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Lessons from Compliance to Covid-19 Infection Prevention and Control Measures Among Health Care Workers in Somalia: Making a Case to Improve Preparedness and Readiness for National Health Security in a Fragile Setting
Advances in Preventive Medicine and Health Care
During infectious disease epidemics such as the COVID-19 pandemic, health care worker (HCW) infections can trigger and propagate hospital outbreaks. This is more prevalent in low-resource countries. This study determined the compliance to infection prevention and control (IPC) measures among HCWs exposed to COVID-19 in Somalia. Methods: Using a cross-sectional survey design, a random sample of 398 COVID-19 exposed HCWs from 198 health facilities in 33 districts from all six administratvedoi:10.29011/2688-996x.001035 fatcat:3kqebk5muvc3vh64zzqw3iaori