The Badung Public Civil Service has banned fireworks for the upcoming New Year’s Eve celebrations in the Badung, Bali region.
The Head of Badung Public Civil Service, I Gusti Agung Ketut Suryanegara, confirmed that in accordance with the Minister of Home Affairs Instructions, all fireworks will be banned for New Year’s Eve celebrations in the Badung region. This is in reference to Instruction Number 62, Year 2021 concerning the Corona Virus Disease Countermeasures and Prevention during Christmas and New Year’s Eve Celebrations in 2021.
“Neither fireworks nor firecrackers are allowed during the upcoming New Year’s Eve celebrations in our area, and we’ve communicated this policy with the police department. Any kind of violation will face some consequences,” Suryanegara said on Thursday (2/12).
Officials will also deploy a special team to inspect grocery stores across the region to ensure that all the food products are safe for consumers.
“Our team will ensure that the processed foods available in the grocery stores in our area are not expired yet, especially before the Christmas celebrations when many people will start buying parcels,” said the Head of Badung Micro and Small Business Agency, I Made Widiana.
Additionally, officials from the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) will be involved to conduct this operation.
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