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Table 2 Knowledge, attitude and practice of COVID-19 among Sudanese

From: Knowledge, attitude and practice of the Sudanese people towards COVID-19: an online survey

Variable Frequency (%)
Knowledge
A. COVID-19 can be transmission through  
1. Airborne 276 (28.0)
2. Droplets 881 (89.3)
3. Fomite and surfaces 878 (89.0)
B. Symptoms of COVID-19 include
4. Cough 846 (85.7)
5. Fever 916 (92.8)
6. Headache 865 (87.6)
7. Tiredness 736 (74.6)
8. Difficulty in breathing 943 (95.5)
9. Sore throat 839 (85.0)
C. Risk of developing severe form of COVID-19 include
10. Chronic diseases 789 (79.9)
11. Pregnancy 289 (29.3)
12. Old age 806 (81.7)
13. Any one (irrespective to his health condition or age) 356 (36.1)
14. Do not know any risk 025 (02.5)
D. Preventive measures for COVID-19 include
15. Hand washing 969 (98.2)
16. Social distancing 933 (94.5)
17. Wearing a mask 760 (77.0)
18. Antibiotics 046 (04.7)
19. Specific medicine for treatment of COVID −19 029 (02.9)
Attitude
1. Hand washing is important in controlling the spread of COVID-19 912 (92.4)
2. Wearing masks is important in controlling the spread of COVID-19 491 (49.7)
3. Isolation of suspected would prevent the spread of the virus 918 (93.0)
4. Social distancing would prevent the spread of the virus 889 (90.1)
5. COVID-19 seems a dangerous disease 883 (89.5)
Practice
1. I am practicing social distancing 601 (60.9)
2. I am practicing hand washing frequently 684 (69.3)
3. I avoid shaking hands 266 (27.0)
4. My family practiced social distancing frequently 293 (29.7)
5. My family practiced hand washing frequently 567 (57.4)
6. My family used face masks frequently 133 (13.5)
Overall
Overall Knowledge score (Mean ± SD) 15.33 (± 2.24)
Overall attitude score (Mean ± SD) 04.15 (± 0.97)
Overall practices score (Mean ± SD) 02.58 (± 1.73)