Kebijakan Pemerintah, Informasi Media Sosial, Dukungan Keluarga, dan Hubungannya terhadap Kesiapan Vaksinasi Covid-19 pada Ibu Nifas

Government Policy, Social Media Information, Family Support, and Their Relationship to Covid-19 Vaccination Readiness in Postpartum Women

Authors

  • Lia Fitriani Puskesmas Paninggilan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53801/jphe.v3i2.172

Keywords:

covid-19 vaccination readiness, family support, government policy, social media information

Abstract

Introduction: The Covid-19 vaccination for pregnant and lactating women uses three types of vaccines, namely the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA platform Covid-19 vaccines and the Sinovac virus inactivated platform vaccine, according to availability. Government policies, social media information, and family support are factors that influence the readiness for Covid-19 vaccination in postpartum mothers.

Objectives:  This study aims to determine the relationship between government policies, social media information, and family support with readiness for Covid-19 vaccination in postpartum mothers at the Paninggilan Health Center.

Method: Using descriptive analytics with a cross-sectional approach. The sampling technique in this study used total sampling, where the sample used was 64 respondents. The instrument used is using a questionnaire. Then the data were analyzed using univariate analysis and bivariate analysis through statistical chi-square tests.

Result: The results showed that the relationship between government policy and Covid-19 vaccination readiness obtained a p-value of 0.004, social media information with Covid-19 vaccination readiness obtained a p-value of 0.000, and family support with Covid-19 vaccination readiness obtained a p-value of 0.000.

Conclusion: There is a relationship between government policy variables, social media information, and family support with the readiness of covid-19 vaccination for postpartum mothers at the Paninggilan Health Center in 2022.

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Published

2024-01-22