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Background:Healthcare employees work in one of the most dangerous occupational environments. In addition to the normal workplace-related risks, healthcare workers face a variety of hazards as a result of their work last activities .These hazards arise from many sources and include biological agents, chemical agents physical and psychosocial factors in health facilitiesMethodology: This study is a descriptive; cross sectional study conducted at four hospitals in Wasit governorate. The data collection started from December 2020 till the March 2021.The Data were collected by direct interview with the health worker by the researcher, by using a self-reporting questionnaire form the occupation hazard dimension ,which include five domains :physical hazard chemical hazard, biological hazard ,psychological hazard and privation and control. The statistical method used include Mean , Stander Deviation and Chi-square. Statistical significance considered whenever the P value was equal or less than 0.05.Results: The current study found that the highest percentage 254 (57.6%) were in the age group <30 years, there was a distinct females preponderance of 242(54.9%). The highest percentage of occupational hazards were Biological hazards 335(76.0%) followed by psychological hazards 324(73.0%). Conclusions: The study reveals that most health care workers were infected with corona virus during providing health care services.The aim of study to asses occupational risk in some health institution during covid 19 in the study area .