Guidance on Performing Routine Diagnostic Testing for Patients with Suspected VHFs or Other High-Consequence Disease

This guidance is geared toward clinicians who are responsible for managing and testing clinical specimens for viral hemorrhagic fever or other high-consequence disease. Guidance covers the use of personal protective equipment, laboratory equipment, patient transport, decontamination, and other related topics.
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