Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


contact tracing, efficiency, establishments, online health declaration form


This study of the efficiency of online health declaration forms among customers from selected establishments of Imus City, Cavite, was organized to help determine the level of efficiency of the online health declaration form as a tool to contact tracing, which is utilized by four categories of establishments: Food Services, Government, Health and Wellness, and Leisure Services as perceived by the customers. This concerns the different factors that may contribute to its efficiency: Application, Navigation, and Content. The researchers used a descriptive design and a purposive sampling method to get the necessary respondents for our study appropriately. Data gathered were then tabulated, analyzed, and interpreted with the use of various statistical tools. The results showed that the majority of the respondents’ ages were from 15-24 years old. Under the four categories of establishments, there is no significant difference in their level of efficiency. The study results concluded that the use of online health declaration forms is efficient and beneficial in obtaining data from various people and establishments. However, it is recommended for future researchers that a larger sample be used, more information on the topic be gathered, and to have a more extended research timeframe. Both researchers and establishments alike should note possible room for improvement, and a more uniform format for the health declaration forms for each category is recommended.

First Advisor

Lenard Charles C. Monsada