Analysis Connection Behavior Fulfillment Spiritual Needs in the Pandemic Era With Knowledge Inpatients at RSUD

Authors

  • Aayan Naila Athala
  • Sukmawati Dewi

Keywords:

Knowledge, Fulfillment of Spiritual Needs

Abstract

The World Health Organization calls this new type of virus SARSCoV ( Severa acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2) which is known until now as covid-19 (Coronavirus disease 2019) (WHO, 2020). WHO has declared Covid-19 a world pandemic on March 9, 2020. Where this virus has spread widely and easily infects individuals. It is hoped that with the designation of Covid-19 as a world pandemic, each country is obliged to turn on a warning system related to the implementation of Covid-19 in their country to break the chain of the spread of this virus. The Head of the Gorontalo Provincial Health Office said, based on the results of the CPR on 4 July 2021 there were an additional 76 new confirmed positive cases of Corona. Of these, 11 people tested positive for Corona in Gorontalo City, 58 people in Gorontalo Regency, 1 person in Boalemo Regency, 4 people in Bone Bolango Regency, 1 person in Pohuwato Regency and 1 person in North Gorontalo Regency. And now they are centrally isolated at the Hajj Mess, Gorontalo City. The increase in new cases in Gorontalo City has caused Gorontalo to become a red zone or a high risk of Covid-19 transmission. From this addition, the total number of Covid-19 cases in Gorontalo Province reached 5,990 people consisting of 5,557 people recovered, 186 people died, and 247 people are being treated or undergoing isolation. Gorontalo Provincial Health Office).

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Published

2024-02-19

How to Cite

Aayan Naila Athala, & Sukmawati Dewi. (2024). Analysis Connection Behavior Fulfillment Spiritual Needs in the Pandemic Era With Knowledge Inpatients at RSUD. International Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 1(1), 43–54. Retrieved from https://international.arikesi.or.id/index.php/IJHSB/article/view/5