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Background "A novel coronavirus infection is an emerging infectious disease that was identified in December 2019 in Wuhan‑city, China. The infection has in Iraq; several unprecedented measures have adapted to control the coronavirus transmission. These measures include the suspension of public transport; the closure of educational institutions; the prevention of public gatherings and events such as daily and Friday prayers, Church gathering, weddings, and funerals; the isolation of infected people; and the quarantine of suspected cases. Community health prevention program cannot be successful without health education programs which increase the commitment to control measures. To assist the management plan of coronavirus outbreak in Kurdistan region, urgent measures were needed to assess the public’s knowledge about the infection at this difficult time. Therefore, the aims of this study were to assess the level of knowledge of corona virus survivors toward coronavirus outbreak".
Objectives: The study aims at assess knowledge of Corona virus survivors toward concepts of domains of quarantine (Social distancing, sterilization, healthy food, and healthy behavior).
Methodology: A descriptive-cross-sectional online study design is conducted throughout the period of October 1st 2020 to February 17th 2021, assessment of knowledge of corona virus survivors in the central Euphrates in concepts of domains of quarantine (Social distancing, sterilization, healthy food, and healthy behavior). The snowball sampling methods (a non-probability) of (475) coronavirus survivors in governorates of the middle Euphrates, Iraq. The data were collected through the utilization of the developed questionnaire after the validity and reliability are estimated, and by means of online study design. Reliability of the questionnaire is determined through a pilot study and the validity through (13) experts. The data analyzed through the use of the descriptive and inferential statistical analysis procedures.
Results: he majority Corona virus survivors were moderate knowledge with overall assessment of Corona virus survivors toward concepts of domains of quarantine (Social distancing, sterilization, healthy food, and healthy behavior).
Conclusions: The majority of study sample infected persons who lose their sense of smell and taste have a mild infected and most of the infected persons and smokers have a mild infection.
Recommendations: Take vitamin D and zinc to support the body's immune system and consolidation the breathing system through physical rehabilitation and hitting the patient's back in a prostrate position, as well as hot bath and breathing exercises and maintaining the cleanliness and sterilization of things and surfaces.