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There is one clinical trial.
This study examines the use of disinfectants by Egyptian women during the coronavirus lockdown. Data will be collected via an online self-administered questionnaire that will be distributed to Egyptian women via social media channels. Questions in the questionnaire will assess types of disinfectants frequently used and how often they have been used for household disinfection during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. We hypothesized that the frequent use of disinfectants in deep household cleaning during the lockdown has been associated with increased incidents of toxicity by bleach and similar products. At the same time, people were advised to stay home and refrain from seeking in-person medical care to avoid catching the coronavirus. Therefore, many people used social media to receive medical advice not necessarily from the right sources nor qualified experts.
Description: Assessment of disinfection practice among women in EgyptMeasure: The use of disinfectants in deep house cleaning by women in Egypt. Time: one month after the distribution of the questionnaire
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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