BUILDING HEALTH SYSTEM RESILIENCE DURING COVID-19 CRISIS

Amanatul Ainiyah Firda, Setya Haksama

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Coronavirus is a type of virus that causes long-term health threats because coronavirus can adapt to new environments through mutations and recombination which is relatively simple.  Whereas in 2019, a new type of coronavirus was founded and known as the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted not only in the high number of infected people and the number of deaths but also in the social, cultural, and economic fields. To reduce the impact of the crisis recurrence, it is necessary to reduce risks and build resilience systems. One of the resilience systems that can deal with disasters, especially the coming crisis is a health system resilience.

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