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Fig. 7 | BMC Public Health

Fig. 7

From: Perceived utility and feasibility of pathogen genomics for public health practice: a survey among public health professionals working in the field of infectious diseases, Belgium, 2019

Fig. 7

Percentage of participants (n=116) selecting a particular WGS provision model by level of action, Belgium, 2019. 1 = Centralization of sequencing and bioinformatics at one central sequencing center, 2 = Centralization of sequencing and bioinformatics at National Reference Centers (which are organized per pathogen or group of pathogens), 3 = Decentralized point-of-care sequencing (at frontline laboratories), but centralization of bioinformatics (mixed model), 4 = Decentralization of sequencing and bioinformatics, but mandatory submission of isolates to a national repository, 5 = Decentralization of sequencing and bioinformatics, but mandatory submission of raw sequence data to a national repository, 6 = Decentralization of sequencing and bioinformatics, but mandatory submission of bioinformatics output to a national repository

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