Infection prevention and control practices for care of patients in nontraditional settings with focus to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Interim recommendations, 18 May 2020
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This document provides recommendations for infection prevention and control (IPC) practices to be applied during care in nontraditional setting in the context of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). These recommendations are preliminary and subject to review as new evidence becomes available.
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