Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Social Capital Plays Key Role During Pandemic
The psychosocial condition of the public is no less worrisome. The prolonged duration of the pandemic, especially with the recent surge in new Covid-19 cases, has disrupted the people’s ability to adapt.
Anticipating COVID-19 in the Regions
The regions need to immediately anticipate a spike in COVID-19 because of high mobility and neglect of health protocols. This is not to mention the impact of the emergence of new variants.
Celebrating Idul Fitri, Building Solidarity
Idul Fitri is a time for us to build our hopes for an end to the pandemic through our efforts, starting from the top leaders to the common people, to discipline ourselves to adhere to health protocols.
Be Steadfast in Face of Pandemic
Ramadan culminates in Idul Fitri, which is a celebration of victory in fights against lust, egoism, greed and various bad inclinations during the fasting month.
Millions of People have Gone on ‘Mudik’
Despite the prohibition and blockage, at least 1.2 million travelers have left the Jabodetabek area. A number of steps were taken to prevent a spike in Covid-19 cases after Idul Fitri.
Lebaran, Religious Reflection and Nationalism
Amid our serenity, concern and sincerity, let us all through the evenings approaching Lebaran listen to the calls praising Almighty God, the One and Only God, to Whom we all will definitely return.
Thousands of Vehicles Asked to Turn Back
Thousands of vehicles used by the travelers were asked to make a U-turn and return to their initial departure points by police officers on the northern route or the southern route of Java Island.
Bus Crew’s Hope for Big Gains Crumbles
The opportunity for bus crew to reap cash gains has dissipated, yet again as people hold back from traveling. Mudik [exodus] is prohibited as the government aims to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Traffic Scrutiny Tightened Against ‘Mudik’ Travelers
Traffic screenings at checkpoints will begin to be strictly enforced on Thursday (6/5/2021) through the Transportation Ministry and the police.
Stopping Reckless ‘Mudik’ Travelers
If there is no mudik ban, in May as many as 83 million people (33 percent) will return home for Lebaran nationally. Especially from the Greater Jakarta area, there will be as many as 10.3 million people.