COVID-19 pandemic handling community social and cultural sector stimulus efforts
Keywords:COVID-19, handling pandemic, market residents, rural people, social and cultural stimulus
This study examines the COVID-19 Pandemic Handling Community Social and Cultural Sector Stimulus Efforts in Tambawu Village, Denpasar. The number of positive cases of outbreaks of coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19 due to the new type of coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) in Bali, until June, reached 1,013 cases. Discipline and adherence to residents applying the COVID-19 prevention protocol, including implementing a clean and healthy lifestyle, is considered important in controlling the spread of COVID-19 infection. Of the total positive cases of COVID-19 in Bali which reached 1,013 cases, a total of 606 patients with positive cases of COVID-19 were reported to have recovered. The main problem in this regard: How is the effort to handle the COVID-19 pandemic so that it does not spread to the community? The Denpasar City Government has implemented a policy of limiting the activities of village-based, as an effort to control the spread of disease. The Government through the COVID-19 Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling of Health also conducts health checks through mass rapid tests in several places and communities that are indicated to be prone to disease transmission locally, including in markets and market residents.
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