Thursday, 02 Jul 2020

Kuansing Regional Police tighten Riau-West Sumatra Border, To Prevent Covid 19 Spread


Kuansing Regional Police tighten Riau-West Sumatra Border, To Prevent Covid 19 SpreadKuansing Regional Police tighten Riau-West Sumatra Border, To Prevent Covid 19 Spread - Kuansing Regional Police and Kuantan Singingi Covid-19 Task Force Task Force, assisted by Ditsabhara and Riau Police Mobile Brigade Personnel, conduct surveillance in the border area of ??Riau Province - West Sumatra, to Prevent the Spread of Covid-19 in the Riau-Sumbar border, which began on Saturday (Saturday) 5/23) then.

Kuansing Police Chief Adjunct Senior Commissioner Henky Poerwanto SIK, MM explained the activity was running synergistically and was well coordinated, together with West Sumatra Regional Police Sijunjung Police AKBP Andri Kurniawan, SIK.

"Me and my friend Sijunjung Police Chief (AKBP Andri Kurniawan, SIK) always update coordinate during carrying out these activities. This is to insulate residents who want to go home to Sijunjung and Kuansing," said the Kuansing Chief of Police AKBP Henky Poerwanto SIK, MM through the Public Relations Sub-Bureau of Public Relations Polres , Iptu Juliart L. Tobing told reporters Kuansing.

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Alhamdulillah, the activities went well and smoothly. From the implementation of these activities, up to early morning on May 24, 2020, there were 105 vehicles going to Sijunjung Regency, West Sumatra. "Our installation of 34 vehicles was allowed to cross the Kasang Check Point to continue the journey, while 71 of our vehicles were directed to turn back towards Kuantan Bay," he said.

He said, Residents who want to go home to West Sumatra through Kasang Point Checkpoint should we direct them to turn around. "I ask the public, especially those going home to West Sumatra, so that with full awareness to understand and understand this, the Sijunjung region of West Sumatra is implementing PSBB. This is in our mutual interest, also in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19," he added.

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However, he said, there were also vehicles that were allowed to cross the Kasang checkpoint heading to Sijunjung, West Sumatra, namely vehicles loaded with community staples, as well as vehicles that were allowed to pass under Regulation of the Minister of Transportation Number 25 of 2020, concerning Transportation Control during the Idul Fitri homecoming period of 1441 Hijri, in the context of Preventing the Spread of COVID-19, "he said.

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