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After the COVID-19 pandemic, the government experienced a new challenge, namely restoring public trust in the government due to the reduction of individual freedom of the community based on emergency crisis conditions. This study focuses on explaining (1) the dynamics of public trust in the government in the post-pandemic phase (2) the tendency of the government to take strategic steps on a top-down basis so that it threatens individual freedoms affected by applicable policies and regulationsdoi:10.21776/ub.bjss.2022.002.01.4 fatcat:tsbknufbdba3vgg4vy6hnmt4ni