Open Access Research Article

Knowledge, Attitudes, and Anxiety towards Covid-19 among Female Postgraduate and Undergraduate University Students in Riyadh

Sarah Samer Aburaisi1*, Deana Awartani2, Nour Aburaisi3 and Dana Aburaisi4

1lecturer in Prosthdontics, Riyadh Elm University (REU), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

2Medical Student, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

3Post graduate Student, Ajman university, United Arab Emirates

4Senior Dental Students, Riyadh Elm University (REU), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Corresponding Author

Received Date: August 22, 2020;  Published Date: August 26, 2020


Despite the relentlessness of the novel Coronavirus, majority of the individuals globally worldwide have continued to be unconscious about it. They are not informed on the ways in which the virus is spread, its signs and symptoms, or the steps they need to put in consideration to avoid being infected. The main contributing factor of the high rate of spread of Coronavirus is public unawareness. To help its people from being infected with the virus, Saudi Arabia as a country has opted for rigorous and strict measures. The move is characterized by exceptional criteria with the objective of taking control of Coronavirus and prevent people from being infected. COVID-19 is the disease caused by the Coronavirus, a virus that has been identified for the first time, and it is also referred to as SARSCo- 2 [1].

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