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The compliance of Pasar Raya Padang merchants in implementing health protocol

  • Sri Siswati ,
  • Vebi Adiva ,
  • Ahmad Hidayat ,

Abstract

Introduction: COVID-19 cases in Indonesia continue to grow, including in Padang, 48% of the largest contributors to cases in West Sumatra. The distribution cluster occurs in the economic center of Pasar Raya market Padang. Traders are very at risk of contracting COVID-19 because of the dense market activity and interaction between sellers and buyers. The first survey by the COVID-19 Task Force showed that 40% were reprimanded for not implementing health protocols. This study aims to determine the factors related to the compliance of Pasar Raya Padang traders in implementing health protocols.

Methods: The type of research conducted is analytical with a quantitative approach to prove the existence of a statistical correlation between the variables studied. The total sample in this study amounted to 103 respondents. The sampling techniques used in this study are a proportional random sampling.

Results: 103 respondents showed that most respondents were female 52.4%. Respondents were dominated by the elderly age group aged 45 years 39.8%, 26-45 years were 31.1% and the young group 29.1 %. Variable dependent obedience 53.4% or 55 people. Independent variables, knowledge, attitude, and environment. Respondents have high knowledge 60.2%, positive attitude 51.8% and a supportive social environment 53.4%. Bivariate analysis showed a significant relationship between knowledge, attitude, and environment with compliance with health protocols. Based on qualitative results, the inconvenience of wearing a mask is the main priority of the obstacles found.

Conclusion: There is a significant relationship between knowledge, attitude, and environment with compliance with health protocols. Education about implementing health protocols and the vulnerability of traders to COVID-19 infection, as well as strict monitoring of effectiveness to improve merchant compliance with health protocols.

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How to Cite

Sri Siswati, Vebi Adiva, & Ahmad Hidayat. (2023). The compliance of Pasar Raya Padang merchants in implementing health protocol. Bali Medical Journal, 12(1), 678–682. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v12i1.4158

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