Reminding People to Wear Masks, Millennial Brantas Abipraya Goes Down to Cibubur Market

14 October 2020


Jakarta, 14 October 2020 - Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) still exists, Jakarta is currently in a transition period of Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB). The Governor of Jakarta, Anies Baswedan previously said that the awareness and compliance of the people of Jakarta in wearing masks is still low, so this has motivated the millennials of PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) to take social action to distribute free masks and educate the public on health protocols at the market. Cibubur.

"This is a program of the Disaster Task Force (Satgas) of BUMN throughout Jakarta, Brantas Abipraya obtained the Cibubur Market location by distributing a total of 500 masks to traders and communities around this market," said I. Rudi Pudianto as Manager of the Partnership and Community Development Program. (PKBL) PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero).

Rudi added, the East Jakarta Disaster Task Force for State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) consists of state-owned companies located in East Jakarta. The distribution of masks was also carried out simultaneously by the task force team, in addition to Brantas Abipraya being found at Cibubur Market, other BUMNs had other locations including Balimester Market, Pulo Terminal, Kampung Rambutan Terminal, Rawabening Market, Pasar Rebo Terminal, Kampung Melayu Terminal, Kramat Jati Market, Cipinang Cempedak Market, Rawamangun Terminal, Induk Market, Pramuka Market, Jaya Bukit Market, Pulo Gadung Market, Gembrong Market, Trans Jakarta Pinang Ranti Bus Stop, Trans Jakarta Cawang UKI Bus Stop, LRT Velodrome Station, Cakung Station and Klender Station.

The activity, which is the New Habit Adaptation Socialization Program and the Distribution of 45,000 pcs of Masks in Jakarta, is aimed at breaking the chain of the spread of Covid-19, especially around Cibubur Market. Adding to its commitment as one of the state-owned construction companies that is present for the country by always taking an active role in fighting this virus, not only sharing masks for the Brantas Abipraya Millennials also providing education to the passing community.

The community acts as the front line to break the chain of spreading Covid-19, while medical personnel are the last bastion. So that people must always apply health protocols by maintaining endurance, environmental cleanliness, washing hands diligently, always using masks properly, and avoiding crowding.

Rudi hopes that what these millennials do can have an impact on the community, especially around Cibubur Market, to increase discipline in complying with health protocols. "Participation, commitment, especially public awareness is needed so that this pandemic will end soon so that activities and all sectors of life can return to normal," concluded Rudi.