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1 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2024―May―27 Respiratory illness of unknown cause as an early signal of the COVID-19 pandemic Rosalie Chen, Mohana Kunasekaran, Aye Moa, Samsung Lim, Abrar Chughtai, Elizabeth Kpozehouen, et al. (+3)
2 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2024―Apr―12 Some Specific Biological Risks of SARS-CoV-2 Infected Syrian Hamsters at Animal Biosafety Level - Lab 3 Anna Vilkova, Islamov Rinat, Nurkeldi Turebekov, Gabdulrafik Sarsengaliyev, Alisher Salavatov, Galina Kovalyova
3 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2023―Sep―11 Decreased Legionnaires’ disease incidence in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020-2022 Devarajulu Reddy, Diviya Alex, Christina Zonunmawii, Sabarish Prabhu, D.N. Dhiliban
4 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2023―Sep―04 Enhancing Capability of Surveillance actors in using Evidence Informed Decision Making on COVID-19 Response in Nigeria. Igwe Akpa, Anne Nneka Onu
5 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2023―Sep―04 Lessons Learned from COVID-19 to better address future threats to global health security: A Critical Analysis of Experts Perspectives Dicky Budiman, Neneng Nurlaela, Vivi Setiawaty, Cordia Chu
6 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2023―Jul―03 Detention of citizen journalists who reported on the outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan Joel Keep, David Heslop
7 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2023―Feb―26 Current Trends of Lassa fever amidst COVID-19 Pandemic in Nigeria Jeremiah Oluwamayowa Omojuyigbe, Habeebullah Jayeola Oladipo, Moriam Adesola Adegbite, Yusuf Babatunde, Taiwo Oluwaseun Sokunbi, Oluwakorede Adedeji, Ibrahim Abdulmumin
8 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2023―Feb―17 COVID-19-associated encephalitis. Braidy Sutton, Damian Honeyman, Adriana Notaras, Ashley Quigley
9 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2023―Jan―09 Engaging medical laboratory scientists in future pandemics: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria Victor Chisom Makata, Moses Chukwuemeka Ekwebelem, Victor Godwin Essien, Fortune Benjamin Effiong
10 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Dec―19 SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant: a systematic review of transmissibility and severity in children Damian Alexander Honeyman, Elise Buisson, Danielle Hutchinson, Mohana Kunasekaran, Jannik Aagerup, Xin Chen, et al. (+2)
11 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Nov―02 COVID-19 Health Literacy in Rural and Urban Communities in Nigeria: A Key Strategy for Improving the COVID-19 Outbreak Response Olayinka Stephen Ilesanmi, Aanuoluwapo Adeyimika Afolabi
12 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Knowledge, attitudes and practices towards COVID-19 among populations of Islamabad and Rawalpindi during lockdown: A cross-sectional survey Nazia Hassan Khan, Nadia Nisar, Jamil A Ansari, Mumtaz Ali Khan, Sana Habib Abbasi, Aliya Jabeen, et al. (+3)
13 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 An Automated COVID-19 Exposure Surveillance System for EMS Clinicians Andrew Naumann, Kathleen Tully
14 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Factors associated with noncompliance of COVID-19 guidelines recommended by Government of Pakistan for international travelers arriving at Islamabad International Airport Sara Saeed, Ambreen Chaudhry, Zeeshan Baig, Khurram Akram, Zakir Hussain, Mumtaz Ali Khan, et al. (+2)
15 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 The effectiveness of non-pharmaceutical interventions on outbreaks of COVID-19 in aged care and long-term care facilities: A meta-analysis Princy Poovanna Natolanda, Ashley Quigley, Aye Moa, Chandini Raina MacIntyre
16 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Examining Bangladesh’s responses to COVID-19 in light of Vietnam: Lessons learned Md. Nazmul Huda, Helal Uddin, Md Kamrul Hasan, James Sujit Malo, Minh Cuong Duong, Muhammad Aziz Rahman
17 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Perceived Risk and Associated Factors towards COVID-19 infection among the residents of Ondo State, Southwest Nigeria Elvis Efe Isere, Ikeoluwapo Ajayi, Adewale Moses Adejugbagbe, Samuel Femi Abiona, Nosa Eniye Omorogbe, Omotola Tolulope Akinrinade, et al. (+2)
18 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Assessment of COVID-19 linked fear perception in the community of Pakistan, 1 June to 31 July 2020 Wajiha Waqar Ali, Amber Malik, Rabia Basray, Wajiha Haq, Muhammad Wasif Malik, Muazam Abbas Ranjha, et al. (+6)
19 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 COVID-19 outbreak in Islamabad resulting from a travel-associated primary case: A case series Shafiq Ur Rehman, Moin Iqbal Qaisrani, Sana Habib Abbasi, Aliya Jabeen, Mumtaz Ali Khan, Jamil A Ansari, Aamer Ikram
20 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Watching Brief: Report on Covid-19 outbreaks in India Babitha Suseelan Bhargavi
21 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 An analysis of COVID-19 outbreaks in schools in South and Southwestern United States using open-source data Deepti Chawla, Mallory Trent, Aye Moa, Haley Stone, C Raina MacIntyre
22 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Building Health System Resilience in Africa During the COVID-19 Pandemic Aanuoluwapo Adeyimika Afolabi, Olayinka Stephen Ilesanmi
23 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 The changing dynamics of HIV/AIDS during the Covid-19 pandemic in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh - a call for action Muhammad Anwar Hossain, Iryna Zablotska-Manos
24 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Emergency remote teaching during COVID-19 pandemic lockdown: Nigeria University students' perspective Obiageli Ifeoma Ikwuka, Amaka Charity Okoye, Samuel Ade Olanikawu, Victoria Chidiebele Udenwa, Chinyere Celina Okoye, David Chibuike Ikwuka
25 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Demystifying COVID-19 pandemic modelling for policymaking Raina MacIntyre, David James Heslop
26 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Lessons learnt from decentralization of COVID-19 response in a southwest state of Nigeria Adewale Moses Adejugbagbe, Akinola Ayoola Fatiregun, Modupeola Oluwakemi Dosumu, Olaoye Itse, Francis Adegoke Akanbiemu, Stephen Fagbemi, et al. (+3)
27 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Navigating Uncertainty: Evaluation of a COVID-19 Surge Workforce Support Program, Australia 2020-2021 Amy Elizabeth Parry, Samantha Colquhoun, Aimee Brownbill, Brigid M Lynch, Tambri Housen
28 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Willingness to Participate in Testing, Contact Tracing, and Taking the COVID-19 Vaccine among Community Members in a Southwestern State in Nigeria Victor Okoliko Ukwenya, Temiloluwa Adeola Fuwape, Olayinka Stephen Ilesanmi, Aanuoluwapo Adeyimika Afolabi
29 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Global COVID-19 vaccine equity and the booster dose in low-resource countries: A decolonizing global health perspective M. A. Rifat, Md. Nazmul Huda, Ateeb Ahmad Parray, Uday Narayan Yadav, Rashidul Alam Mahumud, ARM Mehrab Ali, Sabuj Kanti Mistry
30 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Hesitancy towards a COVID-19 vaccine in selected countries in Africa: Causes, effects and strategies for improving COVID-19 vaccine uptake Mbuzeleni Hlongwa, Aanuoluwapo Adeyimika Afolabi, Tafadzwa Dzinamarira
31 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Watching Brief: The evolution and impact of COVID-19 variants B.1.1.7, B.1.351, P.1 and B.1.617 Hermione Williams, Danielle Hutchinson, Haley Stone
32 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 COVID-19 Variants of Concern in Australia, September 2020- April 2021 Danielle Hutchinson, Hermione Williams, Haley Stone
33 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Strengthening Tuberculosis Diagnostics and Healthcare Amidst COVID-19: A Call to Action Emmanuel Ebuka Elebesunu, Emmanuel Chisom Ani, Ekene Emmanuel Anyabolo, Tobenna Anthony Onyemeh, Odinaka Kingsley Obeta
34 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Observations on the current outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 Delta Variant in Sydney Rick Nunes-Vaz, C Raina Macintyre
35 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2022―Oct―20 Greater Sydney SARS-CoV-2 Observations from the 16th of June to the 13th of July Haley Stone, Samsung Lim, Mohana Kunasekaran, Rick Nunes-Vaz
36 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2021―May―04 Estimation and prediction of doubling time for COVID-19 epidemic in Bangladesh: a study of first 14 month’s daily confirmed new cases and deaths Mohammad Farhadul Haque, Mohammad Meshbahur Rahman, Sheikh M Alif, Emily Akter, Shomrita Barua, Gowranga Kumar Paul, Najmul Haider
37 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2021―May―04 Early signs of COVID-19 in Pakistan Taimur Mahmood, Moiz Javed, Raina MacIntyre, Aye Moa
38 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2021―May―04 Domestic violence amid the COVID-19 lockdown: a threat to individual safety Olayinka Stephen Ilesanmi, Modupe Ariyo, Aanuoluwapo Adeyimika Afolabi
39 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2021―May―04 In the room where it happens: The consequences of the lack of public health expertise during the COVID-19 pandemic C Raina MacIntyre, Nancy Binkin
40 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2021―May―04 Are Emergency Services’ Emergency Operation Centres COVID-19 Ready? Alan Mclean
41 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2021―May―04 Keeping in-school adolescents safe from COVID-19 sequelae to the suspension of school lockdown restriction Olayinka Stephen Ilesanmi, Olayemi Olaniyi Olaleye, Aanuoluwapo Adeyimika Afolabi
42 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2021―May―04 Estimating COVID-19 Virus Prevalence from Records of Testing Rate and Test Positivity Arnout JW Everts
43 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2021―May―04 COVID-19 waves in Africa: Effects of outbreak response and interventions Olayinka Stephen Ilesanmi, Aanuoluwapo Adeyimika Afolabi
44 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2021―May―04 Using the Bradford-Hill criteria to assess causality in the association between CHADOX1 NCOV-19 vaccine and thrombotic immune thrombocytopenia C Raina MacIntyre
45 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Sep―25 Rumour and social stigma as barriers to the prevention of coronavirus disease (COVID-19): What solutions to consider? Md. Nazmul Huda, Rubana Islam, Mohammed Owais Qureshi, Sunitha Pillai, Syeda Zakia Hossain
46 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Sep―25 Investigation of early epidemiological signals of COVID-19 in India using outbreak surveillance data Shruti Premshankar Nair, Aye Moa, Raina Macintyre
47 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Sep―25 COVID-19 in the Rohingya refugee camps of Bangladesh: challenges and mitigation strategies Nusrat Homaira, M Saiful Islam, Najmul Haider
48 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Sep―25 Translational Strategies to Control and Prevent Spread of COVID-19 in the Rohiynga Refugee Camps in Bangladesh Abu-Hena Mostofa Kamal, Dr Md. Nazmul Huda, Dr Colleen Anne Dell, Dr Syeda Zakia Hossain, Shuheli Shaila Ahmed
49 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Sep―25 Evaluation of the COVID-19 Laboratory-Based Surveillance System in Islamabad-Pakistan 2020 Atifa Mushtaq, Aamer Ikram, Ambreen Chaudhry, Marva Sandhu, Fawad Khalid, Shahzad Hussain, et al. (+3)
50 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Sep―25 COVID-19 Outbreak Situation in Nigeria and the Need for Effective Engagement of Community Health Workers for Epidemic Response Whenayon Simeon AJISEGIRI, Olumuyiwa O. ODUSANYA, Rohina JOSHI
51 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Sep―25 COVID-19: the gut to lung hypothesis Natalia Skorzewska
52 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Sep―25 COVID 19 Pandemic & Pakistan; Limitations and Gaps Nadia Noreen, Saima Dil, Saeed Ullah Khan Niazi, Irum Naveed, Naveed Ullah Khan, Farida Khudaidad Khan, et al. (+2)
53 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Sep―25 Outcomes Reported for Australian First Nation Populations for the Influenza A(H1N1) 2009 Pandemic and Lessons for Future Infectious Disease Emergencies: a Systematic Review Alana Gall, Charlee Law, Peter Massey, Kristy Crooks, Ross Andrews, Emma Field
54 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―May―07 Disinfection measures and control of SARS-COV-2 transmission Phelipe Magalhães Duarte, Vivian Tallita Pinheiro de Santana
55 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Feb―28 Global spread of COVID-19 and pandemic potential C Raina MacIntyre
56 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Feb―07 Wuhan novel coronavirus 2019nCoV C Raina MacIntyre
57 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Feb―07 Wuhan novel coronavirus 2019nCoV - update January 27th 2020 C Raina MacIntyre
58 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Feb―07 The risk of selective investment in downstream pandemic planning Raina MacIntyre
59 [GO] Global Biosecurity 2020―Feb―07 Book review of Pandemics and Polarization: Implications of Partisan Budgeting for Responding to Public Health Emergencies Tara Sklar

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