• Umar Yahya IAIN PAREPARE
  • Adnan Saleh Mr



Covid-19 epidemic, Risk Perception, Social Distancing


This research aims to describe the community risk perception of the Covid-19 epidemic and social distancing in Sidenreng Rappang Distrct, South Sulawesi Selatan. Research findings are expected to provide recommendation to stakeholders. Thhis study uses data in the form of primary data by distributing questionnaires online. The number of population is 5.989. The number of respondent is 105. The sampling technique used is quantitative describtive, using SPPS Program. The results showed that psychological risk included in the very high category that is 82.34%, pgysical risk included in the hig category 71,45%, and performance risk, finance risk, time-loss risk, social risk is in the medium category with each percentage ie; 49.63%, 57.29%, 55.94%, 44.46%. This data can be understood that the higher the percentage means the higher the community risk perception and vice versa.


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Yahya U, Saleh AAA. PERSEPSI RISIKO ATAS IMBAUAN SOCIAL DISTANCING AKIBAT PANDEMI COVID-19. JIDS [Internet]. 2022Jan.11 [cited 2022Jan.19];5(2):240-52. Available from: