Ciputra Mall Semarang officers help visitors who will scan the QR code through the Pedulilindungi application as a condition for entering the mall in Semarang, Tuesday. [ANTARA/ I.C.Senjaya]
SuaraJawaCentral.id – Ciputra Mall Semarang City has reopened. However, not just anyone can enter the mall.
Visitors who come must have a Covid-19 vaccine certificate or negative Covid-19 or a PCR certificate.
It is known that Semarang City is one of the areas that are allowed to open malls. However, there are several conditions that must be met, including a certificate of having been vaccinated.
The trial of opening malls was carried out in 138 shopping centers and malls in Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang and Surabaya. The trial period will last for one week, which is August 10-16, 2021.
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The manager of Ciputra Mall Semarang, Ani Suyatni, said that officers were ready to assist incoming visitors regarding the Care for Protection application requirements.
“Visitors must download the Pedulilindungi application and then scan the QR code that has been prepared,” he said in Semarang, Tuesday (10/8/2021).
He hopes that the socialization will be carried out so that people who will visit will not be disappointed because they cannot enter the mall.
Meanwhile, General Manager of Pollux Paragon Mall Semarang Lie Jimmy said officers at the mall entrance had been prepared to help visitors who came.
“With the opening of the mall, Paragon is expected to be a model for other malls,” he said.
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Head of Semarang City Satpol PP Fajar Purwoto added, from the observations carried out, the opening of the mall in the capital city of Central Java went smoothly and in an orderly manner.
“Tested in a mall in Semarang because it is judged that the cases have started to decline,” he said.
Order of the Minister of Commerce
The trial implementation of the mall opening refers to the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 30 of 2021 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 4, Level 3, and Level 2 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions.
“Although there are still various restrictions, it is hoped that the reopening of shopping centers and malls can have a positive impact on the national economy. For that, we urge all relevant parties to carry out the rules that have been set with discipline,” said the Minister of Trade Muhammad Lutfi. 11/8/2021).
During the trial period, shopping centers and malls are allowed to operate from 10:00 to 20:00 WIB with a maximum capacity of 25 percent.
All visitors including employees must have been vaccinated and can be proven by a Vaccine Certificate in the PeduliLindung application, in good health, and wearing masks.
All visitors and employees are required to scan the QR code when entering and leaving the location so that it can be recorded properly.
For those who have not or cannot be vaccinated for health reasons or are Covid-19 survivors, they must show proof of a negative antigen test (maximum 1×24 hours) or proof of a negative PCR test (max 2×24 hours) along with an ID card.
Antigen and PCR test evidence must be accompanied by a digitally verifiable QR code.
Meanwhile, children under 12 years old and parents over 70 years old are not allowed to enter. Entertainment venues such as cinemas, children’s playgrounds, and other entertainment venues are still closed for the time being. Restaurants can only be ordered for takeout and delivery, except in open areas.
“If a positive case of Covid-19 is found in the future, shopping centers or malls will be closed for three days,” added the Trade Minister.
The Trade Minister hopes that all parties always apply the health protocols that have been strictly established.
“By continuing to apply the health protocols, the risk of Covid-19 transmission in shopping centers and malls will be much reduced and the public can always move safely and comfortably,” said the Trade Minister.
Vaccination in Central Java is only 18 percent
The vaccination program in Central Java has only reached 18.83 percent. Of the 28 million target population, only about 5.4 million people have been vaccinated.
Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo said the low vaccination achievement was due to insufficient vaccine stock from the center for Central Java.
“We continue to accelerate. Every time a vaccine shipment arrives, we distribute it directly and directly inject it into the regions. Banyumas is good, how many vaccine shipments should they be ready to issue. That’s why I have communicated with the Minister of Health, so that vaccination in Central Java is accelerated,” he said. .
From the target of 28 million, the first dose of vaccination in Central Java, Ganjar continued, was only 5.4 million. While the second dose of vaccination is only about 3 million.
“So it’s still a long time. So we ask the central government to speed things up. We in the area are ready to execute,” he explained.