Suara.com – The Omicron variant of Covid-19 is said to have spread very quickly. Therefore, the Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI) asked the government to re-regulate the level of Enforcement of Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM). According to data from the DKI Jakarta Health Office, the average number of Omicron cases in the capital city comes from productive ages. According to Daeng, residents of productive age can be exposed because of their high mobility. For that, he asked the government to re-regulate the mobility of the people. “It should be noted that the increase in the PPKM level must be planned by the government to limit mobility,” said Daeng in a discussion titled Virtually Preparing to Face Omicron, Saturday (15/1/2022). Read also: Anticipating Omicron Covid-19 from Overseas, National Police Chief Reviewing Health Prosecution at Benoa Harbor, Bali If this is not done, Daeng is worried that Omicron transmission will actually be more widespread. Because once again, although the symptoms that arise from exposure to Omicron are mild, they can still spread quickly. Daeng said that the rapid transmission of Omicron could then be supported by the high mobility of citizens, thus leading to a more widespread spread of the virus. “Of course the speed of transmission is high and mobility is a factor that encourages transmission to be even faster.” .