ORANGE PEEL AND JAVA SUGAR AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO NATURAL DISINFECTANT IN COVID-19 PREVENTION EFFORTS IN THE TOBACCO FARMING AREA, COASTAL AREA, JEMBER DISTRICT
Jember Regency is one of those with a thriving agricultural sector. The main commodity produced by the agricultural sector of the tobacco district of Jember. However, the communities in the tobacco farming region tend to lack a knowledge level, especially in the COVID-19 case. This made the farmer less able to share COVID-19 with their children who were the generation of nations so that the children's knowledge of the farmer became inferior. In the time of new adaptation habits, communities needed a COVID-19 preventive and countermeasure measure by periodic self-infection. Because of restrictions on the use of chemical disinfectants, researchers replaced them with natural ingredients for the peel of an orange and sugar from Java. The purpose of this research is to empower societies to increase awareness, will, and ability in raising degrees of health by educating children early in life so that they can benefit themselves, their families, and their environment. The methods used in this research are descriptive research with a qualitative approach. The results obtained from this study are an increased audience knowledge and skill in the making of natural disinfectant as one of the COVID-19 prevention efforts.