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If This Happens, WHO Said RI Has Potential to Be the New Epicenter of COVID-19, Achmad Yurianto Speak Up

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News24xx.com - Government spokesman for the handling of the coronavirus Achmad Yurianto said the government implemented a policy of Large Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) to prevent Indonesia's potential to become a new epicenter of the spread of COVID-19.

This was conveyed by Yuri in response to the Senior Advisor on Gender and Youth to the WHO DG, Diah Saminarsih who said, Indonesia could potentially become a new epicenter of the spread of COVID-19 if it did not immediately take control.

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Refusing the statement, Yuri said, to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the midst of society, the government has made various rules and now the public must comply with these rules.

"Yes, (it requires community cooperation). There are many rules, just follow them. There are many rules if no one complies, it's useless," he said.

The Regional Director of WHO in the Southeast Asia region has issued a media briefing as a caution and cautionary suggestion for countries in Southeast Asia.

Diah Saminarsih said that the potential shift of the epicenter wave outbreak to the Southeast Asia region could be very large if it is not controlled from now. Indonesia is the largest country in Southeast Asia.

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In addition, India in South Asia was also highlighted by the WHO as a densely populated country. "Indonesia and India, if the epidemic is not controlled in the two countries, the Southeast Asian region will become the new epicenter (COVID-19) in the world," Diah said in an online discussion entitled "World Health Day 2020: Real Action of Civil Society in the Pandemic Period".

Therefore, Diah said Indonesia as a country that is "late" infected with the coronavirus can take lessons on things done in other countries.

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