Omicron Spreads in DKI, Deputy Governor Ariza Gives Strong Warning to Residents Abroad!

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jpnn.com, JAKARTA – Deputy Governor of DKI Jakarta Ahmad Riza Patria warned residents of the capital who are abroad to be disciplined in implementing health protocols.

This was reminded by Riza, because the case of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 has reached 252 cases in DKI.

The former member of the Indonesian House of Representatives is worried that residents from abroad will bring the Omicron virus to DKI.

“If you don’t carry out health procedures abroad, you will suddenly get Omicron there, then enter Jakarta with Omicron,” said Ariza at DKI City Hall, Tuesday (4/1) night.

He also gave a stern warning to residents abroad not to take off their masks at all.

“So those who are still abroad, please pay attention, don’t go there, take off your mask,” he said.

According to him, the Central Government and the DKI Provincial Government are currently trying to reduce the number of Omicron cases.

Therefore, residents must also be willing to work together to comply with the prokes.

Deputy Governor of DKI Jakarta Ahmad Riza Patria warned residents of the capital who were abroad to be disciplined in implementing health protocols.


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