|1.13 Typhoid fever outbreaks have been reduced through public health efforts. The factor
which contributed the least to this reduction was;
A. Improved waste disposal methods
B. Chlorination of water supplies
C. Immunization techniques
D. Techniques for isolating the typhoid organism
1.13 The most important public health reason for treating sewage is to prevent:
A. Nuisances caused by odors
B. Unsightly conditions
C. Aquatic life destruction
D. The spread of diseases
1.13 Cooked foods not immediately served:
A. Offer no hazard in the transmission of food borne disease
B. If properly protected, need no refrigeration
C. Should be cooled quickly and stored below 5° C
D. Can be kept indefinitely at normal refrigeration temperature
1.13 Food handlers with boils or infected wounds should:
A. Be assigned jobs where there is little likelihood of transmission of infection
C. Be allowed to work with no restrictions if the lesion is bandaged.
D. Be discharged from work
1.14 Which of the following statements is true about bacteria?
A. All bacteria are harmful.
B. Some bacteria are harmful.
C. No bacteria are harmful.
D. Only bacterial spores are harmful.
1.13 Which of the following pair of people are at special risk from food poisoning?
A. Nurses and children
B. Children and old people
C. Old people and chefs
D. All of the above
1.13 Primary Health care embraces a holistic approach to health and it includes all of the
A. Health promotion
B. Prevention of diseases
C. Treatment of communicable diseases
D. Rehabilitation (1)
1.19 The following are the sustainable development goals EXCEPT:
A. End hunger, achieves food security and improved nutrition, and promotes home
B .Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning
C. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
D. Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
The Rural Health Motivators are selected by……………….
A. The community members
B. The chief
C. Inner council