ID-IRI Survey analyzing the deaths of HCWs is accepted for publication

ID-IRI Survey analyzing the deaths of Health Care Workers (HCWs) in 37 countries is accepted for publication in International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 

In the paper, we made a call to WHO Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to post national data on their website.

I would like to thank Prof. Daniel Lucey from Georgetown University and as the IDSA counterpart for his great contributions to the study. Moreover, I would like to thank our collaborators in the participating countries for providing their national data.

Thanks to our group.

Best wishes

List of Collaborators

Bilal A. Rahimi (Afghanistan), Edmond Puca (Albania), Raksana Jalilova (Azerbaijan), Rezaul Karim Ripon and Abu Hena Mostafa Kamal (Bangladesh), Sajini Souda (Botswana), Michael M. Petrov (Bulgaria), Alfonso J. Rodriguez-Morales (Colombia, Peru), Gaspar Del Rio and Julio Benavides, (Colombia), Rok Civljak (Croatia), Matúš Mihalčin (Czech Republic), Signe Maj Sørensen (Denmark), Ashraf Wegdan (Egypt), Pierre Tattevin (France), Ivan Hung (Hong Kong), Hema Prakash Kumari Pilli (India), Masoud Mardani (Iran), Antonio Cascio (Italy), Jamal Wadi Al Ramahi (Jordan), Sadie Namani (Kosovo), Leonel Lagunes (Mexico), Ranjit Sah (Nepal), Marija Dimzova (North Macedonia),  Nenad Pandak (Oman), Altaf Ahmad (Pakistan), Rami H. Alabadla (Palestine Gaza), Joanna Zajkowska (Poland), Lurdes Santos (Portugal), Roxana Cernat,  Viorel Rotila, Egidia Miftode (Romania), Haurace Nyandemoh (Sierra Leone), Anna Liskova (Slovakia), Jordi Rello (Spain), Anas Jouhar (Syria), Amel Letaief (Tunisia), Effrossyni Gkrania-Klotsas and Sylviane Defres (United Kingdom), Daniel Lucey (USA), Uktanjom Suvankulov (Uzbekistan).   

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