Study on Awareness and Knowledge of COVID-19 Among Healthcare Students and Professionals in Riyadh Hospitals in Saudi Arabia

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Yousef Mohammed Seraj Bana

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Background: Consistent with statistics, covid19 exposure is high and has decreased within the last three months. Therefore, this study aims to gauge the extent of attention and knowledge of the medical staff and medical students in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia COVID 19 control measures, and private hygiene. Methods: Collecting data on 500 medical staff and students from 25 hospitals in Riyadh through soft copy and text thanks to lack of your time and resources limits the event of this research. The response rate was 79% (395 questionnaires finish).


Results: illustrate knowledge of control measures and personal hygiene completely samples were above average. woman faculty, staff, and students be visible more awareness and knowledge than males. The medical staff has more knowledge than management staff and students the age bracket of 31-45 and above 45 has the exact best awareness and knowledge.


 Objective: The target of this study is to decide the understanding, attitude, and cognizance of medical students in Saudi Arabia on the COVID-19 pandemic.


 Conclusion: COVID-19 requires medical staff and medical students to understand personal hygiene strategies regularly, decrease the risk of student transfer and medical professions, and ensure that the only possible care for patients. The world is already under threat from the earth and other parts of the center East, like Saudi Arabia, where medical professional and doctors are the most targets of the COVID-19 outbreak of 2020.

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Yousef Mohammed Seraj Bana. (2021). Study on Awareness and Knowledge of COVID-19 Among Healthcare Students and Professionals in Riyadh Hospitals in Saudi Arabia. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 642 - 659. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/155
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