The Indonesian government is mulling over a plan to start easing the COVID-19 social restrictions in June to allow businesses to resume operations gradually. The plan, which is still under development, aims to restore “business as usual” by the end of July.
According to the plan, grocery stores and shopping malls will be allowed to resume limited operations on June 8. In mid-June, museums may reopen with social distancing for visitors, schools with staggered schedules and exercising outdoors will be permitted also.
On July 6, restaurants, bars, cafes and gyms may start opening with tight health protocols in place, followed by lifting restrictions on travel and public worship. Make no mistake: the world of work will never be the same again. The COVID -19 pandemic will change how we work. These changes will extend to how individuals commute, enter workplaces, interact with others, manage tasks, and more.
Base on the Indonesian government business recovery plan, Kali Majapahit Indonesia will soon open its regular classes partially. Sasana Kali Majapahit – Jakarta 1 at Kemang Timur (South Jakarta) will start its regular class on June 3, 2020(open hours: every Wednesday at 18.30 – 20.00 hrs and 20.00 – 21.30 hrs). As members will return to classes, KM Indonesia will need to evaluate class schedules, class capacity, classes have to be safe and it has to be “clean and assured.”
Full operational will commence on July 6, 2020, as recommended by the Indonesian government. These will mark the re-opening of Sasana Kali Majapahit – Jakarta 2 (open hours: every Monday at 19.30 – 21.00 hrs) at Wisma Penta (Central Jakarta) and the opening of new Sasana Kali Majapahit – Tangerang 1 at Puspo Budoyo (South Tangerang).
The current crisis has also taught us the value of being prepared for pandemics. This means having policies and practices ready to go when needed. It means robust IT systems to manage work from home and other needs. People will need to change their fundamental behaviors of how training gets done and how we keep our facilities clean and assured.
Sources: The Jakarta Post