Whole-of-society approach for influenza pandemic epicenter Containment exercise in Indonesia.

  title={Whole-of-society approach for influenza pandemic epicenter Containment exercise in Indonesia.},
  author={Ira Wignjadiputro and Christina Widaningrum and Vivi Setiawaty and Endang Widuri Wulandari and Sinurtina Sihombing and Wing Ardi Prasetyo and Muhammad Azhar and Kwang iL Rim and Vincent Pang Junxiong and Wiendra Waworuntu and Mohammad Subuh},
  journal={Journal of infection and public health},

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