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Mostafaei A, Hajebrahimi S, Sadeghi-ghyassi F, Mostafaei H, Abolhasanpour N, Nasseri A, et al . Can Wearing a Face Mask Protect from COVID-19? A Systematic Review. Iran J Med Microbiol. 2020; 14 (2) :101-107
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مصطفایی علی، حاجی ابراهیمی سکینه، صادقی فاطمه، مصطفایی هادی، عبدالحسن پور نسرین، امیرضا ، و همکاران.. آیا پوشیدن ماسک صورت می تواند از COVID-19 محافظت کند؟ بررسی سیستماتیک. مجله میکروب شناسی پزشکی ایران. 1398; 14 (2) :101-107

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