Car Free Day for the new normal adaptation period
In Jakarta, the PSBB (Large Scale Social Restrictions) have been phased out in June, and about two months As if to vent the frustration that has built up during the self-restraint in the interim, last week's 21 Car Free Day (CFD, HBKB = Hari Bebas in Indonesian) resumed on Sunday. Jakarta citizens crowded into the Kendaraan Bermotor (Kendaraan Bermotor) in large numbers, and the crowd was so large Feeling threatened by the denseness by the Jakarta Provincial Government today, Sunday 28, from Thamrin Street Ban Car Free Day on Sudirman Street to 32 locations in the city so that the denseness is dispersed instead. The strategy was to establish a pedestrian zone.
I think it's a very positive and good idea, even though it's not actually a pedestrian mall. Regardless, quite a few people gathered at the Hotel Indonesia (Bundaran HI) They ended up with people sitting and chatting in their chin masks without any distance between them and the Department of Transportation. Dishub (Dinas Perhubungan), Civil Service Police Satpol PP ( Satuan Polisi Pamong Praja), Police Polisi, Army TNI and others note It seems that they have gone around.
Indonesia's anti-corona measures have been implemented by the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB = Badan Nasional (Penanggulangan Bencana), a former commander of the Army Special Forces (Copassu) in The Corona Task Force (Gugus), headed by Secretary Doni Monardo Tugas Percepatan Penanganan COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease Task Force) to coordinate and oversee the Indonesian government's efforts to accelerate mitigation. It's a central part of the process, but the batik shirts are a reluctant public relations officer's publicity to the media. Mr. Achmad Yurianto and former Miss International Dr. Reisa Broto, a beautiful female doctor who became the Indonesian representative of the (Asmoro) duo has made a presentation on the status of the infection and measures to combat it, and this publicity to the public I think the way in which Japan should learn from Indonesia.
According to Dr. Reisa, the period of adaptation to the new normal (kondisi adaptasi In kebiasaan baru), lack of exercise lowers the immune system (menurunkan imunitas) and thus increase the risk of infection (risiko terinfeksi) in moderation Boost your immunity with good exercise (olahraga dalam intensitas sedang) ( (meningkatkan imunitas) but intense high-intensity intervals that are important Training (latihan dengan intensitas tinggi) on the contrary immunity The following is a list of precautions to take when exercising in public
- For non-movement exercises
The best exercise to do in public places is non-mobile exercise (like aerobics?) But if there are people around, they are not facing each other in parallel (sejajar dengan orang). (lain) Maintain a minimum distance of 2 meters.
- For walking
Keep a distance of 5 meters from the walker in front of you.
- For joggers
Keep a distance of 10 meters from the runner in front of you.
- For cycling
Keep a distance of 20 meters from the biker in front of you. The point is that the physical distance increases in proportion to the speed of movement.
- Bathing and disinfecting equipment after exercise
Before bathing and changing into clean clothes, do not touch anything or come in contact with family members, and disinfect any equipment used in exercise.
The unprecedented bicycle boom is upon us.
Just last night when I drove through the area of Sudirman Road from Sunayan, there were so many bicycles that I thought Jakarta had become like China a long time ago, and I was very cautious about driving because of the number of bicycles, and as if they were getting high, they were obstructing the roadway even if they overstepped in the middle of the roadway with a look of indifference.
During the PSBB, Indonesians who recognized the necessity of exercise for some reason seemed to be enjoying a bicycle boom, and the sales of bicycle shops in the city, which used to be a mere one or two bikes sold in normal times, jumped to 40 juta a day.
In fact, during the PSBB, we went to ACE Hardware to look at bicycles too, and 2 I was surprised to see that most of the affordable bicycles for about juta or less had a SOLD OUT tag on them. However, most of the models are sporty models that are driven with a forward leaning posture, and I personally like to drive them. Japanese with a stable feel inside and a convenient basket to go shopping in Indomaret. I want a mamachari, but I still haven't seen one in Indonesia.
The Jakarta Provincial Transportation Department has been promoting bicycle use for several years now to reduce air pollution caused by the emissions of two-wheeled and four-wheeled vehicles that are emitted from the ever-increasing number of motorcycles and four-wheeled vehicles, and they have already installed a bicycle route (jalur sepeda) around Sunayan, but this time they expect the number of cyclists in the area to increase tenfold in the future with the installation of a bicycle route in the leftmost lane of Sudirman and Thamrin streets.