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Asymptomatic and Minimally Symptomatic COVID-19 in Medical Frontliners: A Case Series from National Cardiovascular Centre Harapan Kita Indonesia

Susandy Oetama,Kevin Moses Hanky Jr Tandayu,Bambang Budi Siswanto,Santi Rahayu Dewayanti,Iwan Dakota,Markus Depfenhart,Markus Meyer.

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COVID-19 has widely spread in Indonesia and threatened health care workers at the frontline. We reported 12 cases of COVID-19 via local transmission among cardiology residents in National Cardiovascular Centre Harapan Kita Indonesia. All cases were asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic. Universal precaution and standardized protective equipment have been used but still ineffective to prevent bacterial transmission. Improper doffing technique and unfitted protective equipment might be responsible for cross infection.

Key words: COVID-19, asymptomatic infections, personal protective equipment, Indonesia

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