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Journal ID : TMJ-29-10-2021-10756
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Abstract :

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has spread rapidly globally, leading the World Health Organization to declare it a pandemic. The aim of the study to assess of women's knowledge towards ovid-19 pandemic in Mosul city. A cross-sectional study was conducted among (471) women who living in Mosul, between March 2020 and May 2020.An online questionnaire divided into three sections was used the 1th one includes socio-demographic characteristics; The 2th section assessed knowledge (10 questions) about COVID-19 and The 3th section was related to sources information about COVID-19. The total woman's knowledge regarding COVID-19, (61.57%) of woman showed good knowledge and nearly 20.59% showed excellent knowledge. On the other hand, 17.84% showed poor knowledge regarding COVID-19 pandemic. There were significant differences between the total women knowledge with most of the demographic characteristics reading resource at P value ≤ 0.05; except the ''side of city''. Additionally, women participant used Social Media follow internet to inform themselves about COVID-19(30.57%), (29.94%), respectively. In general, the study concludes that the overall knowledge regarding the COVID-19 had good knowledge among (471) women from a right and left side of Mosul city.

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