The Covid-19 pandemic caused two crises at once, namely health and economy, in hundreds of countries. President Jokowi emphasized that balance was required to deal with the two crises.
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on poverty in Indonesia is inevitable. The poverty rate is projected to further increase as more people become vulnerable to falling into poverty.
A number of countries are working hard to cope with the emergence of new cases of Covid-19, which they fear could turn into a second wave of infections.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a stifling impact on the Indonesian economy. However, we can still carry out economic activities with minimal physical contact
Preparations to reopen schools in so-called “green zones” (Covid-19-safe regions) must be detailed and properly measured to ensure everyone in schools are protected from risk of infection.
It’s a dilemma. In the midst of efforts to adopt a “new normal”, many are ignoring the suggested health protocols. The number of COVID-19 cases has consequently risen significantly.
The fight against the Covid-19 pandemic cannot rely solely on logistical strength, and must also rely on the right strategy.
Because of inconsistent policies and an undisciplined public, COVID-19 is widespread.
A pandemic is like an X-ray. It photographs all the organs of the political, economic and community institutions that have not been exposed in a country.
A KPK study found a potential conflict of interest and state loss in the preemployment card program. The study is part of reviews conducted by the National Committee for Job Creation on the implementation of the program