KNOWLEDGE ON PREVENTION OF COVID-19 AND RELATED FACTORS OF STUDENTS IN TAN TRAO UNIVERSITY 2021-2022
COVID-19 pandemic is a top concern in the world as well as in Vietnam. To ensure effective COVID-19 prevention, students' knowledge is very important in COVID-19 prevention related to the implementation of Goverment policies. Therefore, we studied Knowledge on COVID-19 prevention and related factors of students in Tan Trao University 2021-2022. Then, proposing recommendations on COVID-19 prevention in Tan Trao University. The method was cross-sectional descriptive research, conducted from November 2021 to March 2022. We interviewed 216 students, selected by random sample using a structured questionnaire. Results: 24,5% students have sufficient knowledge. Ethnicity and Training about COVID-19 prevention were related to students' knowledge on COVID-19 prevention (p < 0.05).
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