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  1. A cluster-randomised controlled trial to test the efficacy of facemasks in preventing respiratory viral infection among Hajj pilgrims
  2. Changes in the prevalence of influenza-like illness and influenza vaccine uptake among Hajj pilgrims: A 10-year retrospective analysis of data
  3. No evidence of MERS-CoV in Ghanaian Hajj pilgrims: cautious interpretation is needed
  4. Respiratory viruses in Hajj pilgrims
  5. Influenza Vaccination Among Australian Hajj Pilgrims: Uptake, Attitudes, and Barriers
  6. Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial to Test Effectiveness of Facemasks in Preventing Influenza-like Illness Transmission among Australian Hajj Pilgrims in 2011
  7. Pneumococcal Vaccine Uptake Among Australian Hajj Pilgrims in 2011-13
  8. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) Survey Concerning Antimicrobial Use among Australian Hajj Pilgrims
  9. Foot Injuries Among Hajj Pilgrims with and Without Diabetes Mellitus: Implications for Infection Management
  10. Australian Hajj pilgrims’ knowledge about MERS-CoV and other respiratory infections
  11. Acute febrile respiratory infection symptoms in Australian Hajjis at risk of exposure to Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus
  12. Prevention of influenza at Hajj: applications for mass gatherings
  13. Unmasking Masks in Makkah: Preventing Influenza at Hajj