Description of the Anxiety Level of Nurses for the Risk of Exposure to Covid -19 at the Wundulako Health Center
The anxiety experienced by nurses is the risk of being exposed, infected and including those closest to them because some nurses are required to self-isolate from those closest to them even though they are not infected with Covid-19. The purpose of this study is to describe the anxiety level of nurses regarding the risk of exposure to Covid-19 at the Wundulako Health Center. This research was conducted at the Wundulako Health Center in June 2022 involving a sample of 42 respondents. Collecting data using a research instrument in the form of a questionnaire. Data were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the age of the respondents was dominated by respondents aged 22-40 years as many as 28 people (66.7%), the length of work of the majority of respondents aged > 5 years as many as 31 people (73.8%) and the education of the majority of respondents Diploma as many as 33 people. (78.6%) while anxiety is dominated by 30 respondents who are not anxious (71.4%). It is recommended that nurses are able to manage coping with anxiety experienced by nurses.