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Knowledge of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) among healthcare providers: A cross-sectional study in Indonesia

Jamil Kurnia Fitri, Winardi Wira, Yufika Amanda, Anwar Samsul, Librianty Nurfanida, Prashanti Nyoman Ananda Putri, Sari Tri Novita Wulan, Utomo Prattama Santoso, Dwiamelia Theresia, Natha Putu Pangestu Cendra, Salwiyadi Salwiyadi, Asrizal Febrivan Wahyu, Ikram Ikram, Wulandari Irma, Haryanto Sotianingsih, Fenobileri Nice, Wagner Abram L, Mudatsir Mudatsir, Harapan Harapan

Year : 2020| Volume: 13| Issue : 9 | Page no: 402-408

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