Administrative Controls to Guarantee Implementation of Infection Prevention and Control Measures in the Context of COVID-19, 18 June 2020
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This document focuses on administrative controls to aid in implementing infection prevention and control (IPC) measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. Administrative controls in IPC are part of a series of measures that need to be implemented in the health services to guarantee worker and patient safety during health care provision. These measures further the use of other IPC measures and make the results of their use measurable.
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