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A journey during the pandemic

to make Jakarta healthy, safe, and productive

24 Januari


The first ODP and PDP were reported

10 April


The implementation of the first PSBB

05 Juni


PSBB Transition

11 Januari


The implementation of the first vaccination

13 Januari


Vaccination continues to be carried out in stages

30 Desember


The completion of PPKM

  • ODP (Person under Surveillance)
  • PDP (Patient under Surveillance)
  • PSBB (Pembatasan Sosial Berskala Besar)
  • PPKM (Pemberlakuan Pembatasan Kegiatan Masyarakat)

Did you know?

Covid-19 booster vaccine can protect you from virus, minimize the risk of serious illness, hospitalization, and death from Covid-19.

Let's complete your vaccination immediately at the nearest health facility.

FAQ: Stay Alert and Protect Yourself

Yes, it is. Even though currently, the Covid-19 case is more under control, you are still encouraged to comply with the health protocols by wearing a mask, washing our hands, keeping our distance, reducing mobility, and avoiding crowds.

Keep in mind, the Covid-19 virus is still around. Complying to the health protocols will minimize the risk of contracting a virus.

Every public place in Jakarta has its own visiting regulations. However, there are some health protocols that you can apply when visiting public places, such as wearing a mask, washing your hands with soap or hand sanitizer, and keeping your physical distance from others. Some public places still require you to check in and check out when entering and leaving the locations.
During your activities at the office, comply with health protocols, such as wearing a mask, washing your hands, and keeping your physical distance with others. It is advised not to use shared equipments, such as cutlery, bottles, and prayer kit to reduce the risk of being exposed to Covid-19.

The protection provided by the primary vaccine diminishes over time. Therefore, if you are eligible to be vaccinated, you need to get a booster dose of the vaccine to increase your body's protection and minimize the risk of serious illness, hospitalization, and death from Covid-19.

Non-transmissible diseases (PTM), such as Diabetes Mellitus and hypertension can potentially worsen health conditions when infected with Covid-19. In order to prevent the occurrence of non-communicable diseases (PTM), here are some tips you can follow:

  • 1. Limit excessive consumption of sugar, salt and fat
  • 2. Exercise at least 30 minutes a day
  • 3. Do not smoke or be exposed to it
  • 4. Maintain ideal body weight
  • 5. Regular health checks

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