Denpasar City Satpol PP returned 29 migrant residents who wanted to work in one of the Gas Warehouse Companies in the Banjar Mertha Gangga area, Tegal Kertha Village.
The repatriation was carried out based on the agreement of Kelian Banjar Mertha Gangga and Perbekel of Tegal Kertha Village, which did not receive visitors until the conditions were conducive to the name Covid-19 virus. This was conveyed by Kasatpol PP Denpasar City I Dewa Gede Anom Sayoga when met (Friday (12/6). Sayoga further claimed that 29 people were residents from Madura and Surabaya, where the area was a covid 19 red zone. Even the place they were going to also in the condition of the red zone. "So in order to break the chain of transmission of Covid-19 we take decisive action to repatriate them today too," Sayoga said.
This repatriation was carried out considering that their area was a red zone and had been infected by co 19, we forcibly repatriated them in collaboration with the Jembrana Regency Satpol PP and ASDP Gilimanuk.
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