Screening for infectious diseases among newly arrived asylum seekers, Bavaria, Germany, 2015

@article{Ackermann2018ScreeningFI,
  title={Screening for infectious diseases among newly arrived asylum seekers, Bavaria, Germany, 2015},
  author={N. Ackermann and D. Marosevic and S. H{\"o}rmansdorfer and U. Eberle and G. Rieder and B. Treis and A. Berger and H. Bischoff and K. Bengs and R. Konrad and W. Hautmann and K. Sch{\"o}nberger and Anne Belting and Gisela Schlenk and G. Margos and M. Hoch and Friedrich P{\"u}rner and V. Fingerle and B. Liebl and A. Sing},
  journal={Eurosurveillance},
  year={2018},
  volume={23}
}
Background and aim As a consequence of socioeconomic and political crises in many parts of the world, many European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) countries have faced an increasing number of migrants. In the German federal state of Bavaria, a mandatory health screening approach is implemented, where individuals applying for asylum have to undergo a medical examination that includes serological testing for HIV and hepatitis B, screening for tuberculosis, and until September 2015, stool… Expand
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