Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, have been three major waves of increasing case incidents in Indonesia. Almost all regions experience it, including Soppeng Regency, which rurals area with a low population density. This phenomenon leaves questions if you look at the government's efforts to control it; especially in enforcing PPKM rules. Various restrictions on PPKM have made this rule the most popular in the community. Even so, there is no specific study that looks at success of enforcing the rules risk factor for the occurrence of Covid-19. The aim of the research is to see the magnitude risk of adherence to staying away from crowds, adherence to washing hands when gathering, adherence using masks when gathering. This study uses case control study design. The case population is individuals who have been infected Covid-19 and the control population is those who have never been infected with Covid-19. A sample of 55 cases and 55 controls, selected by purposive sampling. Data analysis with univariate, bivariate and multivariate and odds ratios through cross tabulation with logistic regression test. Research results show. Bivariate analysis, compliance with staying away from crowds (OR 58.75 CI95% 16.05 - 234.66), adherence to washing hands at parties (OR 104.125 CI95% 24.37-500.45), adherence to wearing masks (OR 29.26 CI95% 9.22 – 100.21), adherence to physical distancing (OR 32.31 CI95% 9.74 – 120.62), limiting mobility (OR 47.97 CI95% 13.87-176.33). Multivariate analysis showed variabled most at risk for the incidence of Covid-19 was limiting mobility when gathering with an OR value of 3.871 (95%CI: 2.739-5.002).