Ethics Of Communication And Compliance In Response To The Handling Of The Covid-19 Pandemic

Siahaan, Chontina (2020) Ethics Of Communication And Compliance In Response To The Handling Of The Covid-19 Pandemic. European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 7 (3). pp. 4783-4793. ISSN 2515 8260

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When government rules are issued to maintain mutual safety in preventing the spread of Covid-19, following the ethics of all citizens must comply with it and obey it. But there are still citizens who commit violations of the rules that result in strengthening through criminal routes. One of the ethically inappropriate actions was to forcibly retrieve the bodies of Covid-19 victims, showing non-compliance with the predetermined rules. This paper aims to uncover and explain why there is still non-compliance of the community in responding to the handling of the Covid-19 Pandemic and how the legal perspective overcomes it. This writing method is qualitatively descriptive by explaining the behavior of people who are considered non-compliant in anticipating the spread of Covid-19. The theory used is Tyler'sCompliance Theory on compliance with the law, whIch includes instrumental perspectives and normative perspectives. The research informant is a Jakarta who knows about forced retrieval of bodies from hospitals that died due to Covid-19. The conclusion in this study is that society adheres to its morals and personal interests. This paper's recommendation is to make hospital managers more stringent in standardizing the storage of bodies that have the potential to transmit the virus and for the government and law enforcement to effectively enforce the rules on the forced retrieval of Covid-19 victims' bodies.

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