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Intervenciones globales no farmacológicas en la pandemia COVID-19

En ausencia de una vacuna COVID-19, evaluamos el papel potencial de una serie de medidas globales de salud pública, llamadas intervenciones no farmacéuticas: mitigación y supresión
Autor/a: Dr. Gustavo Ontiveros y Dr. Scatularo C. Emmanuel Fuente: IntraMed 
INDICE:  1. Texto principal | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
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