Indonesian Navy Against Covid-19

Suhirwan ., Lukman Yudho Prakoso, Andryan Olel, Cecep Kurniawan


The end of 2019 began the beginning of 2020, starting with the Wuhan-China Virus Covid-19 to rapidly attack various countries around the world. Indonesia has become one of the countries that is not entitled to use the dangerous virus Covid-19, government work together in overcoming this epidemic virus, include the Navy. Indonesian Navy was directly involved as one of the main entities in the quarantine process by involving its medical personnel and Indonesian Warship (KRI) dr. Soeharso. This paper will discuss the role of the Indonesian Navy in overcoming the covid-19 plague virus pandemic with the aim of the Navy to further enhance its role in national defense to try to educate. The method in this article uses descriptive qualitative research and theory analysis of George C. Edward III policy implementation. The results:  Communication factors to improve the transmission sub factors, clarity and consistency in mitigating the education. Resource factor is finding for medical personnel due to the limited need for urgent support equipment. Disposition factor considering the ability of the Navy that has a quick and responsive response. Bureaucratic structure factor is need for SOPs to be provided again is sought for the structure of the Navy in urging educators, handled by the Indonesian Navy's “Puspek Nubika” can support its role in helping the eradication of educators nationally. There is still a need to extend the Navy's preparedness to face the challenges of educators so that the Navy can be more useful in tackling the pandemic nationally.

Keywords: Covid-19, George C. Edward, Indonesian, Navy, Pandemic.

DOI: 10.7176/PPAR/10-5-02

Publication date:May 31st 2020

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