COVID-19 and the incidence of neglected tropical diseases: reflections from pandemic times

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Gessi Carvalho de Araújo Santos
Sandra Maria Botelho Mariano
José Bruno Nunes Ferreira Silva

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Santos, G. C. de A., Mariano, S. M. B., & Silva, J. B. N. F. (2021). COVID-19 and the incidence of neglected tropical diseases: reflections from pandemic times . ABCS Health Sciences, 46, e021102. https://doi.org/10.7322/abcshs.2021009.1732
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