COVID-19 Disease & Vaccine Survey in Africa
The COVID-19 pandemic is a public health concern; for which the WHO recommends protective measures and vaccination. There is inadequate data on the impact of COVID-19 vaccination and control measures in Africa. This survey is collecting data about people's knowledge, attitude and compliance regarding COVID-19 disease and vaccines.
|Condition or Disease
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic remains a major public health concern. There is inadequate data on the epidemiology of COVID-19 in Africa. There are emerging COVID-19 variants with high transmissibility and morbidity. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends protective measures and vaccination; for the control of COVID-19. There is inadequate data on the impact of COVID-19 vaccination and control measures in many nations in Africa.
This study is a survey of specific urban populations in sub-Saharan Africa. The anonymized survey is collecting data about people's knowledge and attitude regarding COVID-19 disease or control measures. The survey is also collecting data about people's knowledge, attitude and compliance regarding COVID-19 vaccines. The study uses a validated questionnaire to collect data. The study aims to inform and improve COVID-19 management or control in Africa.
Arms and Interventions
|Urban population Africa
Urban population in sub-Saharan Africa
Questionnaire survey for data collection
Primary Outcome Measures
- Percentage of people who know about COVID-19 prevention [6 months]
Percentage of people who know about COVID-19 preventive measures
- Percentage of people who received COVID-19 vaccination [6 months]
Percentage of people who received COVID-19 vaccination, 1st and 2nd doses
urban population in Africa
people in sub-Saharan Africa town
people outside sub-Saharan Africa
Contacts and Locations
|Salem Anaesthesia Pain Clinic
Sponsors and Collaborators
- Salem Anaesthesia Pain Clinic
- Principal Investigator: Olu Bamgbade, MD,FRCPC, Salem Anaesthesia Pain Clinic
Study Documents (Full-Text)None provided.
- SalemAnes2021 COVID Africa