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Public Activities Restriction in the Island of Java and Bali

The Minister of Home Affairs issued The Minister of Domestic Affairs Instruction No. 03 the Year 2022 regarding the Implementation of Public Activities Restrictions Corona Virus Disease 2019 Level 3, Level 2, And Level 1 In Java and Bali islands. This Instruction clarifies the level of Community Activities Restriction (PPKM) in these areas, along with the list of activities that are allowed and prohibited. Below is the list of the PPKM level, along with the area:

  • Level 3 PPKM: Pamekasan Regency in East Java ;
  • Level 2 PPKM: Jakarta Province, Banten Province, several areas in West Java such Bandung, Bogor, and Bekasi, several areas in Central Java such as Wonosobo, Wonogiri, and Kudus, Yogyakarta Province, several areas in East Java such as Malang, Batu, Jombang, and Jember, and last in Bali province; and
  • Level 1 PPKM: Several areas in West Java such as Sukabumi, Cirebon, and Karawang, several areas in Central Java such as Magelang, Tegal, and Semarang, and last in several areas in East Java such as Trenggalek, Madiun, and Surabaya.

The activities allowed in each PPKM area level are also different such as:

  • In Level 3 PPKM area, school study can be done onsite with limitations, non-essential sectors can apply for Work From Office Policy with 25% staff capacity for staffs that have been vaccinated, and 50% capacity of essential sectors and 25% or 10% in certain essential subsectors;
  • In Level 2 PPKM area, school study can be done onsite with limitations, non-essential sectors can apply for Work From Office with 50% staff capacity for staffs that have been vaccinated, and 75% capacity of essential sectors and 50% in certain essential subsectors; and
  • In level 1 PPKM area school study can be done onsite with limitations, non-essential sectors can apply for Work From Office with 25% staff capacity for staffs that have been vaccinated, and 75% capacity of essential sectors and 100% in certain essential subsectors.
This Instruction is applied from 18 January 2022 to 24 January 2022. The gradual lowering PPKM level is a good sign of the country’s recovery. However, there are guidelines that have to be followed during these times that have to be followed and there will be sanctions if it has not complied. We are experts in the guideline protocol and are always up to date with the government regulation, if you need help or consultation, feel free to contact us via info@schinderlawfirm.com.