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Division Head notes: “Much therefore indicates that the outbreak of novel coronavirus in China is receding and that the outbreak did, in fact, peak in late January. This is extremely encouraging news as it shows that all of the measures implemented in China probably have an impact,” External link

ssi-en Wednesday, February 26, 2020 2:10:00 PM CET

Kare Mølbak notes: “Another year will probably pass before the vaccines are tested in larger groups of people,” External link

ssi-en Wednesday, February 26, 2020 2:10:00 PM CET

Kare Mølbak notes: “If the real number of infected people is considerably higher than the reported number of cases, overall mortality will be lower than the currently recorded approx. 2.3% mortality. On the other hand, there are also indications that the serious COVID-19 cases may remain ill for many weeks before they succumb to the infection. This may mean that the mortality would instead increase,” External link

ssi-en Wednesday, February 26, 2020 2:10:00 PM CET

Section Head notes: “Previously, it was assumed that Campylobacter only very rarely causes disease outbreaks. But our results demonstrate that many Campylobacter outbreaks occur in the Danish population and that these outbreaks are predominantly caused by foods” External link

ssi-en Wednesday, February 12, 2020 11:18:00 AM CET

Sten Ethelberg says: "With our research, we characterize the risks of contracting a range of diarrheal diseases. These diseases travel across borders and are usually a significantly bigger problem in low-income countries than they are in Denmark. Therefore, it makes great sense to view the diseases in an international perspective," External link

ssi-en Friday, February 7, 2020 3:06:00 PM CET

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