Thursday, December 08, 2022

SMP 85 lockdown 10 days, DKI deputy governor ensures as per procedure

Jakarta ,

SMP 85 Jakarta in Cilandak, South Jakarta (South Jakarta), in-lockdown For 10 days after 3 students were exposed to COVID-19. DKI Jakarta deputy governor Ahmed Riza Pateria confirmed that the temporary closure of schools was in accordance with procedures.

“It has become our rule. If there is an increase related to COVID, there is already a process,” Riza said at DKI Jakarta City Hall, Thursday (21/7/2022).

Riza said the COVID-19 task force team had a task. When a COVID-19 cluster appears, the task force will temporarily close schools if a COVID-19 cluster is found.

“This is our job as a COVID-19 task force,” he said.

Riza also said that at present his party is increasing the achievement of third vaccination or boosterone of which is to make the conditions mandatory booster When entering public facilities.

“Friends’ support from the media helps broadcast it so make sure to get everyone right away booster or the third vaccine, all policies framed by the central and regional governments regarding the use of the third vaccine,” he concluded.

smp 85 jakarta lockdown 10 days

It is known, 3 students of SMP 85 Jakarta in Silandak, South Jakarta tested positive for COVID-19. local government enforces lockdown At school for 10 days.

,lockdown From there on 18th July,” said Silandak Kamat Jharuddin when confirmed Thursday (21/7).

Zahruddin informed that initially on Thursday (14/7) the school received a report that a grade 2 junior high school student from a family group tested positive for COVID-19. The student had entered the school a day earlier on Wednesday (13/6).

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