JAKARTADAILY.ID - Jakarta Metropolitan Police continued to conduct health protocol raids on several nightclubs in Jakarta on Wednesday, February 2, 2022, early morning.
During this raid, officers found some health protocol violations in several bars in South Jakarta.
A total of five locations were raided, namely Swill House on Jenderal Sudirman Street, Bengkel Space on Jenderal Sudirman Street, Odin on Senopati Street, CODE in W Home Senopati, and Dronk on Kemang Raya Street.
Director of Narcotics Department at Jakarta Metropolitan Police Mukti Juharsa said that officers found health protocols violations against three bars and immediately sealed them during the raid.
"Officers closed the places, or put up police line," said Mukti in a statement, Thursday, February 3, 2022.
Mukti explained that the first patrol was carried out at Swill House at around 00:03 Western Indonesian Time. During the patrol, some visitors had just left, but no violation of operating hours was found.
Then officers continued their patrol to Bengkel Space at around 00.10, but it had closed, following the health protocol provisions.
Patrols continued in Odin at around 00.20 WIB, and an inspection was carried out to find visitors and violations of operating hours.
At that location, the officer also conducted a random antigen swab test on 5 visitors with all non-reactive results.
"And did a urine check on 1 visitor and the manager. Both were negative," he said.
After that, a patrol was carried out at CODE in W Home Senopati at 01.05 WIB where violations of operating hours were found.
The officers also conducted a random antigen swab test for 6 visitors. The results for 5 people were non-reactive 1 person was reactive.
"The name (of the person with reactive test result) was Cantika Jessica Somma. She was told to undergo self-quarantine. Then the officers sealed the place by installing a police line," he said.
The operation was also conducted at a Dronk entertainment hotspot in Kemang, South Jakarta, at 01.50.
The officers found that there were still many visitors and violations of operating hours.
"Thus, the officers conducted a random antigen swab test on 3 visitors with all non-reactive results. Then the officers sealed the place by installing a police line," he said.
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