The Description of Community Perception and Behavior for Covid-19 Vaccination in Lerep Village, West Ungaran Sub District, Semarang Regency


  • Sisilia Susanti Werang Universitas Ngudi Waluyo
  • Eko Susilo Universitas Ngudi Waluyo


Public perception, behavior for COVID-19 vaccination


One of the efforts to overcome the pandemic apart from implementing health protocols is by vaccinating. The government has made efforts to provide free vaccines for the community. There are still many people who refuse to get vaccination even though the government has made administrative threats for those who refuse it. Several possible factors which cause vaccine coverage target has not been achieved include public perceptions and behaviors related to the Covid-19 vaccine. The purpose of this research is to know the description of public perception and behavior for COVID-19 vaccination in Lerep Village, West Ungaran Sub District, Semarang Regency. The design of this research was descriptive with a survey approach. The population in this study were the community in Lerep Village, West Ungaran Sub District, Semarang Regency with  sample of 100 people taken by quota sampling technique. The public perception of the covid-19 vaccine is mostly in positive category, as many as  93 people (93.0%). The behavior of the community for the covid-19 vaccine is mostly in good category, as many as 90 people (90.0%). It is expected that public will always update the latest information about COVID-19 vaccine from trusted sources such as the Ministry of Health website or WHO and implement health protocols to avoid COVID-19 infection and protect people around them.


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Werang, S. S. ., & Susilo, E. . (2022). The Description of Community Perception and Behavior for Covid-19 Vaccination in Lerep Village, West Ungaran Sub District, Semarang Regency. Proceedings of Conference on Health Universitas Ngudi Waluyo, 1(1), 129–137. Retrieved from