Penetration Analysis of Covid 19 and Impact on the Existence of Social Economic Life Citizenn in Bogor City (Study in Disaster Perspective)

  • Abubakar Iskandar Public Administration Study Program Djuanda University Bogor
  • Zahid Mubarok Islamic Broadcasting Communication Study Program Ibn Khaldun University Bogor
  • Maria Fitriah Communication Science Study Program Djuanda University Bogor
  • Afmi Aprilliani Public Administration Study Program, Djuanda University, Bogor.
Keywords: disaster, covid, economy, social, sufferer

Abstract

Information released on July 16, 2021, nationally there were 2,780,803 positive corona outbreaks. They  were 2,204,491 people recovered and 71,317 people died. In Bogor city were recorded 21,406 people positive for COVID-19, 16,690 people recovered, and 287 people died. As a result of covid 19  in 2020, the number of poor people increased to 77,976 people (2.6%) in 2021. The purpose of the research were to identify resources for overcoming covid 19, to identify the level of community income due to covid 19, to know the social impact of covid 19. , and  to formulate a COVID-19 response model. The research used a cross sectional design to determine the prevalence of COVID-19. Determination of subjects by screening for COVID-19 patients based on inclusion criteria. After determining the Covid-19 patients and non-covid-19 patients, they were used as controls using a random computerized technique using MS Excel. The research sample were 240 people, consisting of 120 people exposed to COVID-19 and 120 people not exposed. Qualitative data was analyzed by content analysis, while quantitative data used a Likert scale. The results showed as many as 15.8 percent said there were no incomes during the COVID-19 pandemic, 36.6 percent said their income were above 1,000,000 - 2,500,000, and 22.5 percent said their income were above 2,500,000 - 4,000,000. While 38.8 percent felt worried, as many as 36.7 percent said they were normal.

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Published
2022-05-08
How to Cite
Iskandar, A., Zahid Mubarok, Maria Fitriah, & Afmi Aprilliani. (2022). Penetration Analysis of Covid 19 and Impact on the Existence of Social Economic Life Citizenn in Bogor City (Study in Disaster Perspective). International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 62(2), 68-81. Retrieved from https://gssrr.org/index.php/JournalOfBasicAndApplied/article/view/14034
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