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Agreement with employer influenza vaccination requirements among us healthcare personnel during the 2016–2017 season

  • Marie A. de Perio (a1), Xin Yue (a2), A. Scott Laney (a3), Stacie M. Greby (a4) and Carla L. Black (a4)...
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Author for correspondence: Marie A. de Perio, MD, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1090 Tusculum Ave, R-9, Cincinnati, OH 45226. E-mail: mdeperio@cdc.gov

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Agreement with employer influenza vaccination requirements among us healthcare personnel during the 2016–2017 season

  • Marie A. de Perio (a1), Xin Yue (a2), A. Scott Laney (a3), Stacie M. Greby (a4) and Carla L. Black (a4)...

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