Attitude, Knowledge and Compliance of the Community in Implementing the Protocol for Handling of COVID-19 to Prevent the Transmission of COVID-19 Infection: A Literacy Study
Currently, the world is still struggling with Covid-19 infection, which has become a world health problem since WHO officially declared it a pandemic on March 11, 2022. Based on the high risk and incidence of Covid-19 infection, it is necessary to educate about preventive behavior and understand the protocol in handling Covid-19 patients because the current conditions are, of course, a concern for all people related to efforts to control and deal with the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to analyze attitudes related to knowledge and compliance in implementing the Covid-19 handling protocol in a literacy study. The technique of writing this article is based on a type of qualitative research using a literature review approach. A literature review is an activity of studying various forms of relevant sources. The conclusion is that an understanding of attitudes, knowledge and compliance in carrying out the Covid-19 handling protocol will support breaking the chain of transmission of Covid-19 infection so as to reduce the death rate of patients infected with Covid-19 so that in carrying out the Covid-19 handling protocol requires attitude, knowledge and good obedience. Providing specific, valid and targeted knowledge can increase positive behavior in efforts to prevent Covid-19 infection. Compliance is one of the main keys to success in preventing the transmission of Covid-19 infection because it is a positive attitude and behavior towards a suggestion, procedure, or regulation that must be carried out or obeyed in preventing the spread of Covid-19 infection.