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Public Sex Life H [v0.72 Public]



Depression is a common mental health disorder. The aim of this study is to determine the level of public awareness regarding this illness, its symptoms, associated factors, available forms of treatment, and the attitude towards depressed people.


Collectively, the level of awareness of depression was acceptable. However, further efforts are necessary to establish public educational programs related to depression in order to raise awareness regarding the disease.


Thank you very much for submitting your manuscript "Bacterial communities of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes differ between crop and midgut tissues" for consideration at PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. As with all papers reviewed by the journal, your manuscript was reviewed by members of the editorial board and by several independent reviewers. The reviewers appreciated the attention to an important topic. Based on the reviews, we are likely to accept this manuscript for publication, providing that you modify the manuscript according to the review recommendations.


The reviewers and I suggest a minor revision of the manuscript. Based on the two reviews, this manuscript for publication should be accepted for publication, providing that authors modify the manuscript according to the review recommendations. Please note. comments from reviewer 2 are provided un attached file.


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The reviewers and the Academic Editor suggest a minor revision of the manuscript. Based on the two reviews, this manuscript for publication should be accepted for publication, providing that authors modify the manuscript according to the review recommendations. Please note. comments from reviewer 2 are provided as attached file.


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We are pleased to inform you that your manuscript 'Bacterial communities of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes differ between crop and midgut tissues' has been provisionally accepted for publication in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.


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We are delighted to inform you that your manuscript, "Bacterial communities of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes differ between crop and midgut tissues," has been formally accepted for publication in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.


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As this was a population-based study, clinical information was not available of all included subjects. We therefore considered access to the ED and hospitalisation as proxy of disease severity. Even if this could limit the accuracy of disease severity assessment, the distribution of deaths in the three groups confirmed a strong association between hospitalisation and the probability of dying of COVID-19 in our cohort. Moreover, defining groups by healthcare service use was more appropriate to support public health decision making since this easily available information could be used to organise testing schedules.


As Atkinson and Petersen discuss, to be able to use these results to make public health decisions, it must be remembered that RT-PCR can identify even fragments of the virus, meaning that subjects who do not have any active replication and are thus not infectious will nevertheless test positive.18


Finally, our results point out that almost all asymptomatic COVID-19 patients and a large proportion of symptomatic patients who will be eligible to discontinue transmission-based precautions (including isolation) according to the most recent WHO recommendations of 27 May 202036 will test positive for SARS-Cov-2 on RT-PCR when released. Since there is still uncertainty regarding whether these same patients are infectious, our results have relevant public health implications. 041b061a72


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