Development and evaluation of the use of a virtual health filter survey in a private primary education system in Baja California Mexico during the SARS-CoV-2 contingency (COVID-19)

G. S. Romo-Cárdenas, M. A. Cosío-León, G. J. Avilés-Rodriguez, N. Isiodoro-Carballo, E. Zuñiga-Violante, J. dD. Sánchez-López, J. I. Nieto-Hipólito

This work reports on the design, implementation and evaluation of a survey used as a remote sanitary filter, which was applied in the Adventist Educational System of Baja California. During the SARS-CoV-2 sanitary contingency. This with the intention of acquiring information safely and in real time. Allowing to safeguard the integrity of the educational community as a whole. Accessible and easily distributed digital resources were used in order to meet the necessary requirements of distribution, acquisition and management of the information. These were adapted to the previously established communication dynamic of the educational system. The use of the survey as a sanitary filter allowed to acquire relevant health information from the student community and facilitated decision-making regarding class attendance by their tutors.These in consideration to the conditions established by educational and health authorities. Despite the short time during the design and implementation, the communication of the educational system allowed the effective distribution, application and monitoring of the digital survey. Similar strategies can be used in the follow-up during the reactivation after lockdown and to analyze social components that may be involved in these scenarios

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