Coronavirus Quiz: How well do you know the COVID-19?
There are some years that have historical moments that will forever be attached to them. For 2020, it will forever be the year of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.

COVID-19 coronavirus has uprooted people’s lives and changed the way we go about our daily activities. It has been the number one topic for the last couple of months. Whether it’s in conversations that we’re having with other people or hearing about it on the radio and television.

By now we should be pretty knowledgeable about all things COVID. But there’s still a lot of misinformation out there. If you feel like you’ve been able to sift through all the false information and consider yourself pretty knowledgeable on the topic, let’s take a very short quiz. The information is from the CDC and the Minnesota Dept. of Health. The answers are at the bottom of the page.

 

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Who is at a high risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19?

A) Elderly people

B) People with certain pre-existing conditions

C) All of the above

D) None of the above

 


 

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You should always wash your hands with soap and water after...

A) After going to the bathroom

B) Before eating

C) After blowing your nose

D) After making dinner

E) All of the above

 


 

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Wearing a mask in public...

A) Prevents you from contracting the coronavirus

B) Does absolutely nothing

C) Prevents others from contracting the coronavirus

E) All of the above

F) None of the above

 


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Minnesota’s ‘Stay Safe’ means...

A) Wearing masks is no longer necessary.

B) All businesses can and should open fully

C) Practice social distancing

D) It's all clear/good luck out there

E) None of the above


You should call your health care provider if...

A) If you have a fever

B) If you have shortness of breath

C) If you have pain in your chest

D) C

E) B and C

F) All of the above

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Answers:

1) C

2) A,B,C

3) F

4) C

5) C

Stay healthy and stay safe.

(CDC) (MN Dept Health)