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Yurianto: Pain is a Choice But Healthy is an Obligation

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NUSADAILY.COM – JAKARTA – Spokesperson (spokesman) of the government in the Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling COVID-19 Achmad Yurianto conveyed that illness was an option. But to be healthy becomes an obligation for people who still do not comply with the COVID-19 preventive health protocol.

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“It must be believed that illness is a choice, because what is compulsory is healthy,” Achmad Yurianto said at the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) Building, Jakarta, Thursday, as reported by the Antara news agency.

According to him, because if someone chooses not to follow the COVID-19 preventive health protocol and turns out to be sick it becomes natural because it is not compliant. Contracting a new type of corona virus is not destiny, but because there are people who choose the way of life which then causes him pain.

“He chose not to wear masks, he chose not to wash hands, he chose not to keep distance. Because we should have to wear masks, we must keep our distance, we must wash our hands, because we realize we must be healthy, “said the doctor who is familiarly called Yuri.

If Unhealthy Then Not Productive
The community, according to him, needs to realize that if they are not healthy, their lives will become unproductive. And for the head of the family, of course, means not being able to support his family, which should indeed be an obligation.

“Therefore, let’s understand this problem together. Only we can solve this problem. It’s not difficult, obey health protocols, “Yuri said.

He said he could not imagine when the COVID-19 pandemic could subside in Indonesia, because he could not also hope that all Indonesian people would obey immediately.

According to Yuri, learning from the implementation of Large Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) can be obtained, in the eyes of the community the effort is still considered a tool for the government to control the community. What happens when there is no one who oversees no community is actually clandestinely breaking.

“What we want now, PSBB or health protocol is the tool of the community, so that people are not sick. So I wear a mask not for fear of being fined, wear a mask for fear of being watched by the Civil Service, wearing the mask is indeed because we need it so that it is not infected, “Yuri said.

Nor were people far apart because they were afraid of being fined, not because they were afraid of being watched by the authorities, but he said because he was aware that he did not want to be infected with SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.

Yuri, who is also the Director General of Disease Prevention and Control (P2P) of the Ministry of Health, said that Indonesia had experienced the experience of cultural change while studying queuing. “Maybe if I started queuing first, my friend told me what to do in line later, I didn’t get it. Right. But now try to have one person not stand in line, everyone will be angry. So it really needs time to change. “(Aka)

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