31 COVID-19 Knowledge-Base Current Affairs Quiz
Infection, Prevention and Control for COVID-19
1. The novel coronavirus recently identified from respiratory samples of patients with an acute respiratory syndrome in Wuhan, China is called COVID-19?
2. In a healthcare setting, transmission-based precautions are applied in addition to standard precautions.
3. Alcohol-based hand-rub can be used to disinfect hands and surfaces between patients.
4. Droplet-transmitted infections can travel greater than 2 meters.
5. A face mask is used when performing aerosol generating procedures.
6. What is the main route of transmission of COVID-19 virus in a healthcare facility?
[A] Respiratory transmission
[B] Blood-borne transmission
[C] All of the above
7. The aim of early recognition is to
[A] Prevent transmission of infectious agents in settings where healthcare is delivered
[B] Control existing infections
[C] Remove a reservoir of infection
[D] All of the above
8. Airborne precautions are used for COVID 19
[A] Because it is transmitted through droplet nuclei
[B] When aerosol generating procedures are carried out
[C] When less than 1m distance from a confirmed COVID-19
[D] All of the above
9. The following is the correct sequence for donning your PPE for droplet precautions
[A] Gown, Glove, Mask
[B] Mask, Gown, Glove
[C] Gown, Mask, Glove
[D] None of the above
10. Which patient at screening will be considered a suspect case for COVID-19?
[A] Has axillary temperature of 39°C, cough, catarrh, difficulty in breathing with no history of exposure
[B] Has axillary temperature >37.5°C plus coughing plus travel history to high risk area
[C] A and B
COVID-19: What It Is, How It Is Transmitted Quiz
Understanding & Breaking the Chain of Infection
11. What do SARS-CoV-2, SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV have in common?
[A] They all cause COVID-19
[B] They are similar to other coronaviruses in bats
[C] They are water-borne diseases
[D] They were first identified in China
12. They were first identified in China
[D] All of the above
13. The minimum incubation period of COVID-19 is about ___ days and the maximum period is ___ days.
[A] 3 – 5 days / 14 days
[B] 5 – 6 days / 14 days
[C] 2 – 5 days / 10 days
[D] 6 – 7 days / 10 days
14. Human to human transfer occurs by:
(Select all that apply)
[A] Inhaling droplets expelled from the respiratory tract of infected persons when they cough or sneeze
[B] Having contact with respiratory secretions from an infected person
[C] Keeping a distance of at least 1m from others
[D] Blood transfer from an infected patient
[E] Touching surfaces contaminated with respiratory secretions from infected persons and then touching the mouth, nose or eyes
[F] Insect bites; when an insect bites an infected person and then a non-infected person
15. Which of the following is NOT a way to avoid infection of COVID-19?
[A] Wash hands regularly
[B] Avoid close contact with anyone showing signs of respiratory illness, such as coughing and sneezing
[C] Bath with salt and water
[D] Use appropriate PPE when in contact with a suspected case
16. Which of the following is NOT a clinical sign and symptom of COVID-19?
[A] Fever >38oC, dry cough, nausea and vomiting
[B] Fever >38oC, dry cough and difficulty breathing
[C] Fever>38oC, sneezing and body rash
[D] Fever >38oC, dry cough, fatigue, and headache
Understanding & Breaking the Chain of Infection Quiz
17. The chain of infection refers to:
[A] When an infectious agent leaves its reservoir through a portal of exit and must be conveyed by some mode of transmission to enter through an appropriate portal of entry in order to infect a susceptible host.
[B] When a portal of exit leaves its reservoir through an infectious agent and must be conveyed by some mode of transmission to enter through an appropriate portal of entry in order to infect a susceptible host.
[C] When a portal of exit leaves its reservoir through an infectious agent and must be conveyed by some mode of transmission to enter through a susceptible host in order to infect an appropriate portal of entry.
18. The following IPC strategies will help break the chain of transmission, except
[A] Removing the reservoir/source control
[B] Warn patients not to come to the hospital
[C] Interrupting the mode of transmission
[D] Encourage patients to maintain a healthy diet
[E] Have patients drink warm water many times a day
Protecting susceptible host
B [Warn patients not to come to the hospital] ✓
E [Have patients drink warm water many times a day Protecting susceptible host] ✓
19. Which of the following is NOT an effective way to break the chain of transmission of COVID-19?
[A] Regular hand hygiene
[B] Cleaning and disinfection of surfaces and environment
[C] Wearing appropriate PPE when attending to patients
[D] Arranging patient’s bed neatly
Screening & Triaging for COVID-19: Screen, Isolate & Notify
20. To effectively prevent and control COVID-19, all healthcare facilities should implement the S-I-N approach. This means:
[A] They should ensure that no patient commits a crime
[B] They should ensure that patients wait on a straight line
[C] Patients should be Screened, Isolated, and if there is a suspected case, NCDC or a treatment centre should be Notified
[D] Healthcare workers should use appropriate PPE
[E] All patients should be given face masks
21. What does case definition mean in the context of COVID-19?
[A] Tracing contacts of a suspected or confirmed case
[B] Identifying the symptoms of COVID-19 in a patient
[C] Giving suspected patients face masks
[D] Describing the aetiology of the coronavirus disease
22. When a patient is in isolation, the healthcare worker should?
[A] Explain to the patient the reasons for isolation/holding and ensure patient understands
[B] Train patient on how to treat COVID-19
[C] Explain the necessary IPC precautions to be taken to prevent transmission to family members
[D] Conduct morning exercises with the patient
[E] Educate patient on respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette
[F] Give patient medical mask and ensure patient knows how to use it
[G] None of the above
23. Which of the following are not IPC precautions that are to be taken in the isolation area?
[A] Ensure isolation room is well ventilated
[B] Allow only one family member/friend to sleep over with patient
[C] Restrict access to isolation areas. Even staff should not move freely between isolation area and other clinical areas
[D] Turn on the fan in the room
[E] Maintain a register of all who visit isolation area
[F] Room must have facilities for respiratory hygiene and hand hygiene
24. Who can be notified when there is a suspected case of COVID-19?
[A] LGA Disease Surveillance and Notification officer
[B] State Disease Surveillance and Notification officer
[C] State Epidemiologist
[D] NCDC Toll-free line
[E] All of the above
[F] None of the above
25. The goal of standard precautions is the following, except:
[A] To show that the healthcare worker is neat
[B] To teach the patient to wash their hands when they return home
[C] To prevent the healthcare worker from bodily stains
[D] To reduce the risk of transmission of infection from any source
[E] All of the above
26. Standard precautions are designed to be followed (choose the one(s) that apply):
[A] For in-patients only
[B] For out-patients only
[C] Wherever healthcare is delivered
[D] With unfamiliar patients to the healthcare worker only
[E] In the health facility only
27. Standard precautions are designed to be followed when (select the best option):
[A] The patient is coughing or sneezing
[B] The patient is in pain
[C] At all times, whether the infection is known or unknown
[D] When the patient has COVID-19
28. Direct sources of infection include the following except:
[A] Body fluids
[E] Nasal discharge
[F] Wounds drainage
[I] All of the above
[J] None of the above
29. Contaminated surfaces, used tissue, contaminated equipment and objects are all examples of direct sources of infection.
30. The following are elements of standard precautions, except:
[A] Hand hygiene
[B] Respiratory and cough etiquette
[C] Drinking sufficient water
[D] Appropriate use of PPE
[E] Patient placement with adequate ventilation
[F] Staying out of the sun to avoid sunburn
31. The proper handwashing technique is to wash hands with soap and running water for about
[A] 15-20 seconds
[B] 20-30 seconds
[C] 30-35 seconds
[D] 40-60 seconds
[E] 35-39 seconds