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COVID-19: Novel Coronavirus Content
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  1. Claudine Burton-Jeangros
    Chapter 4: Epidemics and risk communication
    Chapter 1: The challenges of building pandemic response systems based on unique cases
    Chapter 3: Comparing the 2009 A(H1N1) pandemic and 2014 Ebola virus disease
    Published: 2019 Routledge
  2. Leonhard Held, Niel Hens, Philip D O'Neill, Jacco Wallinga
    3: Infectious Disease Data from Surveillance, Outbreak Investigation, and Epidemiological Studies
    5: Key Parameters in Infectious Disease Epidemiology
    6: Contact Patterns for Contagious Diseases
    Published: 2019 Routledge
  3. Yves Beigbeder
    Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and the avian influenza
    The H1N1 flu pandemic crisis and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS)
    Published: 2017 Routledge
  4. Edited ByDavid L. Blazes, Sheri H. Lewis
    Chapters: 4: Surveillance challenges in resource - limited settings
    11: Role of mass gathering surveillance
    6: Effective public health data visualization
    Published: 2016 Routledge
  5. Edited By Sunit K. Singh
    25: Emergence and Pathogenesis of Swine Influenza Viruses in Humans
    6: Aerosol Spread and Communicability of Respiratory Viruses
    7: Environmental Variables in the Transmission of Respiratory Viruses
    Published: 2017 Routledge
  6. Edited By Xuefei Ren, Roger Keil
    Chapter:Global cities and the spread of infectious disease: the case of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in Toronto, Canada
    Published: 2017 Routledge
  7. Edited ByMichael Gleeson, Nicolette Bishop, Neil Walsh
    Chapter 1: Exercise and Infection and Chapter 9: Exercise, nutrition and immune function
    Published: 2013 Routledge
  1. Mark Tristan J. Quimque, Kin Israel R. Notarte, Rey Arturo T. Fernandez, Mark Andrew O. Mendoza, Rhenz Alfred D. Liman, Justin Allen K. Lim, Luis Agustin E. Pilapil, Jehiel Karsten H. Ong, Adriel M. Pastrana, Abbas Khan, Dong-Qing Wei, Allan Patrick G. Macabeo
    Published online: 16 Jun 2020
  2. Laurence Josset, Nicolas Tchitchek, Lisa E Gralinski, Martin T Ferris, Amie J Eisfeld, Richard R Green, Matthew J Thomas, Jennifer Tisoncik-Go, Gary P Schroth, Yoshihiro Kawaoka, Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena, Ralph S Baric, Mark T Heise, Xinxia Peng, Michael G Katze
    Published online: 12 Jun 2014
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    Mark R. Denison, Rachel L. Graham, Eric F. Donaldson, Lance D. Eckerle, Ralph S. Baric
    Published online: 1 Mar 2011
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