Community Mobility and Confirmation Cases (Daily) in East Java This graphic (dynamic graphics can be seen here) illustrates the condition of community mobility in East Java (%) according to categorization (see elements) compared to baseline data. The mobility baseline data is the median value, for the same day of the week in a 5 week period (3 January – 6 February 2020) from Google Mobility Data. Whereas baseline (daily) confirmation case data is obtained from the number of daily confirmed cases * (%) (March 18, 2020) from the East Java Provincial Health Office.

What can be read?

1. There is an upward trend in community mobility activities in the retail and leisure sectors, although it is still lower than the baseline (normal conditions)
2. There is an upward trend in community mobility activities in parking facilities, terminals, stations, fulfillment of essential needs, and pharmaceuticals, although it is still lower than the baseline (normal conditions) The trend of activity in the housing environment is still fluctuating, and is influenced by mobility in other sectors.

What can be analyzed?

When viewed in all graphics, the policies that have been issued by the government to limit the space for mobility of PSBB 1, 2 and 3 can be explained as not being responded positively especially in some of the mobility sectors included in this analysis. There is a tendency to increasingly into a transition period its activity increases. It is possible that the public needs a policy formulation that is very “strict” in terms of discipline (Read: Results of the Evaluation Survey PSBB I, II, III IKA FKM Unair and Persakmi East Java).

Until the end of the transition period to “new normal”, measurable policies are needed to better control mobility and prepare health protocol discipline. Even though data on set of the increase in confirmation cases are still obtained until June 8, 2020, additional cases are still occurring (See: East Java Covid-19 Data).

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Dynamic graphics can be downloaded and seen at:
1. Community Mobility in the Workplace and Housing
2. Community Mobility in Parking Facilities, Terminals and Stations
3. Community Mobility in Places of Essential and Pharmaceutical Needs
4. Community Mobility in the Retail and Recreation Sector

Note:
1. Google Mobility Data
2. Confirmation case data as of June 8, 2020.

License: CC-BY 4.0

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