I Gusti Ayu Diah Yuniti
I Gusti Ayu Diah Yuniti adalah doktor dan dosen di bidang Molekuler Biologi pada Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Mahasaraswati, Bali Indonesia. Studi doktornya diperoleh dari program S3 Ilmu Pertanian Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Udayana, Bali Indonesia pada tahun 2018. Diah Yuniti juga telah mempublikasikan sejumlah tulisan ilmiah dengan topik yang tidak hanya berkait dengan bidang keahliannya saja namun mencakup pula isu-isu sosial ekonomi lainnya seperti yang ditampilkan pada Scholar’s Shelf BASABaliWiki yang berjudul The Impact of Covid-19 on Community Life in the Province of Bali, Indonesia. Disamping sebagai dosen pengajar, Diah Yuniti juga aktif pada organisasi sosial Majelis Desa Adat Provinsi Bali.
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WHO established Covid-19 as the Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). On 12 February 2020, WHO declared a novel coronavirus in humans as Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The Covid-19 pandemic had a severe impact on Bali's economic and tourism sectors. The government said the Bali region was suffering from Covid-19 where all tourism stopped and 96% of hotels were temporarily closed. As a result, there are many layoffs and a community that did not have jobs. In everyday living life becomes very alarming. Covid-19 is very influential in the Balinese people future life. The purpose of this research is to find out the impact of Covid-19 on food needs, basic needs and survival community in the Bali area. Methodology: the research done by survey. The distance and location given, use the google form application. The population of 1500 people with aged 15-60 years and working in the tourism sector. The number of samples was 150 respondents or 10% of the total population. Data collected is related to economic, socials and environmental conditions of the household during the Covid-19 outbreak. Descriptive data analysis in the form of visual research results in the form of graphs, tables and figures. Main Findings: During the 60-day outbreak of Covid- 19 the community infected 343 people, recovered 232 people and died 4 people. Pressure on the tourism sector in Bali resulted in the economic collapse. Most of the 80% of informal workers in Bali are laid off (not working), further increasing the number of open unemployment in Bali. Originality / Novelty that 95% of Balinese people experience changes in social behavior, healthy living and maintaining environmental cleanliness. The anxiety towards Covid-19 is still reasonable not get to social dysfunction. Despite the difficulty of interacting between communities, stay at home 75% kinship at home is tighter.