Level O ("Other") Case Studies

"Other cases" were initially published elsewhere - or are based on a combination of cases - or were motivated by events in the news. They have been developed by the TraQ coordinator and are offered here as educational resources.

The policies and serological procedures used to investigate the cases reflect general Canadian practices. Such protocols vary widely within Canada and around the world. Individuals should always adhere to the policies developed in their institutions.

IMPORTANT: Our apologies. Due to migration to a new server in August 2018, some of the internal links in Level-O cases are broken. Thanks for your patience.  Many thanks.

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