Pandemic panic and anxiety in developing countries. Embracing one health offers practical strategies in management of covid-19 for africa

Kasozi K.I.,
Mujinya R.,
Bogere P.,
Ekou J.,
Zirintunda G.,
Ahimbisibwe S.,
Mata-Ma K.,
Ninsiima H.I.,
Echoru I.,
Ayikobua E.T.,
Ssimbwa G.,
Musinguzi S.P.,
Muyinda R.,
Ssempijja F.,
Matovu H.,
Macleod E.,
Anderson N.E.,
Welburn S.C.
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Pan African Medical Journal
African Field Epidemiology Network


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