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COVID-19 and gender-specific difference: Analysis of public surveillance data in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China, from January 10 to February 15, 2020

  • Shi Zhao (a1) (a2), Peihua Cao (a3), Marc K.C. Chong (a1) (a2), Daozhou Gao (a4), Yijun Lou (a5), Jinjun Ran (a6), Kai Wang (a7), Weiming Wang (a8), Lin Yang (a9), Daihai He (a5) and Maggie H. Wang (a1) (a2)...
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Author for correspondence: Shi Zhao, E-mail: zhaoshi.cmsa@gmail.com. Or Weiming Wang, E-mail: weimingwang2003@163.com. Or Daihai He, E-mail: daihai.he@polyu.edu.hk

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COVID-19 and gender-specific difference: Analysis of public surveillance data in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China, from January 10 to February 15, 2020

  • Shi Zhao (a1) (a2), Peihua Cao (a3), Marc K.C. Chong (a1) (a2), Daozhou Gao (a4), Yijun Lou (a5), Jinjun Ran (a6), Kai Wang (a7), Weiming Wang (a8), Lin Yang (a9), Daihai He (a5) and Maggie H. Wang (a1) (a2)...

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