Introduction: Covid-19 Pandemic event in Indonesia is still spreading, with one of the worst outbreaks occurring in Probolinggo, East Java. Pregnant mother is at a high risk of getting covid-19 pandemic, thus prenatal checkups at Public Health Center or independent practice midwives are limited during the pandemic. The purpose of this study is to investigate the correlation between the usage of the kami pekarasa card (cards of pregnant mother for posyandu's members and villages authority holders) and the coverage of the visit of k4 pregnant mother during the covid-19 pandemic event.
Methods: Correlational analytic research design was adopted in this study. This study used a 32-person sample. Data was collected by cadres using health protocols and analyzed using the chi-square test.
Results: The data revealed a p-value=0.018 and r=0.05, indicating that there is a correlation between the usage of kami pekarasa card and visit coverage of k4 pregnant mother during covid-19 pandemic.
Conclusion: Based on the result there was a significant between the usage of kami pekarasa card and the visit coverage of k4 pregnant mother during covid-19 pandemic event.