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Rizki Pradipta Herrindra, Sulistyo Setiawan
Jurnal Desain Indonesia, Volume 4, pp 11-24; https://doi.org/10.52265/jdi.v4i1.158

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During the 2019 Coronavirus disease (hereinafter referred to as “COVID-19”) pandemic in 2020, many human activities have become limited, such as shopping for daily necessities. As a result, humans need products that can help carry out their activities in the midst of a pandemic. This study discusses the process of designing a cleaning tool that can be used before entering the home environment to prevent the virus from being carried from items exposed to the outside environment. This research is motivated by the need for a cleaning tool that can prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus from items brought from outside the home. The products that are cleaned include shoes, electronic devices, and groceries purchased either through independent or online purchases. The purpose of this research is to produce a chamber design that can clean groceries and consumables quickly without damaging the packaging or products to be cleaned. The resulting design has a novelty value that is offered, namely a goods cleaning system using steam that can clean products from COVID-19 droplets. There is a theoretical basis used in the research, namely the use of disinfectants and antiseptics as a way to prevent the COVID-19 virus in housing. The design objectives were achieved through an online literature study analysis process accompanied by interviews and proofing the feasibility of the tools used with the Double Diamond design method. At the end of the process, a design is produced in the form of a final sketch and a 3D model of the disinfectant equipment brought from outside the house.
, Firda Yanuar Pradani, M. Ezza Azmi Fuadiyah, Hubullah Fuadzy, W. Nurindra Rohmansyah
Published: 13 December 2021
E3S Web of Conferences, Volume 331; https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/202133101001

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Data about testing for COVID-19 is important to be recognized since disease diagnostic tests are useful as a foundation for various purposes. Therefore, to obtain comprehensive data regarding the willingness of the Indonesian people to test for COVID-19, a study was carried out. This study is a population-based quantitative study with a cross-sectional design conducted on risk groups located in Pangandaran Regency, Indonesia in 2020. Data collection used a tele-survey technique (telephone interview) with a closed electronic questionnaire instrument. and 400 people as samples. A multivariate analysis was applied between factors such as age group, gender, income, confirmed COVID-19 environment, intensity of information seeking, social media exposure, and willingness to test for COVID-19. The results showed that there were more respondents who stated they did not want to take the COVID-19 test than those who did. The majority of respondents stated that the reason for not wanting to take the COVID-19 test was because they felt it was unnecessary and considered expensive. This study also shows that factors such as the latest level of education, monthly income before the new normal, confirmed COVID-19 environment, intensity of information seeking, and exposure to social media have the potential to affect willingness to test for COVID-19.
Wahyu Widyantoro, Nurjazuli Nurjazuli, Yusniar Hanani Darundiati
Published: 5 November 2021
E3S Web of Conferences, Volume 317; https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/202131701086

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The 2019 coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak was first discovered in Wuhan, China, and was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on March 11, 2020. In dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, various countries have implemented social restrictions on their citizens. Social limits due to the COVID-19 pandemic have caused different life effects that have never occurred. This phenomenon will affect the transmission of existing diseases such as dengue fever. This study aims to determine the impact of social restrictions on dengue transmission and indicators of dengue. This research method is a systematic literature review, is a literature review by synthesizing 294 selected 12 articles from the Pubmed.gov database. The literature shows that social restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic hurt the supervision and control of dengue. The increase in the dengue indicator, namely the density of mosquitoes, increased due to the termination of the control program. Human movement is a critical behavioural factor in many vector-borne disease systems because it affects vector exposure and pathogen transmission. The aspect of community mobility also reduces dengue cases during social distancing due to COVID-19.
Bayu Gilang Purnomo, , Yulia Venti Yoanita, Muhammad Priya Permana, Muhamad Amiruddin
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1823; https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1823/1/012061

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The spread of the Covid-19 virus continues to increase, so it is necessary to take preventive measures through increasing public awareness of the implementation of the COVID-19 prevention health protocol. Raising awareness can be done through socialization starting from the dangers of civid-19 and implementing standards for the prevention of covid-19 health protocols. The method used can be through the lecture method through online meetings. the media that can be used are the material of the dangers of covid-19, and the health protocol for the prevention of covid-19 according to the standards of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia. evaluation is carried out by providing a questionnaire before and after socialization activities. The results of the socialization show a significance of 0.000, which is less than the significance level (a) of 0.05. These results mean that there is a significant difference between awareness of the dangers of covid-19 and health protocol care behavior before and after socialization. The t table shows that the t count is negative, namely 7.844, which means that the average before was lower than after the socialization was carried out.
T Andrasto, U M Arief, Subiyanto, S Sukamta, V N Sulistyawan, E Sarwono, A A Alfian, P Wicaksono, P N Amelia, A D H Putra
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 700; https://doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/700/1/012012

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The disinfectant spraying activity includes a part of efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Spraying is usually done by manual method. This condition results in uneven spraying and it takes a long time. So, automatic disinfectant sprayers is the way to resolve this problem. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of disinfectant spray devices based on drones. The application of automation is obtained from the use of drone technology and testing the spraying in interval time. This research is conducted by using a drone design study method and field testing. The design of the drone as a spray tool is based on the basic assembled X6 tarot framework. The drone that will be used later can lift up to 6 kg as a maximum weight. The design stage begins by conducting a literature study of the type of control use. Control settings are made by calibrating the device to the drone’s load to obtain the maximum movement. The use of drones for spraying disinfectant liquid is done by taking off using the flying mode automatically regulated through the Mission Planner software. The results showed that the prototype drone uses a 6-liter tank capacity with a flight time of 6-8. In this case, the use of drones as disinfectant sprayers can facilitate spraying activities and cut down on application time.
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