COVID-19 and the worldwide actions to mitigate its effects using 3D printing

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Longhitano GA, da Silva JVL | Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine doi: 10.2217/3dp-2021-0004 (2021) (Epub ahead of print) Keywords: 3D printing • additive manufacturing • coronavirus • COVID-19 • medical devices • pandemic • PPE More than a year has passed since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) had its first patient documented on 19 December 2019 [1]. According to the COVID-19 Map from Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, the disease spread through 192 countries, infecting more than 121 million people and killing more than 2.68 million until 18 March 2021 [2]. Countries face a second or even a third wave, new measures are being...

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