JRSSEM 2021, Vol. 1, No. 1, 8 17
E-ISSN: 2807 - 6311, P-ISSN: 2807 - 6494
DOI : 10.36418/jrssem.v1i1.4 https://jrssem.publikasiindonesia.id/index.php/jrssem/index
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF
PERMENKES NUMBER 10 YEAR 2021 CONCERNING
IMPLEMENTATION OF VACCINES FOR MANAGEMENT OF
COVID-19 IN THE COMMUNITY
Nura Damayanti Ariningsih
1*
Windy Ratna Yulifa
2
1,2
Universitas Duta Bangsa Surakarta
e-mail:
nuradamayanti64@gmail.com
1
*Correspondence: nuradamaya[email protected]ail.com
Submitted: 16 August 2021, Revised: 21 August 2021, Accepted : 27 August 2021
Abstract. Vaccines in the sense of Minister of Health Regulation Number 10 of 2021 concerning
the Implementation of Vaccines in the Context of Combating the COVID-19 Pandemic, in article 1
number 1 it is explained that vaccines are biological "weapons" used to help the human immune
system fight disease. Vaccines are made from weakened or dead disease microbes, or agents
containing certain toxins or proteins, which have been added with other ingredients to provide
immunity against certain diseases. In fact, the current COVID-19 vaccine plan faces a variety of
reasons for acceptance and related to it. The problem and the purpose of this research is how to
implement Permenkes No. 10 of 2021, the implementation of vaccination in the context of dealing
with COVID-19 in the community and how the community responds to vaccination in Indonesia.
This research method is based on empirical jurisprudence, collecting data through questionnaires
to determine the effectiveness of Health Regulation Number 10 of 2021 regarding the application
of vaccines in the context of the community's struggle against the Covid19 pandemic. Based on
the research, Key is that actually with the implementation of Ministerial Regulation Number 10 of
2021 concerning the Implementation of Vaccines in the Context of Public Resistance Against the
COVID-19 Pandemic, this policy has received many benefits. approval of the COVID-19 vaccine plan
because the plan aims to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic.
Keywords: effectiveness; regulation of the minister of health; the COVID-19 vaccine