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Lessons Learned in Infection Prevention for Ebola Virus Disease and the COVID-19 Pandemic-Principles Underlying Prevention

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Lessons Learned in Infection Prevention for Ebola Virus Disease and the COVID-19 Pandemic-Principles Underlying Prevention

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Delivery of care to patients with highly communicable diseases balances the potential risk of transmission from the patient-to-healthcare personnel (HCP) with the risks to the patient of delayed or reduced access to needed interventions.

Date

2021-01-11

Citation

Shenoy, Erica S., and David J. Weber. 2021. "Lessons Learned in Infection Prevention for Ebola Virus Disease and the COVID-19 Pandemic—Principles Underlying Prevention." Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology:1-10.

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