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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Non-pharmaceutical public health interventions for pandemic influenza: an evaluation of the evidence base.

Survey questionnaire results. *Hospital = inpatient acute care hospital, inpatient long-term care facility or any inpatient setting; 'Ambulatory' = emergency departments, ambulatory hospital care, urgent care centers, providers' offices, clinics or other community-based healthcare settings and includes care delivered in the community by first responders; 'Community' = schools workplaces, churches, malls, stadiums, etc,; 'Home' = care delivered in private residences. †None = overseas cases only; Elsewhere = no cases in your state/locality/jurisdiction; Early Localized = cases your state/locality/jurisdiction; Advanced = widespread human-to-human transmission in the US §Since some items were left blank, the indicated results were based on 9, 10, 11 or 12 responses (of out of a possible 13). All remaining results are based on all 13 responses. Green Circle (insert '=') Recommendation for use (46/200 items (23%))Red Circle (insert '=') Recommendation against use (37/200 items (18.5%))(insert space) Clear Circle (insert '=') Disagreement (117/200 items (59%) (insert space) Dash (insert '=') Not Applicable (respondents were instructed to leave blank)

Julia E Aledort, et al. BMC Public Health. 2007;7:208-208.

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