Miniature size public action limitations (PPKM Mikro) and lockdown measures are basically something similar and not conflicting, President Joko Widodo has said. He even shared that he accepts that both PPKM Mikro and lockdowns confine public exercises to stem the spread of COVID-19.
It was said that he might want to pass on the message that both PPKM Mikro and lockdown estimates convey a similar embodiment, and that is to limit individuals’ exercises; in this manner, there is no compelling reason to negate one against the other.
Pemerintah memutuskan bahwa PPKM Mikro masih menjadi kebijakan yang paling tepat untuk penanganan Covid-19 hingga ke tingkat desa atau langsung ke komunitas.— Joko Widodo (@jokowi) June 23, 2021
He further shared that once PPKM Mikro is executed and followed in like manner, then, at that point the COVID-19 disease rate would go under control. Notwithstanding, right now, PPKM Mikro presently can’t seem to be executed completely is still irregularly upheld in various spots.
Thus, He ask all lead representatives, region heads, and civic chairmen to reinforce their obligation to execute the PPKM Mikro all the more stringently, upgrading COVID-19 posts that have been set up in every one of their separate regions.
The public authority has read a few choices for taking care of COVID-19, while taking the financial, social, and political states of the country into account, just as the experience of different nations. The PPKM Mikro strategy, he said, is as yet the most fitting one for the battle against COVID-19 as it very well may be done without reducing monetary movement.
To contain the spread of contaminations, the Indonesian government has broadened the execution of PPKM Mikro from June 22 to July 5, 2021 of every 34 areas in the country. In view of information from the COVID-19 Task Force, Indonesia added 13,668 contaminations as of June 22, 2021, carrying the all out count to 2,018,113 cases. The quantity of recuperations expanded by 8,375 to reach 1,810,136 and fatalities rose by 335 to contact 55,291.
In the mean time, the quantity of Indonesians who have accepted their first COVID-19 antibody portion expanded by 524,111 to reach 23,789,884, while the quantity of completely inoculated individuals moved by 194,531 to 12,514,917 starting at 12 p.m. on June 22, 2021.