The role of researchers after the COVID-19 pandemic

Abstract

In late 2019, the first cases of a disease, which would come to be known as COVID-19, emerged in a Chinese city, known for being the home to a market where wild animals were relatively common and to a virology laboratory of the highest security level. Coincidence or not, the debate about the origin of the disease involves these two places, and a lot of political interest. On the other hand, the tragedy that became one of the deadliest pandemics ever recorded has several other elements that are more or less important, depending on the moment and context.


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Published
2022-01-05
How to Cite
Lopes, M. V. de O. (2022). The role of researchers after the COVID-19 pandemic. Rev Rene, 23, e72190. https://doi.org/10.15253/2175-6783.20222372190
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Editorial