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Journal Scan / Research · September 23, 2021

Effectiveness of COVID-19 Vaccines in Ambulatory and Inpatient Care Settings

The New England Journal of Medicine

 

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The New England Journal of Medicine
Effectiveness of Covid-19 Vaccines in Ambulatory and Inpatient Care Settings
N. Engl. J. Med 2021 Sep 08;[EPub Ahead of Print], MG Thompson, E Stenehjem, S Grannis, SW Ball, AL Naleway, TC Ong, MB DeSilva, K Natarajan, CH Bozio, N Lewis, K Dascomb, BE Dixon, RJ Birch, SA Irving, S Rao, E Kharbanda, J Han, S Reynolds, K Goddard, N Grisel, WF Fadel, ME Levy, J Ferdinands, B Fireman, J Arndorfer, NR Valvi, EA Rowley, P Patel, O Zerbo, EP Griggs, RM Porter, M Demarco, L Blanton, A Steffens, Y Zhuang, N Olson, M Barron, P Shifflett, SJ Schrag, JR Verani, A Fry, M Gaglani, E Azziz-Baumgartner, NP Klein

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