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Introduction: One of the proposed indicators for the prevention and control of COVID-19pandemic disease; is having health literacy components in both dimension Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy and e-health literacy. This study aimed to review the scientific literature related to dimensions studied in Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy.
Methods: This study is a narrative review. The articles addressed Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy searched in Scopus and Web of Science (WoS), and then reviewed.
Results: Studies in the field of Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy are considered in 4 dimensions: covid-19 vaccine hesitancy and Impacts of coronavirus-related health literacy; Special person in societies and Observance of the items regards to coronavirus-related health literacy; knowledge, Attitudes, behavior, perceptions, beliefs and Practices regards to coronavirus-related health literacy and Creating criteria in coronavirus-related health literacy and evaluating with it.
Conclusion: Most studies were in the field of knowledge, Attitudes, behavior, perceptions, beliefs and Practices regards to coronavirus-related health literacy .Due to COVID-19 pandemic disease is a common and highly contagious disease, the need for accurate information and optimal Coronavirus-Related health literacy is more important than ever.