Digital Health Literacy Around Halal Covid-19 Vaccines
AbstractThere are various debates regarding the halal Covid-19 vaccine controversy from various parties on social media, which greatly affects the success rate of handling Covid-19. Good digital literacy for the public should be carried out so that it does not cause polemics and public opinion that hinders the handling of Covid-19. Discussions about the process and planning of administering vaccines occur with different grasping powers, thinking abilities and knowledge. With the increasingly massive use of communication technology in the form of the internet and social media, these differences in knowledge and perceptions can be well bridged through halal certainty and the vaccine process which is explained well through social media. The specific purpose of this research is to get an overview of the digital health literacy skills that exist in the community for information on halal Covid-19 vaccines by distributing online questionnaires to the public. Data were collected during February 2021 to May 2021 using a snowball sampling approach. From this discussion, it is clear that in general, people in Indonesia have good digital literacy skills related to information about the halal Covid-19 vaccine that is spread in online media.
How to Cite
Respati, T., Alamsyah, I. F., Fitriyana, S., & Marzo, R. R. (2022). Digital Health Literacy Around Halal Covid-19 Vaccines. Proceedings of The International Halal Science and Technology Conference, 15(1), 127–137. https://doi.org/10.31098/ihsatec.v15i1.602