"All activities of the people of Banjarbaru City must be carried out in accordance with the health protocol to prevent the spread of COVID-19," Acting Mayor Bernhard E Rondonuwu stated, Wednesday.
Bernhard, who is the chair of the task force, made his remarks when he lead the law enforcement coordination meeting at the city government office.
The task force officials who present were Deputy I the Commander of 1006/Mtp Military Command Lt.Col. Arm. Siswo Budiarto, Deputy II the City Police Chief Adj Sr Comr (AKBP) Doni Hadi Santoso, Deputy III Head of Prosecutor's Office Andri Irawan, and Deputy IV Regional Secretary Said Abdullah.
The meeting, which was held by applying health protocol, was attended by all heads of city government agencies, including heads of subdistricts, heads of urban villages, and all elements of the task force.
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According to Bernhard, the emphasis of the task force is on a recommendation to be given to an activity organizer and must be coordinated with related parties.
"The implementation of each activity is regulated starting from the place, the extent to be calculated with the attending visitors. Everything is regulated according to the healh protocol," he said.
Besides, there should be an activity organizer as a person in charge, and an agreement is made on stamp duty. All the requirements are carried out according to the applicable rules.
"The whole community must play a role in campaigning the health protocol through 3M, namely masks, washing hands, and maintaining a distance. If everything is carried out, the spread of COVID-19 can be reduced," he said.