is ready,” he said.
During his visit, the Head of State also reviewed a number of infrastructure affected by the disaster. One of them is the Besuk Koboan Bridge or Gladak Perak Bridge, which is located in Candipuro District, on the Malang – Lumajang arterial route. The bridge with a span of 192 meters and a width of 9.6 meters collapsed due to the eruption of Mount Semeru.
“We hope that after things subside, everything can start, whether it be in the form of infrastructure improvements or possible relocation from places that we think are dangerous to be inhabited again,” he said.
Closing his press statement, President Joko Widodo expressed his condolences for the victims who died as a result of this eruption.
“On behalf of the government and all the people of Indonesia, I express my deepest condolences for the victims who died as a result of the eruption of Mount Semeru in Lum District.