Vol. 8, Issue 7, Part C (2022)
The health impact of distance education on children and adults during the Corona pandemic in the city of Mecca
This research aims to what are the side effects that expose children and adults to distance education during the Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic, and what are their attitudes and opinions, and the attitudes and opinions of parents for distance education during the Corona Virus Pandemic (COVID-19)And finding solutions and proposals for this problem, An electronic questionnaire was distributed through social media, due to social distancing and preventing crowding in public places (and WhatsApp) to various neighborhoods of Makkah and of different nationalities as well to about more than 1,000 (random samples)people (women and men) and responses were received for about 700 people. Knowing that the participants are residents of the city of Mecca from under 16 years old to over 65 years old.
How to cite this article:
Ahmed A Alsulami, Riyan K Qasim, Hani S Mujalid, Abdulrauf S Serdar, Maher Y Kalantan, Rafat M Albarakati, Hassan Y Faggeha, Ashor M Gashgari, Salah S Alsaedi, Abdulaziz M Alsufyani, Meshal J Alharthi, Basim M Alotaibi, Talal M Alsufyani, Mohammed S Alghamdi, Rahmah M Althobaiti, Ohud R Alsufyani, Amal Y Alzahrani, Hussain H Alsabbagh, Asim A Alhindi, Abdullah A Alsirwani, Ibraheem H Alzahrani, Fahad O Alhuthali, Naif A Alzhrani, Bandar M Alfahmi, Amr M Alsalmy, Sultan A Alzahrani, Mohammed A Alasmari, Abdulmajeed M Alharbi, Abrar F Mashat, Haytham A Alrahily, Khalid M Alomayri, Fasal H Alotaibi, Abdulrahman A Beialy, Mastoor D Alzahrani, Waleed D Alhazmy, Hatem H Hammouda, Jalal A Alyamani. The health impact of distance education on children and adults during the Corona pandemic in the city of Mecca. Int J Appl Res 2022;8(7):194-198.