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These are the main challenges as we enter the second year of the pandemic: recovering lost learning, narrowing learning gaps, anticipating drop-outs and returning them to school.

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New, possibly more contagious and virulent variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 have been found to have spread in Indonesia. Surveillance must be heightened.

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The new SARS-CoV-2 variants from India, South Africa and the UK have entered Indonesia.

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The evaluation of the implementation of limited in-class learning trials determines whether the policy will be continued or not. Schools must comply with the evaluation results.

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Indonesia needs to promote awareness on the emergency situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. This awareness is important to make people cautious and alert that they are at risk of being infected with Covid-19.

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A second wave of Covid-19, which is now hitting India, could also occur in Indonesia if there is negligence in the use of health and surveillance protocols, especially testing and tracing.

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We must not become negligent. Health protocols should be implemented, no matter how tiring and uncomfortable they are.

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Amid the hard work of the government and other institutions in tackling the spread of Covid-19, there are still a number of individuals who are looking for personal gains by endangering the lives of others.

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Health protocols and efforts to maintain healthy lifestyle should not be ignored.

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Children can carry viruses and they can be shed within a fairly long time. Although the children don’t get sick, the people around them are of course in a dangerous state, particularly those in their advanced years.

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