Newsdelivers.com – Good news comes from the entertainment world, especially for Indonesian music lovers. Government through the Minister of Communications and Informatics Johnny G. Plate said that the government gave permission to organize large activities. But still with the obligation to follow the guidelines that have been set. This was implemented to accelerate the recovery of the national economy, especially in the tourism sector, in line with the improving situation of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Considering the need for us to accommodate community activities so that they remain productive but also safe from COVID-19, the government can now give permission to hold large-scale events and meetings involving many people, as long as they comply with the implementation guidelines that have been set,” Johnny said. brilio.net from a written statement, Monday (27/9).
This policy aims to support the acceleration of national economic recovery, especially in the tourism sector. Johnny hopes that the recovery of the tourism sector can become an engine that drives economic activity and has a positive derivative impact on other sectors.
These large-scale activities are activities that involve a large number of participants or invitees from various places, such as conferences, trade fairs, sporting events, concert festivals, large wedding parties and events, and League 1 and League 2 football competitions.
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“Of course the implementation of the two major events has been through discussions with various parties,” he said.
Johnny said that this year’s XX Papua National Sports Week (PON) is an example of large-scale activities according to the guidelines being implemented.
“Guidelines and good practices in organizing XX PON will be a valuable experience for Indonesia to hold large-scale activities during the pandemic,” he explained.
Permits for large activities will be given as long as the Covid-19 case is under control, each organizer must coordinate carefully with the government and the local Covid-19 Task Force.
This good news is certainly a breath of fresh air for music activists. The reason is that since the pandemic, large-scale concert activities cannot be carried out. Music concerts must be held online.
(brl / tin)