Economic Resilience Dataset in Facing Physical Distancing During Covid-19 Global Pandemic

Published: 30 April 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/2jtn5dcnvd.1
Muhammad Fitri Rahmadana


Data related to the economic resilience of the people after the enactment of physical distancing in the city of Medan and its surroundings which is the third largest city in Indonesia. Medan City is the most affected by COVID-19 on the island of Sumatra. The implementation of physical distancing caused the paralysis of most of the informal sector which affected the people's income. This data shows various aspects that determine economic resilience, especially in Medan and how long the community is able to survive economically if the Physical Distancing policy continues to be enforced.


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Data was collected using a questionnaire for 12 days from 8 April 2020 to 20 April 2020 using the Googleform application after the enactment of physical distancing phase I from 23 March 2020 - 5 April 2020. Data was collected as many as 1096 respondents, but only 846 respondents residing in the City Medan and surrounding areas.


Universitas Negeri Medan


Economics, Regional Planning