Analysis of Factors That Affects COVID-19 Vaccination on Countries Worldwide

Authors

  • Ferawaty Universitas Pelita Harapan
  • Melvin Universitas Pelita Harapan
  • Elisabeth Universitas Pelita Harapan
  • Daniel Universitas Pelita Harapan

DOI:

10.33395/sinkron.v9i1.13006

Keywords:

COVID, Correlation, Vaccination Rates, Factors, Values

Abstract

Despite the urgency of vaccination against COVID-19 worldwide, each country has different levels of vaccination rate which lead to different success rates. While several past studies have shown what factors affect a country’s vaccination rating from past epidemics, there are no correlation studies done on factors to COVID vaccination rates, with several media and institutes forming theories, with New York Times stating it’s GDP per Capita, and National Health Institute postulating literacy and other various factors, while none those two showing correlation studies of the factors as the proof. With values ranging from -1 to 1, results showed among six factors ranging from 0.51 to 0.64 for four factors showing that of six factors listed in this study, meaning they are moderately strongly related with the vaccination rate, with one having a value of 0.14, meaning it’s weakly related, another with value of -0.58, indicating strongly unrelated with vaccination rate.

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Ferawaty, F., Lee, M., Lintong, E. ., & Augustinus, D. C. (2024). Analysis of Factors That Affects COVID-19 Vaccination on Countries Worldwide. Sinkron : Jurnal Dan Penelitian Teknik Informatika, 9(1), 96-111. https://doi.org/10.33395/sinkron.v9i1.13006