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Public Health Lessons for Non-Vaccine Influenza Interventions: Looking Past COVID-19
ISBN: 978-0-309-08817-6, 192 pages, Soft Cover
ISBN-10: 0-309-08817-8
Copyright: 2022
Edition: 1st
Author: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; National Academy of Medicine
Specialties: Infectious Disease , Public Health
Publisher: National Academies Press
500 5th Street, NW
Keck 360
Washington, DC20001
UNITED STATES
P: 8006246242 F: 202-334-2793
http://www.nap.edu
Imprint: National Academy of Medicine
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The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged the world's preparedness for a respiratory virus event. While the world has been combating COVID-19, seasonal and pandemic influenza remain imminent global health threats. Non-vaccine public health control measures can combat emerging and ongoing influenza outbreaks by mitigating viral spread.

Public Health Lessons for Non-Vaccine Influenza Interventions examines provides conclusions and recommendations from an expert committee on how to leverage the knowledge gained from the COVID-19 pandemic to optimize the use of public health interventions other than vaccines to decrease the toll of future seasonal and potentially pandemic influenza. It considers the effectiveness of public health efforts such as use of masks and indoor spacing, use of treatments such as monoclonal antibodies, and public health communication campaigns.

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