Bogor Regent Ade Yasin Does Not Apply Odd-even, But The Partition At The Top Still Applies

BOGOR - Bogor Regent Ade Yasin firmly stated that Bogor Regency, West Java, did not implement the odd-even vehicle system, as was done by several regions to suppress community mobility.

"We are still guided by government regulations. We are still blocking in crowded places such as the Puncak route", said Ade Yasin, quoted by Antara, Thursday, August 12.

The chairman of the Bogor Regency COVID-19 Handling Task Force said that until now his party was still in the corridor of provisions from the central government in the Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM).

"We are following the government's direction, there has been no movement outside the government's instructions because indeed we want the success of this PPKM so that the level of infection (COVID-19) is under control", said Ade Yasin.

He explained that the Bogor Regency COVID-19 Handling Task Force divided the focus of PPKM supervision into three rings, namely urban areas, tourist attractions, and border routers.

Specifically for border control, it is carried out at eight points, namely Jasinga on the border with Lebak, in Parungpanjang on the border with Tangerang, in Parung on the border with Depok, in Gunungputri on the border with Bekasi.

Then in Cileungsi the border with Bekasi, in Cibinong the border with Depok, in Cigombong the border with Sukabumi, and at Simpang Gadog from the direction of Jakarta.

Meanwhile, urban surveillance was carried out by closing several main roads around Cibinong and Sentul, namely Jalan Cikempong-Pakansari Stadium and Simpang Sentul-Pakansari Stadium. Both roads are closed from 20.00 WIB - 04.00 WIB.

Ade Yasin said that the supervision of tourism places was carried out by the COVID-19 Handling Task Force to the village level, to ensure that all tourist attractions in remote villages were closed.