Feasibility of containing shigellosis in Hubei Province, China: a modelling study
BMC Infectious Diseases, September 2020
Jia Rui, Qi Chen, Qiuping Chen, Qingqing Hu, Mikah Ngwanguong Hannah, Zeyu Zhao, Yao Wang, Xingchun Liu, Zhao Lei, Shanshan Yu, Yi-Chen Chiang, Benhua Zhao, Yanhua Su, Bin Zhao, Tianmu Chen
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