European Journal of Health and Biology Education

Air Quality Impact during COVID-19 in Indonesia (Case Study of Rural and Urbanised Area)
Yudha Gusti Wibowo 1, Bimastyaji Surya Ramadan 2, Nayla Desviona 3, E. Edison 1 *
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1 Universitas Jambi, INDONESIA
2 Universitas Diponegoro, INDONESIA
3 Universitas Andalas, INDONESIA
* Corresponding Author
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European Journal of Health and Biology Education, 2020 - Volume 9 Issue 1, pp. 9-14
https://doi.org/10.12973/ejhbe.9.1.9

Published Online: 15 Jun 2020

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ABSTRACT
In December 2019, unknown pneumonia found in Wuhan, China. This pneumonia has been called SARS-CoV-2, and this disease called COVID-19. This pneumonia has been spreading faster around the world. Indonesia is one of the biggest countries in Asia that's impacted. This pandemic forced all industrial activities to be closed; this condition affected environmental quality (i.e., air quality). This study aims to analyze the pandemic effect on air quality in the rural and urban areas in Indonesia, statistical analysis using a descriptive method used in this study. In the pandemic period from 1-18th May 2020, the concentration of PM2.5 on each place fluctuates. Based on statistical analysis with the least square method, this pandemic informed no correlation of PM2.5 with increased positive cases of COVID-19 from 1-18th May 2020 in Jambi, Jakarta, and Surabaya.
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