Extended communities activity restrictions and deportation for second time mask violations

Posted on January 22nd, 2021 by Citra Consultant Indonesia

Communities activity restrictions in Java and Bali will be  extended for another 2 weeks considering the Covid-19 case that has not shown any degression in Indonesia. This extension is expected to suppress the spikes of the Covid cases. Covid-19 task force unit is wary about the threat of the increasing of death casualties in January 2021.

“As per 20 January 2021, The Covid-19 cases in Indonesia has reached 939.948 case, with 763.703 cured and 26.857 death”

For Bali Itself, The Bali Regional office operating under the Ministry of Law and Human Rights is now threatening deportation for any foreigners caught with second time mask violations.

Foreigners who do not follow the health protocol can be deported based on Indonesia law regulation no 6 year 2011 point 75 about immigration. This regulation is impersonal, so violators may be subject to sanctions

“There is no foreigner deported for the violation per today. We will keep on recording the violators and if we found any repetitive violation from anyone, we will not be hesitate to deport them” Said Eko Budianto, Head Bali Regional office operating under the Ministry of Law and Human Rights

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