Depression, anxiety, and stress levels in Denpasar community during the pandemic of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

I Gusti Ngurah Bagus Rai Mulya Hartawan (1), I Gede Gita Sastrawan (2), Rovie Hikari Parastan (3), Luh Seri Ani (4)
(1) Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University, Indonesia,
(2) Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University, Indonesia,
(3) Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University, Indonesia,
(4) Public Health Department, Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University, Indonesia


The Government of Indonesia has started to implement a Large-Scale Social Limitation (PSBB) in cities and provinces in Indonesia to prevent the increasing of COVID-19 transmission. The Denpasar city as one of the cities that implemented a similar system. This study was aims to provide an overview of the levels of depression, anxiety, and stress in the Denpasar community during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study was an observational descriptive study with cross-sectional design. The data collection used Google forms that distributed online. There were 160 respondents participated in this study, dominated by women (56.9%), domiciled in South Denpasar (35.0%), living with family or relatives (85.6%), aged 18-25 years old (63.7%), had diploma or bachelor degree as their education background (55.0%), unmarried (66.3%), students (38.8%), and no income (44.4%). The results showed that respondents had 1-2 offspring (53.7%), did not experience layoffs (83.9%), and experienced a decrease in income (67.0%), dominant respondents experienced psychosocial disorders in the form of depression (51.2%) with a moderate degree (31.7%) and the anxiety (53.1%) with a mild degree (40.0%). Most respondents did not experience stress (53.1%). In conclusion, the characteristics of respondents' psychosocial disorders were moderate depression, mild anxiety, and did not stress.

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I Gusti Ngurah Bagus Rai Mulya Hartawan (Primary Contact)
I Gede Gita Sastrawan
Rovie Hikari Parastan
Luh Seri Ani
Hartawan, I. G. N. B. R. M., Sastrawan, I. G. G., Parastan, R. H., & Ani, L. S. (2021). Depression, anxiety, and stress levels in Denpasar community during the pandemic of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Qanun Medika - Medical Journal Faculty of Medicine Muhammadiyah Surabaya, 5(1), 103–111.

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