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Socio-Economic Household Surveys on the Application of Basic Preventive Measures Dictated by the WHO to Stop the Spread of COVID-19 in the Northern Zone of Cameroon
Research and Reviews of Infectious Diseases
Currently, the emergence of a new human coronavirus, COVID-19, is of concern to all humanity. In order to understand the effect of this disease on the behavior of populations, we conducted surveys of 900 households in 300 households per Region (Adamawa, North, and Far North) in Northern of Cameroon. The surveys focused on compliance with the basic preventive measures dictated by the WHO, the means developed by households to block the way to this COVID-19, and the activities that occupy themdoi:10.36959/719/562 fatcat:jji5sntivvfrvgfwteksc7dsea