Bali government considering lockdown when the population has many ceremonies for the upcoming religious Galungan and Kuningan holidays starting on Sept 14 th 2020 . The Provincial Government of Bali is currently studying the number of COVID-19 cases in Bali, which in the past week has increased significantly. The conclusion was that the number of positive cases increased as a result of the widespread transmission of households and a number of religious activities. We are studying the changes that are currently occurring in the field, which have shown significant numbers for almost a week. The transmissions could have been caused by the religious activities according the Deputy Governor of Bali.
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The man who is familiarly called Cok Ace said that if the final conclusion states that the transmission continues to increase, it is not impossible for the Bali Provincial Government to impose large-scale tightening as was done when the early cases of COVID-19 entered Bali. Do we need a lockdown until the markets and hotels that are now starting to expand in Nusa Dua are also closed or what, we are currently studying. I see what was effective first when we were still implementing the police chief’s decree. There are restrictions, but we can still leave, but we limit it so that we don’t get together in a crowd,” he said.
In addition, the provincial government of Bali, said Cok Ace, will pay special attention to the Galungan and Kuningan holidays. Especially in the last few days, there have been many religious activities leading up to the Galungan, where the potential for COVID-19 transmission is very large.
In the last few days in Bali there have been many religious ceremonies ahead of galungan, with many wedding and other ceremonies, it can also be a cluster. Apart from that we are paying attention to the tajen cluster. Tajen has very high droplets, so now it becomes our attention and priority, “he explained. In the midst of policies that are being discussed in response to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Bali, Cok Ace hopes that the public will always obey the health protocols. If not, it will continue to exist and may even continue to increase.
Bali government considering lockdown
Source : https://kumparan.com/