Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Tighten Tourists’ Compliance with Health Protocols
Observation in several regions on Sunday (24/10/ 2021) found visitors from other cities thronging recreational tourist destinations, such as the city of Batu in East Java and West Bandung regency, West Java.
Suppress Covid-19 at PON Papua 2021
Although the Tokyo 2020 Olympics exemplified the successful organization of a major sporting event during the pandemic, this has proved difficult in Indonesia.
Beware of Pandemic-Induced Economic Inequality
The pandemic has the potential to cause economic inequality with a growth pattern similar to the letter "K". With this condition, a structural reform is needed to create more inclusive economic growth.
Maintaining Growth Momentum With Discipline
Based on the expenditure components in the GDP, household spending grew 5.93 percent, while exports rose 31.78 percent, imports 31.22 percent, investment 7.54 percent and government spending 8.06 percent.
Not Yet Effective, PPKM Darurat Needs to be Extended
An evaluation of the measures was urgent and needed to be done to find the underlying problem of their ineffectiveness, he added.
Tighter Checks to Curb Mobility on Toll Roads
Tightened checks will also be imposed on the Ketapang-Gilimanuk sea route connecting Ketapang in Banyuwangi, East Java, and Gilimanuk in Bali from 14 to 20 July.
Workers Need Urgent Protection
The government was also asked to reintroduce the wage subsidy assistance (BSU) program to workers in the business sectors affected by the social restrictions.
Returning Holiday Travelers Hit the Road
As many as 8,693 passengers boarded their trains from Pasar Senen Station, where 2,919 passengers disembarked. The large number of passengers leaving Jakarta congested the stations.
Health Protocols Prerequisite for Reopening Schools
The schools should respect parents’ decisions and provide online learning options for those who do not attend the face-to-face learning activities.
Sanctions for People Who Refuse Vaccination
The emergence of new, more virulent variants of SARS-CoV-2 in the country must be anticipated. The government is imposing sanctions on citizens who refuse to be vaccinated.