RESTRICTION ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION REFACE A QUALITY AIR POLLUTION INDEX DURING COVID-19 IN INDONESIA AND THAILAND
During the coronavirus spreading around the world, the government made an instruction that citizen to lock down and stop the rope of spreading the virus. This paper will be explained before and after the coronavirus affect the air quality. However, DKI Jakarta and the city of Bangkok have similar problems in increasing transportation, which causes high traffic congestion, and the high number of populations in both regions. This paper using a qualitative method to breakdown the main topic used secondary data and descriptive data analysis. This paper also supports the publicly available air quality data provided by the World'sWorld's Air Pollution Index. The finding of this study also shows that DKI Jakarta has succeeded in overcoming air quality health problems which are a common problem every year, now with the implementation of policies governed by the Governor of DKI Jakarta, this drastically decreased, meaning that the air quality in DKI Jakarta during this pandemic has good value for the health of the local community. But this is different from the city of Bangkok because, after lockdown for 30 days, Bangkok'sBangkok's capital is still occupying a moderate level, which means it is in a cautious value on the air quality in this Bangkok city. The novelty showed in the different perspectives of worse time during COVID-19 to spreading a positive thought that instead of COVID-19 gave a restriction in all lines of our activity, but in the right way, COVID-19 is a solution to healing a good air quality for a sustainable world.