Post COVID-19: a solution scan of options for preventing future zoonotic epidemics

Contributors:
  1. David C. Aldridge
  2. Harriet Bartlett
  3. Steven Broad
  4. Donald M. Broom
  5. Neil D. Burgess
  6. Sarah Cleaveland
  7. Andrew A. Cunningham
  8. Maurizio Ferri
  9. Amy Hinsley
  10. Fangyuan Hua
  11. Alice C. Hughes
  12. Kate Jones
  13. George Mayes
  14. Milorad Radakovic
  15. Chinedu A. Ugwu
  16. Nasir Uddin
  17. Christian Walzer
  18. Thomas B. White
  19. James Wood
  20. William J. Sutherland

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Description: This solutions scan was initiated as a collaboration between BioRISC (the Biosecurity Research Initiative at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge), Conservation Evidence based in the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, and numerous other researchers worldwide. This document can be viewed as accompanying the solution scan of non-pharmaceutical actions undertaken for reducing the transmission risks of COVID-19 (Sutherland et al. 2020).

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This solutions scan was initiated as a collaboration between BioRISC (the Biosecurity Research Initiative at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge), Conservation Evidence based in the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, and numerous other researchers worldwide. This document can be viewed as accompanying the solution scan of non-pharmaceutical actions undertaken for reducing the transmissi...

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