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Improving Prehospital Care by Developing Interoperable Digital Infrastructure Public

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CoViD-19 has killed millions of people around the world over the past eighteen months, making research mandatory. This includes its diverse effects upon various groups. Statistical analysis included the use of a BRN formula and a percentage breakdown of population versus cases. In doing so, communities with epidemic spread of CoViD-19 could be identified, as well as the hardest-hit groups. Well-off communities had significantly higher BRNs. However, cases occurred in disproportionate amounts in the communities with the lowest infection rates.

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  • E-project-030422-131854
  • 49431
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  • 2022
UN Sustainable Development Goals
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  • 2022-03-04
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