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List of Reopened City Parks during the Transitional PSBB Period in Jakarta

By Isny Dewi R

23 October 2020

16 parks in Jakarta have reopened after the implementation of the transitional Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) since 12 October.

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There is a good news for Jakartans. A total of 16 parks in the capital city have reopened after the implementation of the transitional Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) since 12 October. The entire park was reopened because it was not in the red zone for the spread of COVID-19. Apart from that, other reasons are that those parks fulfill regular procedures, and have easy access. Visitors are also limited to a maximum of 25% of normal capacity.
 
However, of course there are health protocols that visitors must obeyed to when visiting these parks, including wearing a mask, filling in the attendance list at the park, washing hands, checking body temperature, maintaining safe distance from other visitors, following the prescribed step directions. and keep moving.
 
Visitors are also not allowed to use seats, sports equipment and playground. In addition, visitors are also prohibited from crowding and bringing private vehicles, because the parking area is closed. As for children aged 0 to 9 years, pregnant women, the elderly, and people who have congenital diseases have not been allowed to enter the park, to avoid the risk of contracting the coronavirus.
 
The 16 parks in Jakarta that are reopened during the PSBB Transition include:
- Taman Lapangan Banteng
- Taman Matraman
- Taman Kebagusan I
- Taman Tabebuya
- Taman Swadarma
- Taman Gandaria Tengah
- Taman Cattleya
- Taman Green Garden
- Taman Jalur Hijau Kosambi
- Taman Delonix
- Taman Apung
- Taman PPA
- Taman Piknik
- Taman Sungai Kendal
- Taman Sarang Bango
- Taman Bintaro

 

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