Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, one of which is Indonesia, various new habits have begun to be applied to become daily habits. Starting from keeping a distance, washing your hands diligently, always wearing a mask, and not touching the face area with your hands.
In addition, the immune system also needs to be improved to prevent the COVID-19 virus from entering the body. Try to take vitamins, eat a healthy diet, reduce stress, exercise, and get enough sleep.

Quoted from, here are 6 tips for maintaining a healthy body during a pandemic:

  1. Avoid stress
    According to Dr. Mateo Valenti, an internist from Beaumont, United States, reducing stress is one of the most important components for maintaining a healthy body. Doing things like exercise, meditation, and worship can help clear your mind so your body can rest.

It is undeniable, everybody racked their brains to survive in a pandemic that is full of uncertainty about when it will end. Decreasing turnover has caused small business fighters to decacorn to have the courage to make decisions that have never been over it before.

The Indonesian Minister of Cooperatives and MSMEs, Teten Masduki, said that based on the results of a survey conducted by several agencies and the Ministry of MSMEs, the Coronavirus outbreak had a major impact on the sustainability of MSMEs. As much as 47 percent of micro-businesses. small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) had to go out of business because they were affected by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

The government has prepared a budget of IDR 15.36 trillion for the distribution of Direct Cash Assistance (BLT) for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). This assistance targeted 12.8 million business actors and was…

Various economic policies have been established by the government to withstand the negative impact of Covid-19 throughout 2020. In 2021, the national economic recovery strategy will continue to recover the wheels of the national economy.

The Covid-19 pandemic has plagued Indonesia for thirteen months since the government confirmed the first corona infection in Indonesia on March 2, 2020. Not only creating a public health crisis, but the Covid-19 pandemic also significantly disrupted national economic activity.

The government’s decision to implement Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) since April 2020 has had a wide impact on the process of production, distribution, and other operational activities which ultimately disrupt economic performance. The Indonesian economy in 2020 is predicted to grow negatively. Unemployment and poverty rates are increasing. Also, many businesses are battered by the pandemic.

To revive the national…

The Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia has been going on for exactly one year. Entering its 13th month, the government’s handling efforts have not succeeded in ending the outbreak. Every day, Covid-19 cases are still increasing. Although patients recovered increased, deaths from the coronavirus were still happening. However, the government has implemented various policies for handling pandemics.

President Joko Widodo has on various occasions said that the government is striving for balanced steps between the health and economic sectors. “The health crisis and the economic crisis must be resolved at the same time,” Jokowi said in a virtual event in January. So, what policies have the government-issued since the beginning of the pandemic?

1. Gugus Tugas to Satgas

On 11 days after the first two Covid-19 cases in Indonesia or March 13, 2020, the government formed a Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling Covid-19. The formation of the task force is stipulated by Presidential Decree (Keppres)…

New year gift in 2021, Covid-19 cases in Indonesia reach one million in 10 months.

Coronavirus is widely discussed globally, especially in Indonesia following its discovery in Wuhan, China, at the end of December 2019. The medical team and WHO were confused by the emergence of this new virus. All over the internet, television and radio broadcasted how strange this virus is, for three months since the news about Coronavirus first appeared, citizens were confused, whether to believe it or not. Until mid-March 2020, two Indonesian citizens who live in Depok, West Java, were reported to have been infected with the coronavirus after meeting foreign nationals from East Asia. Afterward, it was conceived that the…

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