EFEKTIFITAS PENYEBARAN INFORMASI COVID-19 MELALUI MEDIA TWITTER KEMENTRIAN KESEHATAN REPUBLIK INDONESIA DAN BADAN NASIONAL PENANGGULANGAN BENCANA

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Title EFEKTIFITAS PENYEBARAN INFORMASI COVID-19 MELALUI MEDIA TWITTER KEMENTRIAN KESEHATAN REPUBLIK INDONESIA DAN BADAN NASIONAL PENANGGULANGAN BENCANA
 
Creator Setiawan, Anang
Saputra, Herdin Arie
Atmojo, Muhammad Eko
 
Description Information technology must be utilized by the Government in establishing communication and transparency of data. Both things are very important when pandemic as they are today. Considering that the platform that can be used for communication and presentation of data is very diverse, so there is no reason not to open to the community especially in terms of data serving Covid-19. Qualitative method of descriptive by doing a search on the Twitter account of the Ministry of Health and National agency handling Bencara RI. During the period of 3 March 2020 to 31 May 2020. The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia has been doing all activities based on the call to encourage people to stay alert on the Covid-19 which has transmitted to most countries around the world. However, the interaction efforts on the Twitter platform did not decrease as the Covid-19 grew. The Twitter interaction of the National Disaster Management Agency of the Republic of Indonesia at the beginning of pandemic in March year 2020 has a tweet interaction value of 11.36%, in April by 18.72%, and there may be 17.69% that provides information related to the pandemic Covid-19, various aspects in a pandemic situation such as countermeasures, prevention, to the confirmation of Covid-19 in Indonesia.
Teknologi informasi yang ada harus dimanfaatkan oleh pemerintah dalam menjalin komunikasi maupun transparansi data. Kedua hal itumenjadi sangat penting disaat pandemic seperti sekarang ini. Mengingat platform yang bisa digunakan untuk komunikasi maupun penyajian data sangat beragam, sehingga tidak ada alasan untuk tidak terbuka terhadap masyarakat terutama dalam hal penyajian data covid-19. Metode kualitatif deskriptif dengan melakukan dengan melakukan penelusuran pada akun twitter kementerian Kesehatan RI dan Badan Nasional Penanganan Bencara RI. Selama periode 3 Maret 2020 hingga 31 Mei 2020. Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia telah melakukan segala aktivitas berdasarkan himbauan untuk mengajak masyarakat agar tetap waspada pada covid-19 yang sudah menularkan ke sebagian besar Negara-negara di seluruh dunia. Akan tetapi usaha interaksi di platform twitter tidak menurun seiring dengan semakin melonjaknya covid-19. Interaksi twitter Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana Republik Indonesia diawal masa pandemic yaitu pada bulan maret tahun 2020 mempunyai nilai interaksi tweet sebesar 11.36%, dibulan april sebesar 18.72%, dan ada bulan may sebesar 17.69% yang memberikan informasi terkait dengan pandemic covid-19, berbagai aspek di situasi pandemic seperti penanggulangan, pencegahan, hingga informasi terkonfirmasinya covid-19 di Indonesia.
 
Publisher Universitas Jenderal Ahmad Yani
 
Date 2021-02-07
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ejournal.fisip.unjani.ac.id/index.php/jurnal-academia-praja/article/view/210
10.36859/jap.v4i1.210
 
Source Jurnal Academia Praja; Vol 4 No 1 (2021): Jurnal Academia Praja; 89-106
2715-9124
2614-8692
10.36859/jap.v4i1
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://ejournal.fisip.unjani.ac.id/index.php/jurnal-academia-praja/article/view/210/184
 
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