He saw that the existing policies were not yet intact, as a result it showed that consolidation had not been maximally and effectively managed. "A concrete example is the rapid test effort in several areas that have already been announced but canceled. This condition can cause uncertainty and panic," said Anam, Tuesday (03/24/2020).
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According to him, the methodology used must have clear standards before being published. Then more importantly, it does not cause a contradiction with the previous policy. Anam said, this condition appeared to occur in the rapid test model and policy which was canceled because it was done in a crowd, while the main policy was to avoid publicity.
Regarding sanctions against anyone who does not heed this handling situation, he said, with an emergency like this it is very possible. "To ensure the main objective of overcoming the emergency is immediately achieved. But it should also be applied to promote solidarity," he said.
Anam suggested that the sanctions given should not be criminal, because the prison was overcrowded and the court was also asked while not doing its activities. The sanctions in question can be in the form of financial penalties or social work sanctions.
The basis for sanctions must also be made in advance and the mechanism of action must also be open. In this case, Anam suggested that the principle of human rights be the main reference. "In addition to the above, other things such as accountability, openness and special need for medical workers are also very important," he said.