Faktor-Faktor yang Mempengaruhi Kesediaan Vaksinasi Covid-19 di Lingkungan Universitas Abulyatama

Ade Kiki Riezky, Syarifah Nora Andriaty, Lensoni Lensoni


More than 2.5 years since the first COVID-19 cases were reported, this pandemic remains a global problem. The government continues to monitor COVID-19 cases in the country. The COVID-19 vaccination has reached the 4th vaccination. Nationally, when viewed from the total number of vaccination achievements starting from the first to the fourth, it has decreased. The picture of vaccination achievement in Aceh Province also decreased from the first dose to the third dose. The purpose of this research is to find out more about the factors that influence the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Abulyatama. The research method is descriptive, using a cross sectional design. Research respondents are students of Abulyatama University. Respondents were taken randomly as many as 564 people. Collecting data using a questionnaire. The results showed that the distribution of patient age categories was dominated by the age of 17-18 years (45%), the gender category was dominated by women (70.2%), the faculty category is was dominated by the Faculty of Medicine (51.1%), the regional origin category is dominated by the Aceh Besar category (16.8%), comorbidity is dominated by no answer (95.6%), the first COVID-19 vaccine category is 14.7%, the second vaccine is 59.4%, and the third vaccine is 25.9%. The conclusion of the study is that the willingness to vaccinate students at Abulyatama University is quite high, although only 25.9% of students underwent the third dose of vaccine

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