New Zealand's elimination strategy for the COVID-19 pandemic and what is required to make it work

Baker M.G.,
Kvalsvig A.,
Verrall A.J.,
Telfar-Barnard L.,
Wilson N.
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New Zealand Medical Journal
New Zealand Medical Association


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