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Singaporeans supportive of interventions during deadly infectious disease outbreak

22 Feb 2018

When it comes to stopping a deadly infectious disease outbreak, like in the case of SARS, Singaporeans prefer government interventions such as quarantine, cancellation of mass events and closure of schools.

Led by Associate Professor Alex Cook, Vice Dean (Research), this study recently published in BMJ Open examined Singaporeans’ perceptions towards public health interventions during an outbreak.

 

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