The Impact of Covid-19 on Community Life in the Province of Bali, Indonesia
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 peoplefuture life. The purpose of this research is to find out the impact of Covid-19 on food needs, basic needs and survivalcommunity 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 Covid19 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.