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Volume 28, Supplement—December 2022
SUPPLEMENT ISSUE
Synopsis

Adopting World Health Organization Multimodal Infection Prevention and Control Strategies to Respond to COVID-19, Kenya

Daniel KimaniComments to Author , Linus Ndegwa1, Mercy Njeru1, Eveline Wesangula1, Frankline Mboya1, Catherine Macharia1, Julius Oliech1, Herman Weyenga1, George Owiso1, Kamau Irungu1, Ulzii-Orshikh Luvsansharav2, and Amy Herman-Roloff2
Author affiliations: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Nairobi, Kenya (D. Kimani, L. Ndegwa, M. Njeru, F. Mboya, J. Oliech, H. Weyenga, A. Herman-Roloff); Ministry of Health, Nairobi (E. Wesangula, K. Irungu); US Department of Health and Human Services, Nairobi (C. Macharia); International Training and Education Center for Health, Nairobi (G. Owiso); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (U.-O. Luvsansharav)

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Figure 2

Epidemic curve for COVID-19 in general population and healthcare workers, Kenya, 2020.

Figure 2. Epidemic curve for COVID-19 in general population and healthcare workers, Kenya, 2020.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

2These senior authors contributed equally to this article.

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