Public Response to the Implementation of Health Protocols during the Covid-19 Pandemic

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Angle Lustre
Liza Chiu

Abstract

The public's reaction to the implementation of health protocols during the Covid-19 pandemic is discussed in this report, as well as the idea of enforcing public health protocols, the relevance of implementing health protocols, and the public's reaction to implementing health protocols during the Covid-19 pandemic. This thesis is a quantitative one that relies on data gathered from surveys. The public reaction demonstrates that health guidelines are needed to strengthen attempts to avoid and monitor COVID-19 for people in public places and hospitals in order to avoid the emergence of new epicenters / clusters during the pandemic, as shown by the 78 percent who cooperate and the 22 percent who deliberately and inadvertently disregard. The community's position in breaking the COVID-19 transmission chain, or the possibility of contracting and distributing it, must be accomplished by the implementation of health protocols. The community's reaction to COVID 19 varies; some people really follow the government's protocol, which some people understand; but, for economic reasons, they still operate outside the home to survive.

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Lustre, A. ., & Chiu, L. . (2021). Public Response to the Implementation of Health Protocols during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, 2(2), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrmhss.v2i2.98
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