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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Evaluation Of The Execution Of Precautionary Measures To Diminish The Prevalence Of Covid-19 Pandemic At Al-Nasiriya City Southern Iraq

Author: RAWAA ABD
Abstract: COVID-19 consider a great worldwide health problem effect all person at any age and from both sex that placing a major economic burden on public health systems. This A cross sec¬tional study consist of 460 respondents conducted to identify the commitment extent of people to the standards of prevention measures against corona virus at Al-Nasiriya city at Thi-qar governorate. The study conducted by special questionnaire consist of three parts the first part contain demographic characteristics, second part , concern with implementation of personal preventive measure, third one was about Sterilization and disinfection of tools and surfaces. The study results reveal that majority of study sample who applied personal preventive measure at age group (21-30), highly statistical association was found between implementation of personal preventive measures and age at p-value (0.000) also in respect to gender table illustrate that female always applying these measures rather than male, there was significant association at p-value (0.016). From the current study, we conclude that there is a statistically significant relationship between the application of personal protection measures and gender, as women are more committed to implementing these measures than men.
Keyword: COVID-19, Prevalence, Prevention, Pandemic, hand washing
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.348
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