NATIONAL LEVEL QUIZ ON WORLD HEALTH DAY

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NATIONAL LEVEL QUIZ ON WORLD HEALTH DAY 2021 – “Building a fairer, healthier world” quiz Organize by DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY & ZOOLOGY & DEPARTMENT OF N.S.S.- GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, JAGTIAL

WORLD HEALTH DAY 2021

World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated on 7 April every year under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization as well as other related organizations. In 1948, the WHO organized the First World Health Assembly.

April 7 is #WorldHealthDay! Remember 💪, mental 🧠 and emotional 😁 wellbeing. Make being healthy your top priority.

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Quiestion Answers:

Choose the Correct pair of Past themes of World Health Day?

Ans: All the above

Every year on 7 April, the World Health Organization (WHO) celebrates its anniversary, the day its Constitution came into force. How old will WHO be this year (2018)?

Ans: 70

What does universal health coverage (UHC) mean?

Ans: All the above.

How much of the world’s population is not able to obtain the health services they need?

Ans: At least 50% of the world’s population

Who has a part to play in advocating for universal health coverage?

Ans: All of the above

World Health Organization was established in__________?

Ans: 1948

When did WHO reported that smallpox had been eradicated worldwide?

Ans: 1979

he purpose is to limit the incidence of disease by controlling causes and risk factors 

Ans: Primary prevention

ln 1980’s WHO launched programmes to eradicate polio and_____?

Ans: Leprosy

The epidemic helped forge the American two-party system. In Philadelphia, as the death toll mounted, Federalists accused Democrats of a biological terror campaign.

Ans: Yellow fever

The property of a test to identify the proportion of truly ill persons in a population who are identified as ill by a screening test

Ans: Sensitivity

WHO has how many member nations?

Ans: 194


In February 1692, in the Massachusetts village of Salem, eight young women accused their neighbors of witchcraft. Some historians blame the hysteria on a viral fever spread by insects and birds.

Ans: Encephalitis

Which of the following statement is/are correct about Favipiravir?

Ans: All the above are correct

_________is the current director-general of WHO?

Ans: Tedros Adhanom

The WHO has 194 Member States, including all UN Member States, except______and 2 non-UN members, Niue and the Cook Islands? 

Ans: Liechtenstein

How many countries, areas or territories are suffering from novel coronavirus outbreak in the World?

Ans: More than 200

The WHO has its headquarters in ______?

Ans: Geneva, Switzerland

India to Gift 2 lakh Covid Vaccine Doses to UN Peacekeepers on March 27, 2021 Anounced By Minister for External Affairs…..Subrahmanyam Jaishankar

Ans: AstraZeneca Vaccine

The Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare of India

Ans: Dr. Harsh Vardhan

“We are fighting a disease, not people,” said Surgeon General C. Everett Koop. Americans would have to learn not to scorn a population of victims not exactly considered mainstream.

Ans: HIV/AIDS

Scientists blamed stressed-out bats and their habitat loss for this 21st century pandemic.

Ans: All of the above

The bubonic plague anticipates nuclear winter in this brooding stylized film about a knight’s encounter with death upon his return from a holy crusade.

Ans: The Seventh Seal

This epidemic corresponded with the rise of political editorial cartooning. Doctors sued cartoonists for slander, denouncing “atrocious falsehoods.

Ans: 1831 London cholera

Missionaries, it was alleged, had treated this virus with strychnine.

Ans: Measles

Called “the romantic disease,” this affliction was hailed in Victorian times as poetic inspiration. Franz Kafka, John Keats, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Edgar Allen Poe, and Fyodor Dostoevsky all romanticized the disease. Victor Hugo had it cripple the spine of Notre Dame’s famous hunchback.

Ans: Tuberculosis

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