This research was a cross-sectional survey.
The purposes were to investigate the level of health
beliefs, level of self-protection behavior, and factors
connected to self-protection behavior among COVID19.Nakhon Si Thammarat province was a research
area.People aged 15 and above were included in the
study.Data was collected during June and July of 2021. A
random sample of 2,220 people was collected in a
systematic manner. Cronbach's alpha coefficient for the
research questionnaire was 0.859.Data analysis statistics
were number, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and
multiple logistic regression to analyze factors related to
self-defense behavior from COVID-19.
Therefore, the adoption of health beliefs should be
designed for people to be able to comply with selfprotection measures against COVID-19.There is
awareness of disease risk exposure, perceived benefit of
disease prevention and perceived barriers to disease
prevention. Develop an activity model suitable for the
Behaviors, self-protection; COVID-19.