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All over the world, women play an essential role in curbing the spread of COVID-19, both in their paid work (such as in the health sector) and unpaid work (home schooling and caring for family and community). Due to the pandemic, unpaid work in the home has increased for women in Indonesia and elsewhere around the world, while opportunities for paid work have decreased. The pandemic has therefore reinforced pre-existing gender inequality, especially for poor urban women.

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit urban poor women severely, including in Indonesia. The state as a duty-bearer with respect to human rights has struggled to assist them; more specifically, the state’s efforts in curbing the pandemic have not reached them.

Kita tahu, dulu NU dan Muhammadiyah itu mirip Tom and Jerry. Mereka selalu ribut kalau ada kesempatan. Apapun bisa dibikin ribut. Selain keributan klasik soal TBC, ada juga sindir-sindiran soal poligami. Membuat keributan, semudah masak mie instan. Tapi semenjak ada PKS (apalagi ada HTI), NU dan Muhammadiyah jadi rada akur.

Melalui pandemi pada Ramadan dan Lebaran kali ini, kita sebagai muslim seolah ditegur Tuhan rasanya menjadi penganut agama minoritas. Pandemi COVID-19 telah memaksa semua orang untuk belajar bagaimana rasanya tak bisa menjalankan ibadah seperti yang diinginkan. Salat Jumat sangat dibatasi, tarawih apalagi, yang cuma sunah. Dan sekarang, salat ied juga harus diminimalkan.