List of Regulations for Restricting PPKM Level 2 in Jakarta

DKI Jakarta implements a Level 2 Community Activity Restriction (PPKM) policy from January 4 to 17, 2022.

The Governor of DKI Jakarta, Anies Baswedan, said that the decision to implement PPKM Level 2 could not be separated from a decision from the central government. According to Anies, the increase in the PPKM level should serve as a warning to all parties.

“The central government has decided to raise the PPKM level in Jakarta to level 2, this is a warning so that we don’t get carried away and increase our vigilance,” Anies said in a written statement, Wednesday (5/1).

Anies has also issued Governor’s Decree Number 3 of 2022 concerning PPKM Level 2 in Jakarta. In the Governor’s Decree, it is stated that during the PPKM Level 2 period, everyone who carries out activities in each sector or place must have been vaccinated against Covid-19 at least the first dose.

“But the main vaccination is the complete dose (up to two doses),” Anies added.

The exception is for residents who are still within a three-month grace period after being confirmed by Covid-19 with evidence of laboratory results. Exceptions also apply to residents who are contraindicated to the Covid-19 vaccination based on the results of a medical examination with evidence of a doctor’s certificate, and children aged less than 12 years.

There are a number of restrictions imposed during this period. The restriction rules are contained in the Governor’s Decree No. 3 of 2022 concerning PPKM Level 2.

In the gubernatorial decree, one of the restrictions is activities in non-essential sector workplaces/offices. During PPKM Level 2, non-essential offices are required to apply 50 percent of employees to work from the office or work from office (WFO).

For teaching and learning activities, implementation in education units can be carried out through limited face-to-face learning and/or distance learning based on a Joint Decree of 4 Ministers.

Next, supermarkets, hypermarkets, traditional markets, grocery stores, and supermarkets that sell daily necessities can operate until 21.00 WIB, and the capacity of visitors is limited to 75 percent.

“Supermarkets and hypermarkets are required to use the PeduliLindung application, starting on September 14, 2021,” the regulation states.

Street vendors, grocery stores, voucher agents/outlets, barbershops, laundromats, hawkers, small workshops, vehicle washers and others can operate until 21.00 WIB with stricter implementation of health protocols.

Food stalls/warteg, street vendors, hawker stalls, restaurants, cafes, are allowed to open and receive food on the spot until 21.00 WIB with a maximum of 50 percent of the capacity for visitors to eat. Maximum meal time is 60 minutes with stricter implementation of health protocols.

Meanwhile, for restaurants/restaurants, cafes with operating hours starting at night can operate from 18.00 WIB to a maximum of 00.00 WIB. Maximum capacity of 50 percent and maximum feeding time of 60 minutes.

Furthermore, shopping centers or malls can operate with a maximum capacity of 50 percent and operating hours until 21.00 WIB. Children under 12 years old are allowed to enter provided that they are accompanied by a parent. It is also mandatory to use the PeduliLindung application to screen all visitors and employees.

Next, for places of worship such as mosques, prayer rooms, churches, temples, temples and pagodas as well as other places that function as places of worship can hold religious activities in congregation during the PPKM Level 2 period with a maximum of 75 percent capacity or 75 people by implementing stricter health protocols. and pay attention to technical arrangements from the Ministry of Religion.