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Title: Human respiratory syncytial virus and influenza seasonality patterns-Early findings from the WHO global respiratory syncytial virus surveillance
Authors: Chadha, Mandeep 
Hirve, Siddhivinayak 
Bancej, Christina 
Barr, Ian 
Baumeister, Elsa 
Caetano, Braulia 
Chittaganpitch, Malinee 
Darmaa, Badarch 
Ellis, Joanna 
Fasce, Rodrigo A 
Kadjo, Hervé A 
Jackson, Sandra 
Leung, Vivian 
Pisareva, Maria 
Moyes, Jocelyn 
Naguib, Amel 
Tivane, Almiro 
Zhang, Wenqing 
Keywords: Salud Global;Virus Sincitial Respiratorio Humano;Gripe Humana
Issue Date: 12-Mar-2020
Journal: Influenza and other respiratory viruses 
Abstract: Human respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) causes illnesses among all age groups and presents a burden to healthcare services. To better understand the epidemiology and seasonality of RSV in different geographical areas, the World Health Organization (WHO) coordinated a pilot initiative to access the feasibility of establishing RSV surveillance using the existing Global Influenza Surveillance and Response System (GISRS) platform.
DOI: 10.1111/irv.12726
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