Background: Vaccines play a critical role in preventing deaths, and hospitalization caus�ed by infectious diseases, such as COVID-19. They also contributed to controlling the spread of the disease. This study aimed to determine factors associated with the willing�ness to use COVID-19 vaccination among pregnant women.
Subject and Method: This was a cross-sectional study conducted at several health faci�li�ties in Bengkulu from August to October 2022. A random sample of 108 pregnant wo�men were selected for this study. The dependent variable was willingness to use COVID-19 vaccination. The independent variables were attitude, family history of COVID-19 in�fec�tion, and household income. The data were collected by a questionnaire. The data were analyzed by logistic regression model. The measure of association was Odds Ratio (OR).
Results: Willingness to use COVID-19 vaccination increased with positive attitude (OR= 4.75; 95% CI= 1.87 to 12.05; p<0.001) and the presence of family history of COVID-19 infection (OR= 0.69; 95% CI= 0.02 to 0.22; p< 0.001), and the associations were statisti�cally significant. The association between willingness to use COVID-19 and household income was statistically non-significant (OR= 1.47; 95% CI= 0.57 to 3.76; p= 0.418).
Conclusion: Willingness to use COVID-19 vaccination increases with positive attitude and the presence of family history of COVID-19. The association between willingness to use COVID-19 and household income is statistically non-significant.