Refugee communities living in the area where PSBB/Large Scale Social Restriction is enacted should follow the direction from the authorities when using public transportation. However, it is strongly advised to stay inside your home/accommodation. The goal of Stay At Home is to break the chain of transmission of COVID-19. You never know who is sick, you may get infected and endangered people in your community. Do not go outside if you are feeling sick or unwell.
If you need to go outside, please follow the Protocol to Enter and Leave the House during COVID-19 Pandemic.
There are a lot of changes in the policy when using transportation in Jakarta, including the public transportation. Below is the information for three main public transportation, MRT, Transjakarta and KRL CommuterLine.
Let us know which information from the mode of transportation that is available in Jakarta, you want SUAKA to cover.
(Information translated into English based on Jakarta Legal Aid Institute Information on COVID-19)
The Central Government of Indonesia and the Regional Government of DKI Jakarta have taken one of the options for Health Quarantine Action, namely by setting the policy “Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB)” in full as of April 10, 2020. The policy is in addition to being able to prevent the potential spread of the virus COVID-19, will also have implications for the limitations in the lives of citizens, especially residents who live in the Jakarta area, including for refugee communities living in Jakarta Area
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What is PSBB/ Large-Scale Social Restriction?
SUAKA is preparing an illustrated information on the coronavirus in for Farsi speaker. The illustration was kindly provided and translated from Wei Man Kow original post on Coronavirus (check her other works on Comicsforgood.com or on Instagram @weimankow).
Other information is also available for other languages. SUAKA will try to compile this information.
The National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) issues guidelines for moving in and out of houses. The goal is that people and the home environment remain safe from exposure to the COVID-19. There are simple tips that can be practiced, and it can be downloaded in PDF for languages: English, Arabic, Farsi Dari, Myanmar, French, and Somali.
download pdf in other languages:
1. Protocol of Leaving and Entering House – English
2. Protocol of Leaving and Entering House – France
3. Protocol of Leaving and Entering House – Myanmar
4. Protocol of Leaving and Entering House – Arabic
5. Protocol of Leaving and Entering House – Somali