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Anatomy of an outbreak : a disease threat anywhere is a threat everywhere
  • Published Date:
    October 19, 2017
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    Today’s world is more connected than ever. In as little as 36 hours, a pathogen from a remote village can spread to all major cities in six continents. That is why it is critical to detect, report and respond to outbreaks in a timely manner. 1. Incident Occurs 2. Outbreak Suspected 3. Investigation Started 4. Reporting 5. Global Response Initiated This is a snapshot of an outbreak investigation and does not reflect all the steps that may occur. Information presented in this example depicts a prompt outbreak identification. Several factors affect the investigation and can prolong the timing and results. Delays in response activities can lead to outbreaks spreading quickly and spillover to other communities. CS272346-BB PO anatomy-of-an-outbreak.pdf
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