Health Watch USA Logo COVID-19:  Symptoms, Disablity, Prevention of Spread,
Pediatric Infections & the Opening of Schools
Aug. 5, 2020


This course has three modules, totaling one hour, which presents data and evidence of COVID-19.
1) Time Line 00:00:  COVID-19: Survivability And The Prevention of Spread.
The course discusses the survivability of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19 Virus) in the environment (surfaces, sunlight, humidity, heat) and with different types of hand sanitizers. He also describes research behind the use of masks, eye protection and social distancing along with data indicating the virus may be airborne or aerosolized more commonly than thought. Finally, risks and mitigating strategies are described in various retail and community venues.

2) Time Line 22:36:  COVID-19 Characteristics of the Virus, Symptoms & Long-Term. Disability: The course discusses the characteristics of the SARS-CoV-2 virus along with the body's immune response and dwindling prospects for herd immunity. Characteristics of COVID-19 along with protracted recovery and disability is also discussed.

3) Time Line 43:36: COVID-19: Presentation In Children and When To Open Schools. The course discusses the various presentations of COVID-19 in children, and the risk of childhood transmission to and infections of adults. Current guidance on opening of schools along with international experience on school openings is also discussed.

Health Watch USA COVID-19 Continuing Education Courses Through Southern Kentucky AHEC. Aug. 5, 2020.   Currently credits are discontinued. Must contact Souther KY AHEC    Download Slides

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