Covid-19 is continuing to spread in the northern coastal (Pantura) area of Java, due to the high volume of people moving from one region to another.
Thousands of prospective students willingly travel across regions and fulfill layers of prerequisites while overcome with anxiety to get into their dream colleges.
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the government has expanded the scope and type of social assistance.
Support from families, relatives and neighbors is fortifying social capital amid the uncertainties of the Covid-19 pandemic. People that have recovered from Covid-19 attest to the social capital’s benefits.
The Eucalyptus-based products developed by the Agriculture Ministry are defined as jamu (herbal medicine) in their circulation permit, not as Covid-19 medicine.
The Covid-19 pandemic is the right time to implement the “Build Back Better” strategy in Indonesia.
Due to information bias, the public does not understand the dangers of the disease caused by the new coronavirus.
The concept of "virtual tour" provides alternative traveling for people who are unable to take a vacation. At the same time, it can also be used to promote tourist destinations in the midst of the COVID-19
Economic recovery in the second semester of 2020 depends highly on whether Indonesia can avoid a second wave of Covid-19 infections, so the estimates of economic growth vary greatly.