COVID-19, which first occurred in Wuhan,
China, has spread rapidly to almost all countries including
Indonesia and was announced by the WHO as a pandemic.
The Indonesian government establishes a “Task Force
Acceleration of Handling COVID-19” for handling
COVID-19. Pharmacists are an important part of the
health care system and play a role in perfecting the
COVID-19 outbreak management cycle. Pharmacists play
a role in ensuring the continued functioning of the health
care system in the detection, prevention and management
of cases. In this practice, pharmacists need knowledge,
attitudes and practices related to COVID-19. This study
aims to evaluate knowledge, attitudes and practices of
pharmacists in Community Pharmacy in Indonesia about
COVID-19, and examines the relationship between these
three variables. This research is a cross-sectional study,
and the sampling technique is purposive sampling. The
study instrument was a validated questionnaire that was
distributed through social media (WhatsApp).
178pharmacist was qualified to participate in this study.
The results of the study showed that pharmacists have a
high level of knowledge (83.1%), positive attitude (54.5%)
and good practices (57.3%) about COVID-19. In this
study, knowledge level of pharmacists was influenced by
the education level, attitudes was influenced by the
education level and the province’s recovery rate, while
practice was influenced by gender. Statistical analysis
between knowledge, attitude and practice of pharmacists
about COVID-19 showed that there was a significant
relationship between knowledge with attitude and attitude
with practice and knowledge with practice
COVID-19, Knowledge, Attitude, Practice, Community Pharmacy.