COVID-19: Secondary impacts of major disease outbreaks

The Institute of Development Studies developed the report: Secondary impacts of major disease outbreaks in low- and middle-income countries.

Question: What evidence exists regarding the secondary impacts of response and control measures to major disease outbreaks (e.g. SARS/H1N1/MERS/Ebola etc) in low- and middle-income
countries with weak health systems or in pre-existing crises?

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