All businesses such as hotels, restaurants and others must prepare the Care application
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, KENDARI — The government of Kendari City, Southeast Sulawesi asked all managers of business premises in this area to optimize the use of CareProtect for visitors to prevent Covid-19 and the new variant of Omicron. The Regional Secretary of Kendari City Nahwa Umar in Kendari, Thursday (6/1/2022) said that the government is paying high attention to efforts to prevent the new variant of the Omicron type of Covid-19 whose cases continue to increase in several regions in Indonesia.
“We have determined, basically all businesses such as hotels, restaurants, nightlife, restaurants, and others must prepare applications CareProtect. So when people want to enter, they have to wear CareProtect as proof that he has been vaccinated,” he said.
According to Nahwa, one of the efforts to prevent Omicron variants and increase vaccination coverage is that all places must implement the application CareProtect so that someone who has not vaccinated can be identified. In addition, he said that the government would give one week of time for businesses that implement the installation CareProtect. After that, the Task Force Team and the Judiciary will see its implementation in the field.
“So, technically, each business will have to prepare a barcode CareProtect. So, when people come, they have to scan. If he’s not there CareProtectYes, you have to get vaccinated first,” he said.
He asked the manager of the place of business not to allow visitors to enter if detected on the site CareProtect have not vaccinated to prevent Covid-19 and the new variant of Omicron.
“This means that those who have not been vaccinated are not allowed to enter tourist attractions, restaurants, hotels and other places of business,” he said.
The head of the Kendari Health Office, Rahminingrum, said that to date there have been no reports of cases of Omicron in this area. Even so, he asked all parties not to be careless but remain vigilant by implementing strict health protocols including following the vaccination program to complete doses.
“Although there are no confirmed cases, there are no active cases, we must remain vigilant, wear masks, keep a distance, including following vaccinations,” he said.