Level of student education and knowledge about sinovac vaccine with immunization participation
- Erika Martining Wardani ,
- Riezky Faisal Nugroho ,
- Difran Nobel Bistara ,
- Andikawati Fitriasari ,
- Lono Wijayanti ,
- Nur Ainiyah ,
- Yurike Septianingrum ,
Introduction: Due to reports of thousands of deaths and cases of illness rising daily, the Covid-19 outbreak has been deemed a worldwide health emergency. Giving vaccinations is one preventive method to stop its spread. Analysis of the association between students' educational attainment and their knowledge of the Sinovac vaccination and their involvement in the Sinovac immunization program was the study's main goal.
Methods: This study uses a cross-sectional methodology to analyze Rank Spearmen. 5400 students made up the study's sample, which was selected using a simple random sampling method. By sending out questionnaires via a Google form, data was collected.
Result: The majority of respondents with undergraduate education are 61.5%. According to the study's findings, the degree of education and immunization rates were significantly correlate, with p value = 0.000 (p-value < 0.05), and knowledge and immunization participation were significantly correlated, with p-value = 0.001 (p-value < 0.05).
Conclusion: The higher the education, the better the way of receiving information so that more information is obtained. Students can get knowledge through social media by exchanging experiences with individuals who have received vaccinations.