Optimization Of the Use Of Mental Health Poster Media In The Elderly During The Covid-19 Pandemic

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nurlita sapitri
esme anggeriyane

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Coronavirus or often called Covid-19 was first detected in the city of Wuhan, Hubei province, China in December 2019. Covid-19 cases in Indonesia first entered in March 2020. In recent years many countries have struggled to prevent the growing spread of Covid-19. Many impacts occur from the economy, physical and mental health of the community from children and even the elderly. The government's determination that prohibits people from doing activities outside the home, destroying the use of masks and maintaining distance. Many people feel pressured about this, especially the elderly who are vulnerable to the disease of the Covid-19 virus makes the elderly rarely active outside the home makes them stressed and need support from family and closest people. With this method used is to stick posters and create content on social media so that the public knows how to work on mental health and the importance of mental health. Conclusion of lack of public knowledge will maintain mental health in this Covid-19 pandemic, the importance of maintaining mental health especially for the elderly

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sapitri, nurlita, & anggeriyane, esme. (2022). Optimization Of the Use Of Mental Health Poster Media In The Elderly During The Covid-19 Pandemic. Prosiding Pengembangan Masyarakat Mandiri Berkemajuan Muhammadiyah (Bamara-Mu), 2(1), 85–89. Retrieved from http://proceeding.mbunivpress.or.id/index.php/bamara/article/view/625
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