Technical Note. Adapting the First Level of Care in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Interventions, Modalities, and Scope, 23 April 2020
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This Note elaborates on Recommendation 1 of the document on the Reorganization and Expansion of Health Services as a frame of reference for reorganizing services at the first level of care and progressively structuring priority programs, as well as the set of activities that each country will identify as essential to ensure continuity of care for individuals, families, and communities during sustained community transmission of COVID-19 and in the context of each country.
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