MMWR. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Vol. 69, no.9, March 6, 2020
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MMWR. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Vol. 69, no.9, March 6, 2020

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      Brain Injury Awareness Month — March 2020 – Deaths from Fall-Related Traumatic Brain Injury — United States, 2008–2017 / Alexis B. Peterson, PhD; Scott R. Kegler, PhD – Student-Reported School Safety Perceptions, Connectedness, and Absenteeism Following a Multiple-Fatality School Shooting — Broward County, Florida, February 14–21, 2018 / Catherine N. Rasberry, PhD; Ganna Sheremenko, PhD; Catherine A. Lesesne, PhD; India D. Rose, PhD; et al. – E-cigarette, or Vaping, Product Use–Associated Lung Injury Among Clusters of Patients Reporting Shared Product Use — Wisconsin, 2019 / Ian W. Pray, PhD; Sukhshant K. Atti, MD; Carrie Tomasallo, PhD; Jonathan G. Meiman, MD; – Intervention To Stop Transmission of Imported Pneumonic Plague — Uganda, 2019 – Active Monitoring of Persons Exposed to Patients with Confirmed COVID-19 — United States, January–February 2020 / Titus Apangu, MSc; Sarah Acayo, MSc; Linda A. Atiku, MSc; Harriet Apio1; et al. – Notes from the Field: Monkey Bite in a Public Park and Possible Exposure to Herpes B Virus — Thailand, 2018 / Alexander C. Wu, ScD; Steven I. Rekant, DVM; Elizabeth R. Baca; Renee M. Jenkins; et al. – QuickStats: Age-Adjusted Suicide Rates, by Sex and Three Most Common Methods — United States, 2000–2018.
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