Pemulihan Pascapandemi COVID-19 dari Perspektif Ilmu Sosial Kemanusiaan

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Pandemi COVID-19 has been more than one year. The COVID-19 pandemic attacks more than 200 countries in the world. Although the vaccine has been developed, it is not known when the COVID-19 pandemic will be ended. The COVID-19 infection might become endemic and it is always there. This paper aims to describe how to restore the condition after the COVID-19 pandemic from the humaniora aspect. This article is a literature review, by searching from PubMed and Google Scholar. The conclusion is to restore the condition after the COVID-19 pandemic, economic, physical, and mental health must be developed. It must be accompanied by the growth in educational sector, giving scholarship, building infrastructures, and researches collaborations at domestic and international area.

Keywords: COVID-19, pemulihan, sosial kemanusiaan

Pandemi COVID-19 telah berlangsung lebih dari setahun. Pandemi ini menyerang lebih dari 200 negara di dunia. Walaupun vaksin sudah ditemukan, belum diketahui kapan pandemic COVID-19 ini akan berakhir. Mungkin juga COVID-19 hanya menjadi endemi dan terus ada. Tulisan ini bertujuan untuk menjelaskan bagaimana pemulihan pascapandemi COVID-19 terutama dari segi sosial kemanusiaan. Artikel ini merupakan tinjauan pustaka dengan mencari studi literatur dari PubMed dan Google Scholar. Kesimpulan yang didapat adalah untuk memulihkan keadaan pada pascapandemi COVID-19 maka yang perlu diperhatikan adalah segi ekonomi dan kesehatan fisik maupun mental. Pemulihan ini juga harus diikuti dengan peningkatan kemajuan di bidang pendidikan, beasiswa, transportasi, dan kerjasama penelitian di dalam maupun luar negeri.

Kata kunci: COVID-19, humaniora, restoration


COVID-19; humaniora; restoration

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