The Indonesian central government has urged several beach clubs and restaurants in Bali to keep enforcing prevention protocols for their customers.
After recently deploying a special team to inspect prevention protocol implementations in all of the shopping centers and tourism businesses in Bali, the Maritime and Investment Minister, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan admitted that the majority of beach clubs and restaurants in Bali have been neglecting Covid-19 prevention protocols during their operations.
“Apart from not enforcing their visitors to carry out physical distancing during their visit, the management of those businesses didn’t even ask them to utilize the PeduliLindungi tracing app by scanning the QR code before entering their facilities,” Luhut said during a press conference on Monday (8/11). Luhut said that he will soon discuss this problem with some of the stakeholders in those areas, to find a better solution.
However, Luhut was happy to report that the shopping centers in Bali have been implementing all of the Covid-19 protocols pretty well during their operations. “We appreciate all of the shopping centers in Bali as they have been complying with our instructions regarding operational hours and Covid-19 prevention protocols while operating their businesses.” Luhut concluded.
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