In this thesis, the prevention of virus infections in three important risk populations - namely travellers, immunocompromised patients (ICP) and healthcare workers (HCW) - was investigated. The studies reported in the chapters give insight in how well these risk groups are protected, show methods to detect individuals in risk populations that are insufficiently protected and discover the causes of this suboptimal protection. Finally, the aim is to provide information regarding the current situation needed to intervene in the right places to optimize protection against virus infections in populations at risk.

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E.C.M. van Gorp (Eric)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
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Department of Virology

Doornekamp, L. (2021, April 14). Targeted prevention and control of virus infections in risk populations. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/135635