Blood borne viruses: Outreach work during the COVID-19 pandemic – Dr Indrajit Ghosh, Specialty Doctor Welcome to your Blood borne viruses: Outreach work during the COVID-19 pandemic - Dr Indrajit Ghosh, Specialty Doctor 1. The Sars COV-2 prevalence amongst the London homeless population during the first lock down was?a. 10 times higher than in the USb. 5 times higher than in the USc. About the same as in the USd. 10 times lower than in the USe. 20 times lower than in the US 2. The 'everyone in' programme has been fully funded until the end of March 2021?a. Yesb. No 3. Which of the following point of care tests are used in the described outreach project?a. HIV Abb. Syphilis Abc. Chlamyida and Gonorrhead. Hepatitis C Abe. Hepatitis B sAgf. Hepatitis D Ab 4. The prevalence of HIV positive tests in this project of 1200 homeless screened was?a. 0.1%b. 0.5%c. 1.0%d. 1.5%e. 3.0% 5. Opportunities to improve outreach work in the homeless population are plentiful, which of the list below are the ones this project has identified so far?a. Peer supportb. Hotlinec. VOT (video observed treatment)d. Click and collect treatmente. STI screening Time is Up!