Development of a risk assessment tool for contact tracing people after contact with infectious patients while travelling by bus or other public ground transport: a Delphi consensus approach

Oliver Mohr, Julia Hermes, Susanne Schink, Mona Askar, Daniel Menucci, Corien Swaan, Udo Goetsch, Philip Monk, Tim Eckmanns, Gabriele Poggensee & Gérard Krause
Background: Tracing persons who have been in contact with an infectious patient may be very effective in preventing the spread of communicable diseases. However, criteria to decide when to conduct contact tracing are not well established. We have investigated the available evidence for contact tracing with a focus on public ground transport aiming to give guidance in what situations contact tracing should be considered. Methods: Relevant infectious diseases suitable for contact tracing in ground transport...
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