Analisa Persepsi Masyarakat Terhadap Kebijakan Larangan Mudik di Era Pandemi Covid-19 Tahun 2021
Homecoming means returning to your hometown, especially on holidays such as Eid. However, going home is worrying during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pandemic itself means an epidemic that spreads simultaneously in a wide area. COVID-19 is a disease that attacks the human respiratory tract. The government issued a ban on going home on Eid Al-Fitr in 2021 to minimize the transmission of COVID-19 in Indonesia. This invites many perceptions from the public. Public awareness is a key aspect to guarantee that people receive the appropriate quality of information and services. The research was conducted on analyzing public perceptions of the ban on homecoming in the COVID-19 pandemic. This research covers all parts of Indonesia, with the research location is held online. This research method uses descriptive quantitative with Secondary Data Analysis approach. From 11 potential homecoming flows, it was found that Jabodetabek is the region with the most candidates for travelers in Indonesia, which has a percentage of 37.65%. One of the Jabodetabek homecomings flows to Central Java with a percentage of 10.44% of the respondents. While, West Java (6.38%), Sumatra (5.54%), East Java (4.99%), and DIY (3.71%). Based on the 2021 online survey, the potential number of travelers when there is a national ban on going home is 27.6 million people. It is assumed that this year's homecoming will decrease by 41% compared to 2019 homecoming. The decrease in the volume of potential homecoming proves that most people already have a positive perception of the ban on homecoming in 2021.
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