Estimation of the COVID-19 burden in Egypt through exported case detection

  title={Estimation of the COVID-19 burden in Egypt through exported case detection},
  author={Ashleigh R. Tuite and Victoria Ng and Erin E. Rees and David N. Fisman and Annelies Wilder-Smith and Kamran Khan and Isaac I. Bogoch},
  journal={The Lancet. Infectious Diseases},
  pages={894 - 894}

Study the Awareness of COVID-19 among a Sample of Medical Students in Egypt

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Estimation of the risk of COVID-19 mortality among physicians in Egypt

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Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the neurosurgical practice in Egypt

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Hospitals early challenges and interventions combatting COVID-19 in the Eastern Mediterranean Region

Hospitals are the backbone of COVID-19 response, and their resilience is essential for achieving universal health coverage, and multi-pronged policies are required to strengthen hospitals resilience and prepare health systems for future outbreaks and shocks.

Coping with COVID-19 Prolonged and Cumulative Stressors: the Case Example of Egypt

Results helped to identify potentially effective interventions with COVID-19 victims that focus on WTELS, spirituality, and religiosity and validated the central role of WTELS.

The impact of Covid-19 pandemic on the institutional change in developing countries

Motivation: The Covid-19 pandemic is having a critical impact on economies, especially in developing countries. Such a serious external shock affects the distribution of economic rents, thus leading

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Pandemic Potential of a Strain of Influenza A (H1N1): Early Findings

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