Knowledge, attitudes, and practices toward the COVID-19 among the adult population in Bangladesh: a cross-sectional online survey

Published: 17 June 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/8f5x85f5g3.1
Mohammad Hossain,
Md. Zakiul Alam,
Md Syful,
Shafayat Sultan,
Mahir Faysal Mahir,
Sharmin Rima,
Maliha Mubashirah Mahmood,
Md. Hossain,
Shaima Shohuda Kashfi,
Abd Mamun,
munia tasmia,
sharmin shoma


The non-therapeutic measures taken by the Government of Bangladesh to tackle the pandemic of SARS-CoV-2 have little impact on the reduction of transmission of the virus as the adoption of preventive measures by the general population is predominantly a behavioral issue, and often influenced by their knowledge and attitudes. This study assessed the levels and determinants of knowledge, attitudes, and practices toward COVID-19 among the population of Bangladesh aged 18 years and above. This study adopted a cross-sectional survey design. Data was collected from 1056 respondents using the online platform Google Forms.



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