The National Police stated that they had allowed PT. Liga Indonesia Baru (LIB) to conduct tests on the implementation of Liga 1 and 2 in front of a live audience.
Head of Public Relations Inspector General of Police Dr. Dedi Prasetyo, Bpk. Hum., M.Sc., M.M., revealed that the trial was legalized with notes showing that the capacity of the people who were physically present was limited, because the Covid19 pandemic was still ongoing.
“The National Police have completed the trials of La Liga 1 and League 2 with a limited number of spectators,” Dedi told reporters, Jakarta, Wednesday (15/12).
The Head of Public Relations of the National Police explained that granting a limited number of permits must prioritize the discipline of health protocols (prokes) and for that the police will also intervene.
“We see great enthusiasm from the public for the implementation of soccer in the country. However, we always emphasize that the implementation of health protocols must still be carried out strictly,” said the Head of the Public Relations Division of the Police. Those who attend afterward must wear masks from the start of the competition. The round has ended. The match itself took place in an area where the growth rate of the coronavirus was low.
Thus, participants must already have a certificate of the Covid-19 vaccine with the second dose. After that, viewers must also access the Cares for Protect application.
“All spectators, players, sponsors and referees really have to make sure the health protocols are carried out properly,” said the Head of Public Relations of the National Police Izia.
In granting this limited trial permit, Dedi stated that he had coordinated and communicated to all related parties. Covid19 control may still be going well.
However, the Head of Public Relations of the National Police underlined that his party would continue to carry out routine evaluations regarding the implementation of limited trials in Ligue 1 and Ligue 2.
“Of course we from the police will continue to assess its implementation. Therefore, the implementation will continue to run well, but the health factor must be a priority, “concluded the Head of Public Relations of the Police.