Factors Affecting Compliance Community In Implementing The Health Protocol Program During The Covid-19 Pandemic In Sempor Hamlet, Pujotirto Village, Kebumen Regency
Keywords:Family Support1; obedience 2; motivation;pandemic 3
COVID-19 cases reached 147.8 million, while the data in Indonesia that had been
confirmed positive was 1.64 million cases. The government programs that are being
promoted are, “3M, namely wearing masks, washing hands, and avoiding crowds. During
the implementation of health protocols during this pandemic, there are still some people
who do not comply, this can be caused by many things. That the factors that influence
compliance include knowledge, motivation and family support.
Objective: aims to determine the factors that affect community compliance in
implementing the Health Protocol during the COVID-19 pandemic in Sempor Hamlet,
Pujotirto Village, Kebumen Regency.
Methods: The design used is quantitative research which is descriptive analytic. By using
a cross-sectional approach. The population in this study were residents of Sempor
hamlet, amounting to 573 people with a total sample of 100 people using the Slovin
formula. Data analysis using Chi Square test.
Results: The results showed that there are two factors that have a significant
relationship with community compliance with family support health protocols (p-value
0.009), level of motivation (p-value 0.006). While the level of knowledge has no
relationship with compliance (p-value 0.359).
Conclusion: Based on these results, it shows that there are several factors that can affect
a person's compliance in running a program
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