|from the original on 9 November 2020||The Infection Protection Act is a law for the prevention and control of infectious diseases, which, among other things, enables the public health officer to order an autopsy in the case of notifiable infectious diseases|
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|Bohn MK, Mancini N, Loh TP, Wang CB, Grimmler M, Gramegna M, et al||The Korea Heral|
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|from the original on 15 March 2021||The study expanded during mid-2020 to assess efficacy and safety of BNT162b2 in greater numbers of participants, reaching tens of thousands of people receiving test vaccinations in multiple countries in collaboration with Pfizer and Fosun|
It is authorized for use in people aged twelve years and older in some jurisdictions and for people sixteen years and older in other jurisdictions, to provide protection against , caused by infection with the.
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