22 Jun 2022 | 15:16 WIB
Since discovering the first case of COVID-19 in March 2020, Indonesia has been through the ups and downs during the pandemic. When the Delta variants hit in June 2021, the Indonesian government enforced a strict lockdown and intensively conducted socialization regarding the use of masks in public places and vaccinations. Today, two years after the pandemic hit Indonesia, the Indonesian government loosened the strict lockdown but suggested its citizens still use masks.
As of June 15, 2022, more than 200 million people in Indonesia have already received the first dose of COVID vaccine, more than 168 million people received the second dose of COVID vaccine, and more than 48 million people received the third dose of COVID vaccine.
In addition, since March 23, 2022, the Indonesian government has imposed quarantine-free for tourists that have received a full dose of COVID vaccine at least 14 days before departure time. Furthermore, those who have not received a full dose of vaccine or have not been vaccinated must be quarantined for 5 x 24 hours.
Finally, after two years, Indonesia is slowly recovering from the pandemic. Starting this year, many tourist destinations and malls are open without restrictions. Some nonessential sectors can work from the office again, and some implement work from anywhere (WFA) permanently. Also, many schools and courses are starting 100% offline learning, and some are making hybrid systems (online and offline).
The situation slowly recovered; hence the Indonesian governments continue to strive to vaccinate all Indonesian citizens. Cooperation from all levels of society is needed so that the Covid-19 cases in Indonesia will be under control and no more another critical moment that could lead to another disaster for Indonesia.
It is worth noting that the pandemic also impacted Realia's operations. We had to close our offline classes for two years, which led to a greater emphasis on online courses. Today, we can safely say that we have reopened our offline class, including on our Yogyakarta campus.
In offline classes, students don't have to worry about limited facilities that can interfere with the teaching and learning process. The students can also directly interact with the teachers and classmates. Moreover, the offline classes can help students focus more on the lessons because nothing can distract them. However, if you find studying in the online course more comfortable, rest assured we still provide it.
Now, if you want to start your Indonesian language learning, it's not too late. You are still in time to start improving your Indonesian language now. We offer you an Indonesian language online and offline course with great teachers and well-refined teaching methods. Try our course now! You can also book a free trial session here.