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On the document 'Fese.docx', please add for Research Question 3 a T_TEST and for Research Question 5 a SPEARMAN CORRELATION. Note, Independent Variable: Research question 5 relate to survey questions 30 and 31 NOTE The following research questions and hypotheses will be explored during this study: RQ1: What are African-born immigrants' current knowledge on policies related to health insurance coverage, immigration status (visa type), and a usual source of care during the COVID-19 pandemic? RQ2: Does the immigration status (visa type) of African-born immigrants significantly affect their access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic? H02: Immigration status does have an effect on African-born immigrants’ access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic? Ha2: Immigration status does have an effect on the access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) for African-born immigrants during the COVID-19 pandemic? RQ3: Does access to transnational resources (i.e., social support from friends/family/community in host country, financial support friends/family/community in native country, and physician support in native country) significantly affect access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) by African-born immigrants during the COVID-19 pandemic? H03: There is no significant statistical effect of transnational resources (i.e., social support from friends/family/community, financial support friends/family/community in native country, and physician support in native country) on access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) with reference to African-born immigrants during COVID-19. Ha3: Access to transnational resources ( (i.e., social support from friends/family/community in host country, financial support friends/family/community in native country, and physician support in native country) does have an effect on the access to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) by African-born immigrants during COVID-19. RQ4: Does an African-born immigrant’s country of origin ( i.e., East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, North Africa, and South Africa) significantly affect their knowledge of and satisfaction with the U.S. health care system during COVID-19? H04: African-born immigrant’s country of origin ( i.e., East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, North Africa, and South Africa) does not significantly affect their knowledge of and satisfaction with the U.S. healthcare system during COVID-19. Ha4: African-born immigrant’s country of origin ( i.e., East Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, North Africa, and South Africa) does significantly affect their knowledge of and satisfaction with the U.S. health care system during COVID-19. RQ5: Is there a statistically significant relationship between African-born immigrant’s cultural health beliefs ( i.e., the use of traditional medicine/healing practices and religious/ spirituality practices) and the number of visits annually to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic? H05: There is no statistically significant relationship between African-born immigrants' cultural health beliefs ( i.e., use of traditional medicine/healing practices, religious and spirituality practices) and the number of visits annually to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic? Ha5: There is a statistically significant relationship between African-born immigrants' cultural health beliefs ( i.e., use of traditional medicine/healing practices, religious and spirituality practices) and the number of visits annually to a usual source of care (i.e., emergency room, PCP, community clinic) during the COVID-19 pandemic?

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