Not Completing Health Protocols, One Business Place in Tabanan was Called by the Covid-19 Task Force

One of the businesses in the Tabanan sub-district was found not to provide a means of preventing COVID-19. As a result, the owner or person in charge of the place of business was summoned by the Covid-19 Handling Task Force in the field of law enforcement and discipline, Wednesday (07/10) to the Tabanan Civil Service Police Unit office.

Photo 1: The team from the Tabanan Covid-19 Task Force conducted an inspection of the implementation of the health protocol, Monday (05/10) – Photo source: Balipost

In addition, an offender who was caught not wearing a mask was also summoned during an inspection conducted on Monday (05/10) around Tabanan sub-district.

The head of the Tabanan Civil Service Police Unit, I Wayan Sarba, when confirmed, said that from the active discipline of the community, this time the officers targeted a number of locations. Not only traditional markets such as the Dauh Pala market and the Covid-19 emergency market (preparation terminal), officers also visited a number of modern shops, business premises and a number of government-owned office buildings.

From the results of this inspection, officers found that there was one person who did not use a mask and a place of business that did not provide means of preventing Covid-19 (hand washing place, soap or hand sanitizer). “One offender and a place of business were netted, because they did not bring money, they were summoned next Wednesday to settle the fine at the Tabanan Civil Service Police Station,” he said.

Photo 2: Covid-19 health protocols – Photo source: Radar Bali

Sarba continued, since Regent Regulation number 44 of 2020 concerning community discipline regarding the implementation of health protocols, came into effect on September 7, the joint team which is also supported by the Indonesian national army / Police of the Republic of Indonesia has continued to aggressively discipline the community regarding the implementation of health protocols. . Because he admitted that there were still many people who were impressed by the cat and mouse in using a good and correct mask.

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Photo 1: The team from the Tabanan Covid-19 Task Force conducted an inspection of the implementation of the health protocol, Monday (05/10) – Photo source: Balipost

In addition, an offender who was caught not wearing a mask was also summoned during an inspection conducted on Monday (05/10) around Tabanan sub-district.

The head of the Tabanan Civil Service Police Unit, I Wayan Sarba, when confirmed, said that from the active discipline of the community, this time the officers targeted a number of locations. Not only traditional markets such as the Dauh Pala market and the Covid-19 emergency market (preparation terminal), officers also visited a number of modern shops, business premises and a number of government-owned office buildings.

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From the results of this inspection, officers found that there was one person who did not use a mask and a place of business that did not provide means of preventing Covid-19 (hand washing place, soap or hand sanitizer). “One offender and a place of business were netted, because they did not bring money, they were summoned next Wednesday to settle the fine at the Tabanan Civil Service Police Station,” he said.

Photo 2: Covid-19 health protocols – Photo source: Radar Bali

Sarba continued, since Regent Regulation number 44 of 2020 concerning community discipline regarding the implementation of health protocols, came into effect on September 7, the joint team which is also supported by the Indonesian national army / Police of the Republic of Indonesia has continued to aggressively discipline the community regarding the implementation of health protocols. . Because he admitted that there were still many people who were impressed by the cat and mouse in using a good and correct mask.

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