ANALYSIS OF LARGE-SCALE SOCIAL RESTRICTIONS AT THE PANDEMIC PERIOD OF COVID 19 IN INDONESIA (PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL)
Keywords:covid-19, large-scale social restrictions, environment, health.
The-Covid 19 pandemic is a serious public health problem. The government imposes large-scale social restrictions to reduce morbidity and mortality caused by covid 19. PSBB is regulated in the Regulation of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 9 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for Large-Scale Social Restrictions in the Context of Accelerating Handling of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19). This study aims to capture the phenomenon of large-scale social distancing programs during the pandemic in Indonesia from a public health and environmental perspective. This research method is a systematic literature review that explores information from previous research studies that have been published. The results of this study include information that there is still community non-compliance regarding the implementation of PSBB which has an impact on the case trend. Exposure to NO2 can be a contributor to the high mortality rate of Covid-19. NO2 can cause lung inflammation, which in turn can increase the risk of death in people with covid-19. Much of the NO2 pollution comes from motorized vehicle emissions. PSBB can reduce the use of fuel oil for motorized vehicles so as to reduce CO2 emission levels which can reduce global warming and climate change. The results of a literacy study conducted in the city of Bekasi related to the Effectiveness of Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) in Bekasi City in Overcoming COVID-19 with the Susceptible-Infected-Recovered (SIR) Model, PSBB has effectively decreased the trend of Covid-19 cases. integrated to control cases of covid-19 in Indonesia.