The Rules of Micro-Based Community Activities (PPKM) During Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr

By Lissa | 26 April 2021 10:20:55 | 146 | 0
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The government again extended the Implementation of Restrictions on Micro-Based Community Activities (PPKM), from April 20 to May 3, 2021 through the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs (Inmendagri) Number 9 of 2021. In this Inmendagri, the government regulates a number of policies during Ramadan and ahead of Eid al-Fitr 1442 H.


"To prevent the increase in transmission of Covid-19 during the Holy Month of Ramadan and ahead of Eid al-Fitr 1442 H / Year 2021, monitoring, control and evaluation activities are carried out," as quoted by The Minister of Trade Tito Karnavian on Monday (19/4).


The governor and regent/mayor socialized the elimination of Eid al-Fitr homecoming to residents and overseas residents in the region. If there is a violation, sanctions are carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

In the event that there are people who travel across provinces/ districts / cities without having certain travel administration documents, then the head of the village or lurah through the village post / village post prepares a self-quarantine place for 5x24 hours with the application of health protocols. Quarantine fee is charged to the person concerned.

The people who will travel must present certain travel administration documents or permits issued by the village head/ lurah. The permit is accompanied by a wet signature or electronic signature and the identity of the prospective traveler.

Meanwhile, the transportation sector and Pamong Praja Police Unit (Satpol PP) strengthen, control, and supervise people's travel at checkpoint posts in their respective areas. This was done with the TNI and The National Police during Ramadan and ahead of Eid al-Fitr.

Community Protection Unit (Satlinmas), BPBD, and fire departments increase preparedness and active involvement in preventing and addressing public activities that can disrupt the peace and order of the community. In addition, it prevents people from gathering or crowds in public facilities, entertainment, tourism, and worship during Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr celebrations.

Not to forget to also anticipate the weather conditions that have the potential for natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, landslides, and erupting mountains. Local governments can issue policies in applying specific criteria and requirements facing Ramadan and ahead of Eid al-Fitr as long as it does not conflict with the guidelines issued by the relevant ministries/institutions.