Submitted: 20 Jun 2020
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ePublished: 13 Oct 2020
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Original Article

Global Policy Responses to Pandemics COVID-19: Proportionate adaptation and policy experimentation A Study of Country Policy Response Variation on Pandemic COVID-19

Arlina Dewi ORCID logo, Achmad Nurmandi* ORCID logo, Erna Rochmawati, 4. Eko Priyo Purnomo ORCID logo, 5. Muhammad Dimas Rizqi, Abitassha Az Zahra ORCID logo, Samantha Benedictos ORCID logo, Wahdania Suardi ORCID logo, Dyah Tri Kusuma Dewi


Concern over the development of actions against COVID-19 has continued to grow since February 2020. Government responses remain as a crucial part in preventing the transmission of the virus, through formulation of policy and strengthening of national capacity. This paper analyzed government responses, health security index and COVID-19 pandemic score from different countries. The Global Health security index from John Hopkin University was used in this study to measure the health security index, while the pandemic score is measured using double time. The study indicates a significant relationship between government responses, health security index and pandemic score. The government should improve its responsiveness as well as preparation to improve national capacity during the novel coronavirus pandemic
Keywords: Pandemic, security, policy, proportionate
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