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Online Survey: GHS and Research Institutions in Ghana began COVID-19 Research



Research into Coronavirus is the trending news all over the world, every country is trying it's possibly best to come out with a solution to the COVID-19 pandemic.


A post sited on one of the researchers in Ghana Facebook reads;


"Dear Study Participant, we are researchers from Universities, Research Institutions, and Ghana Health Service conducting this study to investigate knowledge, attitudes, and practices towards the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) among the Ghanaian population. Your candid response will contribute to scientific evidence in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.


Dear friends, kindly help me by taking part in this study by using the link below. It takes 5 - 10 minutes to complete. Thank you."


https://forms.gle/ASyBXCawMztPmGdX9


A report reaching FOS News from the researching team is that they have begun collecting data that will help them do a proper research analysis, to come out with good results.


He further stated that this study will pose no direct or indirect harm to the participant. Data gathered from this study has no link with the identity of respondents. Moreover, the data will be kept confidential and will only be accessible to researchers. Participants are permitted to withdraw from the study at any time however we encourage them to partake in this study as we put up measures to control COVID-19 disease.


---FOS News

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