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7. Name the symptoms of
COVID-19 infection:

10. What are the symptoms of
mild COVID-19?

A. None

A. Body aches

B. Fever

B. Fever

C. Cough

C. Shortness of breath but not requiring supplemental oxygen

D. Shortness of breath
E. Loss of taste and/or smell
F. Diarrhea and/or nausea

D. Loss of taste and/or smell
E. All or some

G. Body aches including headaches
H. All the above except for A
I. Some of above symptoms

8. W
 hat are risk factors for
increased severity of
COVID-19?
A. Over 65 years of age

11. D
 istinguish moderate from
severe COVID-19 infections
A. Admission to hospital for oxygen
administration
B. Admission to Intensive care unit
C. Endotracheal intubation
D. Death

B. Diabetes
C. Hypertension
D. Immunocompromised (HIV,
organ transplant, chemo- or
radiotherapy)
E.Respiratory disease (asthma,
chronic obstructive pulmonary
disease, or restrictive lung disease)
F. Obesity (Body Mass Index 40
or more)

D. Neither masked 90%
E. All are true
F. Only B and C are true
G. Nothing works

14. W
 hat are the best ways
of preventing SARS-CoV-2
transmission? (True or False)
A. Mask wearing
B. H
 and washing with soap and water
for 20 seconds or alcohol-based
hand sanitizer if soap and water not
available
C. Social distancing (6 feet apart or 2
arm lengths)
D. Stay home as much as possible
E. Be in well ventilated rooms
F. Close toilet lids before flushing

12. If your patient gets
G.Get COVID-19 vaccine (both
doses) as soon as possible and at
COVID-19 and wants to avoid
recommended intervals
hospitalization and/or
intubation, what is the one best
practice he or she should do?  15. H ow does COVID-19 affect
pregnancy? (True or False)
A. Exercise twice a day
B. Take vitamins and minerals

A. No change in symptoms or severity

G. Pregnancy

C. Eat more vegetables and fruits

H. Black, Latinx, native American,
Asian, or Pacific islander

D. Sleep at least 8 hours a day

B. M
 ore susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2
if hypertension or gestational
diabetes

E. Spend up to 6 hours a day on their
abdomen

C. 70% increased death rate if pregnant and ages 15-24 and 35-44

I. Chronic kidney disease

9. How does SARS-CoV-2
typiCally enter the body?
A. Attachment to ACE2 receptors in
olfactory epithelium (nasal lining)
B. Cold food
C. Well ventilated room
D. Corona beer

13. What is the effectiveness
of proper mask wearing in
preventing transmission of
SARS-CoV-2 from infected 
person to not infected person?
A. Both masked 2%
B. Infected masked 70%
C. Non-infected masked only 30%

D. M
 ore pregnant women die of
COVID-19 if ages 25-34
E. Black women have more ICU, invasive ventilation, and deaths than
other racial/ethnic groups
F. COVID-2 is no worse than H1N1
flu epidemic for pregnancy
G. Asian, Latinx and Pacific islanders
have better pregnancy outcomes
with COVID-19 than pregnant
whites
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