The sample in our study consisted of 567 students from the Syrian Private University, 330 of them were from Males accounted for (58%), while females numbered 237 students, or (42%). The average age of these the students are 21.85 years old, while the youngest age being 18 years old, and the oldest age being 33 years old.

The financial condition was bad for 27 students with a percentage of (5%), and it was good for 405 students with a percentage of (71%), and 135 students with excellent statues with a percentage of (24%).

The largest number of students was 495 students residing in the city by (87%), while 72 students Only in rural area accounting (13%). The largest proportion of students was (95%) unemployed, as for 24 students with works, they were in closed places by (4%), and only 6 students with fieldwork (1%).

students were smoking 40%, while the largest number of 342 students were non-smokers by 60%, the average number of cigarettes smoked during the day was 9 cigarettes, where the least number of cigarettes smoked during the day was only one cigarette, while the largest number was 60 cigarettes per day. The average number of years that students smoked was 1.88 years, with the lowest smoking period being one year, and the largest smoking period being 15 years.

Also, 234 students were hookah smokers (41%), the largest percentage of these students smoked the hookah less than 4 times a week (23%), and 72 students smoked it daily (13%), And 114 students were electronic shisha smokers, with a percentage of (20%).

In concern of medical history of the students, 66 students were suffering from asthma at a rate of 12%. Asthma attacks were frequent monthly in the largest proportion of the sample students which amounted to 52%, and also weekly for 15 students at 20%, and more than once a week in 12 patients with a percentage 16%.

15 students were suffering from diabetes by 3%, and 21 students were suffering from high arterial tension by 4%, and 18 students were suffering from heart disease by 3%.

When asked about infection with the Corona virus, the largest number of students, 279, showed symptoms of the disease, but it was not confirmed that they were infected with a PCR smear, and 99 students had been infected and their infection was confirmed by a chest x ray by 17%, 93 students had been infected Their infection was confirmed by a PCR swab by 16%, and 36 students were infected and confirmed by CT scan by (6%), and there were 15 students who had been infected, but they did not show symptoms, but were confirmed by PCR, in contrast it was 45 Only (8%) of students have not been infected with this virus before.

The largest number of students 270 were infected once only by (48%), while 171 students were injured twice by 30%, and the rest of the students were injured three / four times / more than 5 times, where their number was 63, 12, 6, by 11%, 2%, and 1%, respectively.

414 414 students had their injury documented by the doctor only once at a rate of (73%)، while 99 students had documented their injury twice by the doctor at a rate of (30%).

The largest proportion of students reported that the source of acquired infection was from the university (33%), while 141 students did not know the source of infection said (25%), and 129 students said the source of infection was relatives with (23%).

When asked about the symptoms experienced by students infected with the Corona virus, 411 students (72%) found unusual headaches, while 444 students suffered from fever (78%), and (387, 378) students were suffering from coughing and shortness of breath (68% and 67%) respectively.

405 students suffered from hypoxia by 71%, pharyngitis and congestion or rhinorrhea were found in 342/345 students by 60% and 61%, respectively. fatigue, muscle pain, and joint pain in 501, 408, and 423 students, at 88%, 75%, and 72%, respectively.

The students suffered from digestive symptoms such as abdominal pain, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea with a different percentage ranging between 69% for anorexia and 33% for diarrhea.

414 students suffered from a loss of sense of smell by 73%, while 387 students suffered from a loss of sense of taste by 68%.

The oximetry results ranged between 85% and greater than 92%, 132 students had saturation results less than 85% at 23%, and the largest number of students, which numbered 423 students, had a saturation between 85–92%, at 75% of the total number of students, as for the remaining 12 students, the percentage of oxygen was greater than 92%, with a percentage of 2%.

306 students received medical care from the doctor, at a rate of 54%, and 96 students were admitted to the hospital, at a rate of 17%. When the injured patients entered the hospital, 54 students were given oxygen through the mask, 10%, 27 students took oxygen through the nasal fork at 5%, and 15 students took oxygen through the mask with the bag at a rate of 3%. Just. Oral antibiotics were taken in 47 students with a percentage of 7%, while intravenous antibiotics were taken in 67 students with a percentage of 11%.

The symptoms disappeared within two weeks, in 255 students at a rate of 45%, while symptoms in 129 students disappeared during only one week, at a rate of 23%, and as for 120 students of patients, their symptoms disappeared within three weeks at a rate of 21%, and the rest of the students are patients and adults Their number is 63 students, and their symptoms were relieved during a period of more than that, by 11%.

330 students received the corona vaccine, 58% of the time, while 237 students did not take the vaccine, 42%. Among the students who received the vaccine, 99 students took the AstraZeneca vaccine by 17%, while 70 students had taken the Johnson vaccine by 10%, and 55 students had taken the Sputnik vaccine by 8%, and the largest proportion of students took the Pfizer vaccine by 20% of all students.

The most common reason for students not taking the vaccine was lack of conviction, as the number of students who did not take the vaccine for this reason was 102 students (19%), and the second reason for not taking the vaccine was the fear of the side effects of the vaccine, and that for 84 students was (15%).

507 students had dispensed with wearing the muzzle by 89%, and the most common reason for dispensing with the muzzle was due to the vaccination by the students, with a percentage of 47%.

Among the prevention methods that students followed is sterilizing hands, adhering to social distancing, wearing a mask, and finally avoiding visiting crowded places, with different percentages, ranging from 44% for wearing a mask, and 86% for sterilizing hands.

By studying the relationship between the patient’s symptoms and the patient’s gender, we found statistically significant relationships between these two variables, where fever was found in females at a higher rate than in males (84% versus 75%), and thus the p value reached 0.0103, and the same was true for anorexia and nausea Vomiting, where the percentages of females were higher than males (75% vs 65%) and also (38% vs 30%), so the p value values were 0.0188 and 0.046, respectively.

As for the study of the relationship between the presence of symptoms and smoking in the patient, we found a statistically significant relationship between the increase in the incidence of symptoms and smoking in the patient, where the percentage of smokers who suffered from unusual headaches was 81%, compared to only 67% among non-smokers, and thus the value of p value 0.0001, which indicates a meaningful relationship between these two variables. With the same previous results, cough, shortness of breath, hypoxia, and pharyngitis, where the p value was < 0.0001 for the first three symptoms, and 0.0024 for pharyngitis.

By studying the relationship between sex and taking the vaccine and the preventive measures followed, we did not find a relationship between any of them, as the ratios of males and females were equal in relation to taking the vaccine, and they converged in following the preventive measures.

As for the study of the relationship between taking the vaccine and the number of times of infection with the Coronavirus, we found a statistically significant relationship between these two variables, with a p value of 0.0111.