Factors influencing the epidemiological characteristics of pandemic COVID 19: A TISM approach

Published on Apr 20, 2020in International journal of healthcare management
· DOI :10.1080/20479700.2020.1755804
S. Lakshmi Priyadarsini2
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(Victoria College),
M. Suresh14
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(Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham)
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Abstract
The COVID 19 is a pandemic having an epidemic nature influencing the human health and economy in a global level. The major limitation to overcome the issue is the lack of potential vaccines or effe...
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