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Last updated : September 20, 2022

Last revision :  Last Updated on Tuesday, 20th September 2022 at 12:00 pm

Reason modified :

  • Updates inline with Indonesian Law of Personal Data Protection which has been release to public.
  • Removed the Personal Data Protection (PDP) Act’s link to be replaced with the latest link from the Republic of Indonesia Government.

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POPIT SNACK PLATFORM COMPLIANCE DOCUMENTS

A collection of laws and regulations to ensure the existence and development of PT Mandiri Tunggal Sejahtera Berkarya in Indonesia based on the company legal basis, starting from the 1945 Constitution, Government Laws, Government Regulations, Presidential Regulations, Ministerial Regulations and other related Institutional Regulations.

All of these regulations can be read on this Regulatory Compliance / Company Legal Basis page. Each regulation is accompanied by a summary to facilitate tracing the contents, the origin of the delegation, and the implementing regulations. By the inclusion of the Regulations page of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia on this site, it means that the Company PT. Mandiri Tunggal Sejahtera Berkarya has implemented the Indonesian Standard Classification of Business Fields (KBLI) in the form of a reference classification used to classify the company’s economic activities/activities related to the legislation in the  Republic of Indonesia.

Legal Basis of Company Operation

THINGS ABOUT SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESS

  • Law Number 11 of 2020 concerning Job Creation;
  • Law Number 16 of 2000 concerning General Provisions and Tax Procedures;
  • Law number 17 of 2017 concerning the 2005-2025 Long-Term National Development Plan;
  • Law number 18 of 2002 concerning the National System of Research, Development, and Application of Science and Technology;
  • Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 7 of 2021 concerning Ease, Protection, and Empowerment of Cooperatives and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs);
  • Government Regulation number 20 of 2005 concerning Transfer of Intellectual Property Technology and the Results of Research and Development Activities by Universities and Research and Development Institutes;
  • Presidential Regulation No. 27 of 2013 concerning Entrepreneurial Incubator Development;
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 of 2012 concerning Research and Development Technical Assistance to Business Entities;
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia number 13 of 2015 concerning the Strategic Plan of the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education for 2015-2019 7. Regulation of the Minister of Cooperatives and SMEs number 24 of 2015 concerning Norms, Standards, Procedures, and Implementation Criteria Incubator;
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia No. 97/PMK.05/2009, BN 2009/NO 106 concerning Service Tariffs for Public Service Agencies for Marketing Service Agencies for Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises at the State Ministry for Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises;
  • Regulation of the Director General of Taxes of the Republic of Indonesia Number: PER-08/PJ/2020;
  • Decree of the Director General of Taxes of the Republic of Indonesia Number KEP-161/PJ./2001;
  • Decree of the Director General of Strengthening Innovation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23/F/Kp/V/2017 concerning Technical Guidelines for Distribution of Government Assistance within the Directorate General of Strengthening Innovation;
  • Decision of the Commitment-Making Officer at the Directorate of Industrial Innovation and the Directorate of Technology-Based Start-ups, No: 004/F1/PPK.2/Kp/III/2019 concerning Determination of Recipients of Financing for Technology-Based Start-Up Companies Funded by the 2019 State Budget.

Which explains about Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) related to corporate tax obligations to the legal basis of companies participating in government programs as technology-based startups.

PT. Mandiri Tunggal Sejahtera Berkarya states that company is registered as a foster partner of the Ministry of Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia / Indonesian Research and Innovation Agency, Ministry of Cooperatives and SMEs of the Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology of the Republic of Indonesia, National Cyber ​​and Crypto Agency of the Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Trade Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises of the Republic of Indonesia for Telkom Indonesia, Food Startup Indonesia, Government partners and Provincial Offices of West Java, Government partners and Bandung City Office, Bandung City Chamber of Commerce and Industry, BPPKU Bandung, Government fostered partners and the Bandung Regency Office (Sabilulungan).

PT. Mandiri Tunggal Sejahtera Berkarya is fully supported by the Business Incubator Center; BiCube Incubator STIA LAN Bandung Polytechnic as accelerator and incubator and Business Incubation Center – Oorange Padjadjaran University as the main incubator in the 2019 PPBT program.

 

THINGS ABOUT SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESS REGION ASEAN – ASIA PACIFIC

  • 2007 Cebu Declaration On The Acceleration Of The Establishment Of An ASEAN Community By 2015 Signed By Heads Of State/ Government In Cebu, The Philippines On 13 January 2007;
  • the ASEAN Charter ( Chapter of The Association of Southeast ASEAN Nations );
  • Presidential Instruction of the Republic of Indonesia Number 6 of 2014 concerning Enhancing Competitiveness in Facing the ASEAN Economic Community;
  • Decree of the President of the Republic of Indonesia Number 37 of 2014 concerning the National Committee for the Preparation of the Implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community ( Association of South East Asian Nations ) / MEA / AEC.

Which explains the implementation of the MEA aims to create a single market and production base that is stable, prosperous, highly competitive, and economically integrated with effective regulations for trade and investment, in which there is a free flow of goods, services, investment and capital. as well as facilitating the freedom of movement of business actors and workers. MEA implementation will focus on 12 priority sectors, consisting of 7 (seven) goods sectors; (agricultural industry, electronic equipment, automotive, fishery, rubber-based industry, wood-based industry, and textiles) and 5 (five) service sectors; (air transportation, health services, tourism, logistics, and information technology industry or e-ASEAN).

 

THINGS REGARDING TRADE AND COMMERCE

  • Law Number 7 of 2014 concerning Trade;
  • Law Number 10 of 1995 concerning Customs;
  • Law Number 17 of 2006 concerning amendments to Law Number 10 of 1995 concerning Customs;
  • Government Regulation No. 34 of 1996 concerning Anti-damping Duties and Compulsory Duties;
  • Decree of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number 136/MPP/Kep/6/1996 concerning the Establishment of the Indonesian Antidumping Committee;
  • Decree of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number 172/MPP/Kep/10/2000 concerning the Organization and Working Procedures of Antidumping Organization Teams;
  • Decree of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number 427/MPP/Kep/10/2000 concerning the Indonesian Anti-dumping Committee;
  • Decree of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number 428/MPP/kep/10/2000 concerning the Appointment of Members of the Indonesian Antidumping Committee;
  • Decree of the Minister of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number 216/MPP/Kep/7/2001 concerning Amendment to the Decree of the Minister of Industry Number 261/MPP/kep/9/1996 concerning the procedures for filing requirements for investigation of dumping goods and goods containing subsidies;
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number 37/M-Dag/per/9/2008 concerning certificate of origin for imported goods subject to safeguards.

Which explains the matter of Trade which contains the main material in accordance with the scope of regulation which includes the sector of Domestic Trade, Foreign Trade, Border Trade, Standardization, Trade through Electronic Systems, protection and security of Trade, empowerment of cooperatives and micro, small and medium enterprises, development Exports, International Trade Cooperation, Trade Information Systems, government duties and authorities in the trade sector, National Trade Committee, supervision, and investigation.

 

THINGS ABOUT SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESS LEGAL ENTITIES

  • Law Number 8 of 1985 concerning the Capital Market;
  • Law Number 20 of 2008 concerning Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises;
  • Law Number 40 of 2007 concerning Limited Liability Companies;
  • Government Regulation Number 7 of 2021 concerning Ease, Protection, and Empowerment of Cooperatives and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.

Which explains about Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises which have several regulatory points that are closely related to the implementation of Sustainable Finance in Indonesia and matters related to corporate legal entities.

 

CONCERNING CONSUMER PROTECTION

  • Law Number 1 of 1987 concerning the Chamber of Commerce and Industry;
  • Law Number 3 of 2014 concerning Industry;
  • Law Number 8 of 1999 concerning Consumer Protection;
  • Law Number 18 of 2012 concerning Food;
  • Law Number 32 of 2002 concerning Broadcasting;
  • Law Number 36 Year 2009 concerning Health;
  • Law Number 40 of 2007 concerning Limited Liability Companies;
  • Law Number 69 of 2007 concerning Food Labels and Advertisements;
  • Government Regulation No. 28 of 2004 concerning Food Safety, Quality, and Nutrition;
  • Government Regulation Number 86 of 2019 concerning Food Safety;
  • Regulation of the Minister of Religion Number 26 of 2019 concerning the Implementation of Halal Product Guarantees;
  • Regulation of the Food and Drug Supervisory Agency Number 8 of 2020 concerning Control of Drugs and Food Circulated Online.

Which explains the matter of Trade and Food Production managed by the Company as an industrial category.

 

THINGS REGARDING THE VALIDITY OF INFORMATION BASED ON CYBERJOURNALISTIC ACTIVITIES

  • Law Number 40 of 1999 concerning the Press and Journalistic Code of Ethics.

Which explains the matter of mass communication vehicles that carry out journalistic activities which include seeking, obtaining, possessing, storing, processing, and conveying information in the form of writing, sound, images, sounds and images, as well as data and graphics as well as in other forms using print media. , electronic media and all kinds of available channels.

 

THINGS REGARDING THE VALIDITY OF PUBLIC INFORMATION

  • Law Number 14 of 2008 concerning Public Information Disclosure;
  • Law Number 43 of 2009 concerning Archives;
  • Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 61 of 2010 concerning the Implementation of Law Number 14 of 2008 concerning Openness of Public Information;
  • Decree of the Minister of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number: 121/MPP/Kep/2/2002 concerning Provisions for Submission of Company’s Annual Financial Statements;
  • Information Commission Regulation Number 1 of 2010 concerning Public Information Service Standards;
  • Information Commission Regulation Number 1 of 2013 concerning Procedures for Settlement of Public Information Disputes.

Which explains the Submission of Company Information to the Public / General Audience.

 

THINGS REGARDING ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC

  • Information and Electronic Transaction Law or Law Number 11 of 2008 or UU-ITE;
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5 of 2015;
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia Number 7 of 2018;
  • Circular Letter of the Ministry of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3 of 2016 regarding the Provision of Application Services and/or Content Through the Internet ( Over The Top );
  • Circular Letter of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5 of 2016 concerning Limitations and Responsibilities of  Platform Providers  and Traders ( Merchant ) for Trading Through Electronic Systems ( Electronic Commerce );
  • Circular Letter of the Ministry of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5 of 2016 concerning  Safe Harbor Policy .

Which explains the law that regulates users of information and electronic transactions carried out using electronic media. This ITE Law was created to regulate and facilitate the use and transaction of information and electronic transactions that are widely used today. This UU-ITE is also used to protect parties that are in or related to this Information and Electronic Transactions.

 

THINGS REGARDING ELECTRONIC SYSTEM OPERATION AND TRANSACTION

  • The Personal Data Protection Law (PDP);
  • Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 of 2012 concerning the Implementation of Electronic Systems and Transactions (PSTE);
  • Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia 71 of 2019 concerning Electronic System and Transaction Operators (PSTE) ;
  • Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 72 of 2019 divides Electronic System Operators (PSE) into two types, namely PSE Public Scope and PSE Private Scope;
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia Number 36 of 2014 concerning Procedures for Registration of Electronic System Operators;
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5 of 2020 concerning Private Scope Electronic System Operators (PSE);
  • Regulation of the Minister of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia Number 10 of 2021 concerning Amendments to Regulation of the Minister of Communication and Information Number 5 of 2020 concerning Operators of Private Electronic Systems;
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia Number 11 of 2019 concerning Control of Telecommunication Devices Connected in Cellular Networks Through IMEI Identification ( International Mobile Equipment Identity );
  • Regulation of the Ministry of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 of 2016 concerning Personal Data Protection (PDP).

It is stated in the Government Regulation Number 82 of 2012 concerning the Implementation of Electronic Transactions that it must pay attention to aspects of security, constraints, and efficiency; perform domestic transaction data storage; utilizing the national gateway, if it involves more than one Electronic System Operator; and utilize the domestic Electronic System network. Electronic System Operator is any person, state administrator, Business Entity, and community that provides, manages, and/or operates Electronic System individually or jointly to Electronic System Users for their own needs and/or needs of other parties.

 

THINGS REGARDING PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION

  • The 2nd Precept of Pancasila, Just and Civilized Humanity;
  • 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Article 28, in particular Article 28 G paragraph (1);
  • Law Number 8 of 1999 concerning Consumer Protection;
  • Law Number 14 of 2008 concerning Public Information Disclosure;
  • Law Number 19 of 2016. Amendments to Law Number 11 of 2008 concerning Information and Electronic Transactions;
  • Law Number 24 of 2013 concerning Amendments to Law Number 23 of 2006 concerning Population Administration;
  • Law Number 36 Year 2009 concerning Health;
  • Law Number 39 of 1999 concerning Human Rights;
  • Regulation of the Minister of Communication and Information Technology Number 20 of 2016 concerning Protection of Personal Data in Electronic Systems;
  • Government Regulation (PP) Number 71 of 2019 concerning the Implementation of Electronic Systems and Transactions (PSTE);
  • Government Regulation (PP) Number 80 of 2019. Trading Through Electronic Systems;
  • Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 of 2012 concerning the Implementation of Electronic Systems and Transactions;
  • International Convention on Civil and Political Rights or International Number 19 concerning International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights;
  • European Court of Human Rights Convention No. 108, Article number 8 Concerning privacy;
  • EU and ASEAN Regional Conventions;
  • United States The National Strategy for Trusted Identity in Cyberspace (NSTIC);
  • The 1980 OECD Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows (soft law);
  • The Charter of Rights (CFR) of the EU under Article 7, Affirming that the High Contracting Parties;
  • The Charter of Rights (CFR) of the EU under Article 8, defines personal data as a fundamental human right;
  • The Treaty on European Union Article 16 and 6(1) TEU (Charter);
  • Directive Regulation (EU) 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24th October 1995 on the protection of individuals ;
  • Directive Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing data.

Which explains that Personal Data Protection in Indonesia specifically affects nine sectors, including the state and government sector, law, personal data processing governance, culture, human resources, and international relations. The Personal Data Protection Act will strengthen trust and recognition in Indonesia’s leadership in global data governance. Currently, Indonesia is the 5th country in ASEAN that has a legal umbrella for personal data protection.

REGARDING THE LEGAL PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

  • Law Number 14 of 2001 concerning Patents;
  • Law Number 15 of 2001 concerning Marks;
  • Law Number 28 of 2014 concerning Copyright;
  • Law Number 30 of 2000 concerning Trade Secrets;
  • Law Number 31 of 2000 concerning Industrial Designs;
  • Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA);
  • The Berne Convention;
  • The World Intellectual Property Organization;
  • The EU Copyright Directive (2001/29/EC);
  • Rome Convention.

Which explains about Intellectual Property that arises automatically based on declarative principles after a work is manifested in a tangible form without reducing restrictions in accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations. Intellectual Property Protection established by the Indonesian government applies internationally, in partnership with the Directorate General of Intellectual Property – Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia.

 

THINGS ABOUT ENTITIES IN PROCUREMENT OF GOODS AND SERVICES

  • Law Number 11 of 2019 concerning the National System of Science and Technology;
  • Law Number 11 of 2008 concerning Information and Electronic Transactions;
  • Presidential Regulation Number 16 of 2018 concerning Government Procurement of Goods/Services;
  • LKPP Regulation Number 14 of 2018 concerning the Goods/Services Procurement Work Unit;
  • LKPP Regulation Number 07 of 2020 concerning Amendments to LKPP Regulation Number 11 of 2018 concerning Electronic Catalogs;
  • LKPP Regulation Number 9 of 2018 concerning E-Tendering Procedures;
  • Decree of the Minister of Research and Technology/Head of BRIN Number 150/M/KPT/2020 dated August 7, 2020 concerning Guidance on Assessment and Notification of Inclusion of Innovation Products in the Sector Electronic Catalog of Innovation Products.

Those who explain about the instructions and guidelines for the participation of an entity can follow the system of procurement of goods and services carried out by service providers (Government Goods/Services Procurement Policy Institute). PT. Mandiri Tunggal Sejahtera Berkarya as a corporate entity is the parent company in every government institution that is the coach and supervisor of the company.

RELATED TO NON-NATURAL DISASTER NATIONAL PANDEMIC COVID-19 FOR COMPANY OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES

The legal basis related to the rule of law which refers to the high and low position of the legislation, is known theoretically as policy regulations (beleidregels). Thus, in general, delegation laws are laws and regulations established on the basis of orders from higher laws and regulations (referring to Law Number 12 of 2011 concerning the Establishment of Legislations).

The existence and binding power of the laws and regulations as regulated in Article 8 paragraph (1) of Law no. 12/2011, Article 8 paragraph (2) of Law no. 12/2011 not only regulates the existence of laws and regulations on the basis of delegation (regulations ordered by higher laws and regulations). Article 8 paragraph (2) of Law no. 12/2011 also confirms the existence of laws and regulations “formed on the basis of authority”.

The legal basis in accordance with the legislation passed on this page may be unwritten due to too many regulations (over regulation) and overlapping (overlapping) related to the latest policy from the regulator regarding the National Pandemic non-COVID-19 Natural Disaster in Indonesia. So, PT. Mandiri Tunggal Sejahtera Berkarya implements the Lex Posterior Derogat Legi Priori principle, which is defined as, “The elaboration in which a law may be subject to renewal due to certain factors. Every time there is a renewal, the law has a higher position than the previous law. In fact, the judiciary may override an old law or statute when a new law or statute has emerged. Especially when a law or legislation regulates the same thing. Any new laws released may replace existing regulations, laws or statutes.”.

Ordered by Law of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Government Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3 of 1951 concerning the Enforcement of the Labor Inspection Act of 1948 Number 23 of the Republic of Indonesia for the whole of Indonesia;
  • Government Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1 of 1970 concerning Occupational Safety;
  • Government Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4 of 1984 concerning Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases;
  • Government Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 6 of 2018 concerning Health Quarantine;
  • Government Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 11 of 2020 concerning Job Creation;
  • Government Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 13 of 2003 concerning Manpower;
  • Government Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 of 2007 concerning Disaster Management;
  • Government Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 36 Year 2009 concerning Health;

Sorted by Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 40 of 1991 concerning Control of Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases;
  • Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 66 of 2014 concerning Environmental Health;
  • Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 21 of 2020 concerning Large-Scale Social Restrictions in the Context of Accelerating Handling of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);

Ordered by Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 17 of 2018 concerning the Implementation of Disaster Management in Certain Circumstances;

Ordered by Decree of the President of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Decree of the President of the Republic of Indonesia Number 11 of 2020 concerning the Determination of the Public Health Emergency of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);

Sorted by Regulation of the Ministry of Government of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Regulation of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 9 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for Large-Scale Social Restrictions in the Context of Accelerating the Handling of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Regulation of the Minister of Manpower and Transmigration of the Republic of Indonesia Number PER.03/MEN/1982 concerning Occupational Health Services;

Ordered by Decree of the Ministry of Government of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Decree of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number HK.01.07/MENKES/104/2020 concerning Determination of Novel Coronavirus Infection (2019-nCoV infection) as a Disease That Can Cause Outbreaks and Efforts to Overcome it;
  • Decree of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number HK.01.07/MENKES/259/2020 concerning the Establishment of Large-Scale Social Restrictions in the City of Bandung, Cimahi City, Bandung Regency, West Bandung Regency, and Sumedang Regency, West Java Province in the Context of Accelerating the Handling of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number HK.01.07/MENKES/382/2020 concerning Protocols for Public Health in Public Places and Facilities in the Context of Preventing COVID-19;
  • Decree of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 327 of 2020 concerning the Determination of COVID-19 Due to Occupational Diseases as a Specific Occupational Disease;
  • Decree of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 328 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for the Prevention and Control of COVID-19 in the Office and Industrial Workplaces in Supporting Business Continuity in a Pandemic Situation;
  • Decree of the Director General of Supervision of Manpower and Occupational Safety and Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5/36/HM.01/IV/2020 concerning Guidelines for the Preparation of Business Continuity Planning in Facing the 2019 Corona Virus Disease Pandemic;

Sorted by Instructions at the Ministry of Government of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 01 of 2021 concerning the Enforcement of Activity Restrictions for the Enforcement of Activity Restrictions to Control the Spread of COVID-19;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 15 of 2021 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Emergency Community Activities for Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions ;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 35 of 2021 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Emergency Community Activities for Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions ;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 38 of 2021 concerning the Enforcement of Restrictions on Emergency Community Activities for Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions ;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 57 of 2021 concerning the Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 3, Level 2, and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 67 of 2021 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 3, Level 2, and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 01 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 3, Level 2, and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 03 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 3, Level 2, and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 05 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 3, Level 2, and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 06 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 3, Level 2, and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 09 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 3, Level 2, and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 10 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 3, Level 2, and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 12 of 2022 concerning the Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities at Level 4, Level 3, and Level 2 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 13 of 2022 concerning the Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities at Level 4, Level 3, and Level 2 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 16 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities at Level 4, Level 3, and Level 2 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 18 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 2 and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 2 and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 33 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 2 and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;
  • Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 38 of 2022 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 2 and Level 1 Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Java and Bali Regions;

Ordered by Circular at the Ministerial Level within the Government of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 216 of 2020 concerning the COVID-19 Prevention Protocol in the Workplace;
  • Circular of the Directorate General of P2P of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3402 of 2020 concerning Handling of People With Risk Factors and Persons with Non-Communicable Diseases (PTM) during the COVID-19 Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Manpower of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3/M/HK.04/III/2020 concerning Protection of Workers/Labourers and Business Continuity in the Context of Prevention and Control of COVID-19;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Industry of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4 of 2020 concerning Implementation of Factory Operations During the Public Health Emergency of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Circular of the Minister of Industry of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5 of 2021 concerning Amendments to Circular Letter of the Minister of Industry Number 3 of 2021 concerning Operational Permits and Mobility of Industrial Activities (IOMKI) during the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Industry of the Republic of Indonesia Number 7 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for Submission of Applications for Permits for the Implementation of Industrial Activities During Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Public Health Emergencies;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 46 of 2022 concerning Amendments to Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation Number SE 38 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Land Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic Period;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 49 of 2022 concerning Amendments to Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation Number SE 39 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Rail Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 50 of 2022 concerning Amendments to Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation Number SE 43 of 2022 concerning Instructions for Traveling People from Abroad by Sea Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 51 of 2022 concerning Amendments to Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation Number SE 42 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for Implementing Foreign Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 54 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Land Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 55 of 2022 Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Sea Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 56 of 2022 Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 57 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Rail Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 58 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Overseas Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 60 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of International Travel by Land Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 62 of 2022 concerning Amendments to Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation Number SE 58 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Travel of Foreigners by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic Period;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 68 of 2022 Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Sea Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 69 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Travel for People from Overseas by Sea Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 71 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of International Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 72 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Rail Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 73 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of International Travel by Land Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 74 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of International Travel by Land Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 88 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 93 of 2022 concerning Amendments to Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation Number SE 88 of 2021 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic Period;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 94 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Land Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 95 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Sea Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 96 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 97 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Rail Transportation during the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 96 of 2022 concerning Amendments to Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation Number SE 88 of 2021 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular of the Task Force for Handling COVID-19 of the Republic of Indonesia Number SE 22 of 2021. concerning Provisions for Travel of Domestic People During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic;
  • Circular letter from the Task Force for Handling COVID-19 of the Republic of Indonesia at the same level and equivalent;
  • Guidelines for the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia on Preparedness for the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19);

Ordered by Governor-level Regulation or Regional Regulation in the Government of the Republic of Indonesia

  • West Java Governor Regulation Number 30 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for Large-Scale Social Restrictions in the Bandung City Region, Cimahi City Region, Bandung Regency Region, West Bandung Regency, and Sumedang Regency Area;
  • West Java Governor Regulation Number 36 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for Large-Scale Social Restrictions in the Context of Accelerating the Prevention of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Province of West Java;
  • West Java Governor Regulation Number 46 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for Large-Scale Social Restrictions Proportionately According to District/City Regional Alert Levels as Preparation for the Implementation of New Habit Adaptations for Prevention and Control of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • West Java Governor Regulation Number 48 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for Micro-Scale Social Restrictions in the Context of Accelerating the Prevention of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Regency/City Areas;
  • West Java Governor Regulation Number 63 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for Public Health Risk Assessment and Adaptation of New Habits (IMR) for the Prevention and Control of COVID-19;
  • Regional Regulation Number: 5 of 2021 Amendment to the Regional Regulation of West Java Province Number 13 of 2018 concerning the Implementation of Peace, Public Order, and Community Protection;
  • Bandung Regent Regulation Number 30 of 2020 concerning the Implementation of Large-Scale Social Restrictions in the Context of Accelerating the Handling of COVID-19 in the Bandung Regency Region;

Ordered by Governor-level Decree or Regional Regulation in the Government of the Republic of Indonesia

  • West Java Governor Decree Number 443/Kep.576-hukham 2020 concerning the Extension of the Three IMRs in West Java Province Outside the BODEBEK Area in the Context of Accelerating the Handling of COVID-19;
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number 443/Kep.755-Hukham/2020 concerning the Fifth Extension of the Implementation of New Customs Adaptations for West Java Provinces Outside the BODEBEK Area in the Context of Handling COVID-19;
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number 443/Kep.783-Hukham/2020 concerning the Eighth Extension of the Implementation of Proportionally Large-Scale Social Restrictions;
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number 443/Kep.259-Hukham/2020 concerning the Enforcement of Large-Scale Social Restrictions in the West Java Region in the Context of Accelerating the Prevention of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number 443/Kep-10-Hukham/2021 concerning the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in 20 (twenty) Regencies/Cities in West Java in the Context of Handling Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number 443/Kep-11-Hukham/2021 concerning the Implementation of New Habit Adaptations in 7 (Seven) Regencies/Cities in West Java in the Context of Handling Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.33-Hukham/2021 concerning the Proportional Enforcement of Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.48-Hukham/2021 concerning the Proportionate Extension of Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.102-Hukham/2021 concerning the Second Extension of the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.132-Hukham/2021 concerning the Third Extension of the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.151-Hukham/2021 concerning the Fourth Extension of the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.182-Hukham/2021 concerning the Fifth Extension of the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.218-Hukham/2021 concerning the Sixth Extension of the Enforcement of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.254-Hukham/2021 concerning the Seventh Extension of the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.263-Hukham/2021 concerning the Eighth Extension of the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.286-Hukham/2021 concerning the Ninth Extension of the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.306-Hukham/2021 concerning the Tenth Extension of the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.316-Hukham/2021 concerning Amendments to the Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/KEP.306-HUKHAM/2021 concerning the Tenth Extension of the Enforcement of Proportionally Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.337-Hukham/2021 concerning the Enforcement of Restrictions on Emergency Community Activities for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Province of West Java;
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.362-Hukham/2021 concerning the Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Province of West Java;
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.398-Hukham/2021 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 4 and Level 3 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Province of West Java;
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 475.5/Kep.423-Hukham/2021 concerning the Third Amendment to the Decree of the Governor of West Java Number 475.5/KEP.581-HUKHAM/2020 concerning the Policy Committee for Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and Provincial Economic Elections West Java;
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.431-Hukham/2021 concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 4, Level 3, Level 2, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Province of West Java;
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.479-Hukham/2021 concerning the Second Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 4, Level 3, Level 2, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Province of West Java;
  • Decree of the Governor of West Java Number: 443/Kep.490-Hukham/2021 concerning the Third Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities Level 4, Level 3, Level 2, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Province of West Java;

Ordered by Governor Level Instructions or Regional Regulations in the Government of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Instruction of the Governor of West Java Number 443/07/Hukham concerning Control of the Spread of COVID-19 in Restaurants, Cafes, Restaurants, Warungs, and Similar Businesses;
  • Instruction of the Governor of West Java Number: 02/KS.01.01/SATPOL.PP concerning Enforcement of Violations of the Imposition of Restrictions on Emergency Community Activities for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in West Java;
  • Instructions for the Implementation of Proportionately Large-Scale Social Restrictions in West Java Province in the Context of Handling Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19);

Ordered by Governor-level Circular or Regional Regulations in the Government of the Republic of Indonesia

  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number 202/KPG.03.05/Hukham concerning the Prohibition of 2021 New Year Celebrations and the Prevention of Mass Crowds;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 72/KS.13/HUKHAM Concerning the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities in Handling COVID-19 in West Java Province;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 39/KS.01/HUKHAM concerning the Second Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities in Handling COVID-19 in West Java Province;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 49/KS.01/HUKHAM concerning the Third Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities in Handling COVID-19 in West Java Province;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 52/KS.02.02/HUKHAM concerning the Fourth Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities in Handling COVID-19 in West Java Province;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 60/KS.01.01/HUKHAM concerning the Fifth Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities in Handling COVID-19 in West Java Province;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 68/KS.01.01/Hukham concerning the Sixth Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities in Handling COVID-19 in West Java Province;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 104/KS.01.01/HUKHAM concerning the Tenth Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities in Handling COVID-19 in West Java Province;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 105 of 2021 Technical Guidelines for Setting Capacity and Operational Hours of Public Transportation During the Enforcement of Restrictions on Micro-Based Activities in the West Java Region;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 107/KS.01.01/HUKHAM Regarding Amendments to Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 104/KS.01.01/HUKHAM Regarding the Tenth Extension of the Implementation of Restrictions on Community Activities in Handling COVID-19 in West Java Province;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 133 of 2021 concerning the Implementation and Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Province of West Java;
  • Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java Number: 135/KS.01.01/Hukham concerning the Implementation and Enforcement of Level 4 and Level 3 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Restrictions in the Province of West Java;
  • Bandung Regent Circular Number 443/795/Disnaker/Ill/2020 concerning Protection of Workers/Labourers and Business Continuity in Order to Prevent the Spread of the COVID-19 Outbreak;
  • Circular Letter of the Regent of Bandung Number 443.1/454/HUK concerning the Enforcement of Restrictions on Micro-Based Community Activities and Optimizing the Command Post for Handling COVID-19 at the Village and Sub-District Levels to Control the Spread of COVID-19 in the Bandung Regency area.
  • Circular Letter of the Regent of Bandung Number 443.1/1374/HUK concerning Extension of Restrictions on Micro-Based Community Activities and Optimizing COVID19 Handling Command Posts at the Village and Sub-District Levels to Control the Spread of COVID-19 in the Bandung Regency Area;
  • Bandung Regent Circular Number 443.1/968/DISNAKER concerning the Implementation of Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) in the Context of Accelerating the Handling of COVID-19 for Businesses/Industry in Bandung Regency;
  • Circular Letter of the Regent of Bandung Number 443.1/1531/HUK concerning Restrictions on Emergency Community Activities for Corona Virus Disease 2019 in the Bandung Regency Area;
  • Bandung Regent Circular Number 443.i/858/DISKOMINFO regarding the use of information technology and information dissemination in creating public peace in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak;
  • Second Addendum to the Circular Letter of the Governor of West Java No. 17 of 2021 concerning Provisions for Travel of Domestic People during the Corona Virus Disease 2019(COVID-19) Pandemic;
  • Order of the Regent of Bandung Number 443.i/2099/Non Agro concerning the Implementation of the Operational and Mobility Permit for Industrial Activities (IOMKI) and the Care to Protect Application.

Which explains the reference and legal basis for companies and individuals involved in the process of implementing the prevention and control of COVID-19 in offices or workplaces during the transition to a healthy, safe and productive society.

 

 

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