2021
DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-319061/v1
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COVID-19 in the Brazilian Oil Capital: the successful experience of public and private engagement

Abstract: Background Brazilian strategy to overcome the spread of COVID-19 has been particularly criticized due to the lack of a national coordinating effort and an appropriate testing program. Here, a successful approach to control the spread of COVID-19 transmission is described by the engagement of public (university and governance) and private sectors (hospitals and oil companies) in Macaé, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, a city known as the National Oil Capital. Methods Until the 38th epidemiological week, over … Show more

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