How much do you agree with the following COVID-19 statements:
The COVID-19 virus is primarily spread by droplets from the mouth, such as from talking, singing, coughing, and sneezing.
Being indoor spreads the infection more than outdoor due to less ventilation.
Masking, hand washing, and social distancing are effective ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Proper masking means using masks that (1) stops droplets from crossing through both sides; (2) covers the entire nose and mouth leaving no gaps between the edges of the mask and face; and (3) avoid touching the mask.
COVID-19 has multiple strains with different level of infectivity and severity, so having been infected before doesn't necessarily mean one cannot be infected again.
No matter the risk factors, there is no good predictor of whether one will get mild, moderate, severe, or critical condition if infected with COVID-19.
Problems can still persist for months or longer after the COVID-19 infection, such as memory problems, brain fog, tiredness, inability to smell or taste.
There is still no cure for COVID-19 but we have evolving treatments that have been shown to have survival benefits.
The Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen vaccines have all been shown to dramatically reduce hospitalization and death from COVID-19.
Someone who has been vaccinated against COVID-19 can still contract and spread the virus although may have significantly less severity and transmission rate.
Anaphylaxis (serious allergic reaction), thrombosis (blood clot), and myocarditis (heart inflammation) from the COVID-19 vaccine side-effects are one in several millions.
Anecdotal testimony (claim based observation without validating data) is the least accurate form of evidence.