Characteristics of human encounters and social mixing patterns relevant to infectious diseases spread by close contact: a survey in Southwest Uganda
Authorsle Polain de Waroux, O
Grais, R F
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JournalBMC Infectious Diseases
AbstractQuantification of human interactions relevant to infectious disease transmission through social contact is central to predict disease dynamics, yet data from low-resource settings remain scarce.
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