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COVID-19

1. How is COVID-19 passed from person to person? (select all that apply)
a. By touching a contaminated surface
b. By breathing in droplets that come from an infected person’s mouth or nose when they cough or breath
c. By receiving a blood transfusion
A & B
Answer D. When someone with COVID-19 coughs, sneezes or even just pushes a breath out, droplets are excreted from their nose and mouth which can contain the virus. These droplets can be breathed in by someone nearby or they can land on surfaces which other people can touch.
Answer D. When someone with COVID-19 coughs, sneezes or even just pushes a breath out, droplets are excreted from their nose and mouth which can contain the virus. These droplets can be breathed in by someone nearby or they can land on surfaces which other people can touch.
2. What are common symptoms of COVID-19?
Dry cough
Loss of sense of taste of smell
Fever
All of the above
Answer: All of the above. A new and continuous cough is usually a common symptom of COVID-19, but some people get other symptoms including headaches, flu-like symptoms, fatigue, or sore throat.
Answer: All of the above. A new and continuous cough is usually a common symptom of COVID-19, but some people get other symptoms including headaches, flu-like symptoms, fatigue, or sore throat.
3. Is handwashing an effective way to prevent COVID-19?
Yes, normal soap and water or hand sanitizer is effective
No
Yes, but only if you use a special soap
Yes, but you should add bleach to your hand soap
Answer: Yes, normal soap and water or hand sanitizer is effective. Good hand washing is one of the best and most effective ways to avoid contracting or passing on COVID-19. You should wash your hands regularly throughout the day, particularly before and after going out. Make sure you wash your hands with at least 15 seconds of friction time when using soap and water or rub in hand sanitizer until dry.
Answer: Yes, normal soap and water or hand sanitizer is effective. Good hand washing is one of the best and most effective ways to avoid contracting or passing on COVID-19. You should wash your hands regularly throughout the day, particularly before and after going out. Make sure you wash your hands with at least 15 seconds of friction time when using soap and water or rub in hand sanitizer until dry.
4. Should you wear gloves when going to the grocery store or out in public to avoid catching COVID-19?
Yes
No
Answer: No. While it might seem like a good idea to wear gloves, the vast majority of the general public simply doesn’t know how to wear, take off or dispose of gloves properly – and this means cross contamination is a greater risk. Revisit question 3 and wash those hands!
Answer: No. While it might seem like a good idea to wear gloves, the vast majority of the general public simply doesn’t know how to wear, take off or dispose of gloves properly – and this means cross contamination is a greater risk. Revisit question 3 and wash those hands!
5. Which of the following groups is COVID-19 more dangerous for?
The Elderly
People with underlying health conditions
Obese people
All of the above
Answer: All of the above. Many people who contract COVID-19 are able to fight off the virus because they have strong immune systems. However, it has proven to be particularly deadly for our elderly population as well as people who have underlying health conditions such as lung problems, heart problems and diabetes. People whose immune systems are compromised because of cancer treatments are also at greater risk.
Answer: All of the above. Many people who contract COVID-19 are able to fight off the virus because they have strong immune systems. However, it has proven to be particularly deadly for our elderly population as well as people who have underlying health conditions such as lung problems, heart problems and diabetes. People whose immune systems are compromised because of cancer treatments are also at greater risk.
6. Which of the following statements about masks are true?
a. Masks should be made with two layers of fabric
b. Masks should be worn covering both your nose and mouth and secured under your chin
c. Gaiters and face shields are proven to be as effective as cloth masks
d. Both A and B
Answer D. The CDC recommends that you wear a face mask with two or more layers to stop the spread of COVID-19 when leaving your home or you’re around people you don’t live with. Most doctors say any mask is better than not wearing a mask at all. The CDC does not recommend the use of gaiters or face shields at this time as evaluation of how effective they are is still be conducted.
Answer D. The CDC recommends that you wear a face mask with two or more layers to stop the spread of COVID-19 when leaving your home or you’re around people you don’t live with. Most doctors say any mask is better than not wearing a mask at all. The CDC does not recommend the use of gaiters or face shields at this time as evaluation of how effective they are is still be conducted.
Can COVID-19 be cured?
Yes
No
Answer: Yes. Most people will recover within two weeks of getting COVID-19 by themselves. Some people do require hospitalization when they encounter issues such as trouble breathing. For a small percentage of those infected, COVID-19 has proven fatal. If your symptoms don’t get better after a week, or if you’re having any difficulty breathing, you should seek medical care immediately.
Answer: Yes. Most people will recover within two weeks of getting COVID-19 by themselves. Some people do require hospitalization when they encounter issues such as trouble breathing. For a small percentage of those infected, COVID-19 has proven fatal. If your symptoms don’t get better after a week, or if you’re having any difficulty breathing, you should seek medical care immediately.
8. We’ve heard a lot of about “physical distancing” since COVID-19 hit the United States. What distance do experts recommend you keep from others to remain safe?
4 feet
6 feet
12 feet
10 feet
Answer: 6 Feet. Most world health experts agree that staying 6 feet away from people you don’t live with is a safe distance to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Other advice includes not shaking hands, hugging or kissing others as well as avoiding large gatherings.
Answer: 6 Feet. Most world health experts agree that staying 6 feet away from people you don’t live with is a safe distance to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Other advice includes not shaking hands, hugging or kissing others as well as avoiding large gatherings.
9. You should leave any mail or packages you receive in a “safe room” or your garage before bringing them into your home.
True
False
Answer: False. Many people were doing this, as well as wiping down groceries, at the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. There is no evidence to suggest that this is necessary. According to the World Health Organization, the likelihood of getting COVID-19 from a package delivered to your home is extremely low.
Answer: False. Many people were doing this, as well as wiping down groceries, at the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. There is no evidence to suggest that this is necessary. According to the World Health Organization, the likelihood of getting COVID-19 from a package delivered to your home is extremely low.
10. How long should you remain in quarantine if you have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19?
a. Until the positive person tests negative
b. For 14 days
c. Until you have a negative test
d. Until you are sure you have no symptoms
Answer B: It’s important to remember that quarantining is different than isolating if you test positive. Since you can test positive for COVID-19 for a full two weeks after exposure to a positive person, quarantining at home for 14 days is the best way to ensure you help stop the spread. This is true even if you test negative. If at any point during quarantine you develop symptoms, you should be tested immediately.
Answer B: It’s important to remember that quarantining is different than isolating if you test positive. Since you can test positive for COVID-19 for a full two weeks after exposure to a positive person, quarantining at home for 14 days is the best way to ensure you help stop the spread. This is true even if you test negative. If at any point during quarantine you develop symptoms, you should be tested immediately.
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