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NCIRS is collaborating on an enhanced first few hundred (FFX) research study that aims to enhance understanding of COVID-19 transmission within households. The study, which is funded by the University of Melbourne and the Australian Partnership for Preparedness Research on Infectious Disease Emergencies (APPRISE), involves collaboration among various partners, including, but not limited to, the Australian Government Department of Health, NSW Health, WA Health, SA Health, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne. NCIRS staff members involved in the study include: Associate Professor Nicholas Wood, Dr Lucy Deng, Dr Andrew Dunn, Evangeline Gardiner.
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