COVID-19 Pandemic

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A COVID-19 Pandemic is a pandemic of a COVID-19 disease.



References

2020a

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2020b

2020c

2020d

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Situation Dashboard Snapshot (2020-03-25)

2020e

Figure 1:Date of symptom onset and date of report for cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) (N = 100), based on importation and linkage*,† status — Singapore, January 14–February 28, 2020.

Figure 2: Interval from symptom onset to isolation or hospitalization (7-day moving average), of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19 cases) (N = 100), by importation status — Singapore, January 14–February 28, 2020.

2020f

Figure Symptoms and results of rtPCR testing for SARS-CoV-2 by day of investigation.

2020g

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Figure 1:Illustration of the objectives of community mitigation measures in a scenario of widespread community transmission of COVD-19.