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How Does Safe Entrance by PeduliLindungi at JAKI Works?

Syora Alya Eka Putri

25 August 2021

To monitor community activities in public spaces, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, the government implemented a Safe Entrance system using the QR Code scan through the PeduliLindungi application. PeduliLindungi is an application developed by several government agencies, including the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Communication and Informatics. This application is part of the effort to trace and stop the spread of the Coronavirus. This system is also integrated with JAKI applications owned by the Jakarta Provincial Government. In line with the Enactment of Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM), this Safe Entrance system is then applied in some public spaces of the capital, such as shopping centers. So, how does this scanning system work?



How Safe Entrance Work with QR Code Scan

This QR Code check-in system can be found in the feature on the JAKI app homepage. Later, everyone is required to use the Safe Entrance feature before entering public spaces. In accordance with Governor Decree No. 1026/2021, some public places require visitors and staff to have been vaccinated at least once. Therefore, before you enter a public place, make sure you have used the Safe Entrance through JAKI by following the following steps.



  1. Open the JAKI app, then press the button next to ‘pindai untuk masuk/keluar tempat’.

  1. Enter your full name and identity number (NIK), and then select ‘Periksa’. If it is not found, then you can report it to the [email protected]

  2. Next, confirm the data by pressing ‘Konfirmasi’.

  3. Next, scan the QR code, then select ‘Masuk’.

  1. After that, it will display the color on the status and tell you whether you are allowed to enter or not.


The meaning of the color after scanning the QR Code

As mentioned above, you will find different kinds of colors after scanning the QR Code, three to be exact, they are red, orange, and green. Each color has a meaning that indicates a status whether you can continue your activities in public areas or not at all.

  • Green: Indicates that you can continue the activity inside the public spaces.

  • Orange: You'll be allowed to enter with some adjustment as per the policy.

  • Red: Indicates that you are not allowed to enter the public area.


Collaborate Together

Efforts to implement this scanning system can facilitate the process of tracing community activities strictly. The establishment of this system is the result of cooperation between the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Communication and Informatics, and the Jakarta Provincial Government. In addition to the JAKI application owned by the Provincial Government, the Safe Entrance be PeduliLindungi system is also planned to be integrated into applications owned by other startups, such as from the e-commerce sector and ride-hailing apps. Of course, the collaboration aims to reach the wider community.


Therefore, let's move together, let's reduce the spread of coronavirus during activities in public spaces, by scanning QR Code through the JAKI application. Don't forget to also implement 6M health protocols: wash your hands, wear masks, keep your distance, avoid crowds, avoid eating together, and reduce mobility! You can get JAKI on Google Play Store or Apps Store.


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Syora Alya Eka Putri

Seorang content writer di Jakarta Smart City yang sedang menempuh pendidikan Magister Kebijakan Pembangunan Sosial di Universitas Indonesia.

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