The COVID-19 pandemic is a non-natural disaster faced by the medical sector in various countries in the world. This study aims to analyze the influence of COVID-19 health protocol compliance on Coffee Shop visitors in Makassar City. This research with the design of the study cross-sectional. Visitors to Coffee Shop 160 to determine the influence of COVID-19 health protocol compliance assessed age, education, knowledge, attitudes, and information messages. The chi-square analysis showed that 118 respondents (73, 8%) had higher education and 42 respondents (26.3%) had low education. Another factor contributing to the compliance of COVID-19 health protocols of Coffee Shop visitors was the information message from the task force 142 respondents (88.8%) received information 18 respondents (11.2%) did not receive information. In addition, the higher the education of visitors, the 0.505 times more compliant with COVID-19 health protocols and more information about COVID-19 then, compliance with COVID-19 health protocols will increase by 0.494 times. Education is the most influential variable feeding on the compliance of covid 19 health protocols. It is recommended that the task force always provide information to the public to increase knowledge for the community to continue implementing COVID-19 health protocols to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
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