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Transmission ‘hot zones’ drive COVID-19 infection patterns, says study – News-Medical.Net

A recent study describes two different mathematical models of high infection zones, which lead to different effects on viral transmission. This underlines the need…

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The onset of colder weather in many parts of the world – particularly the Northern Hemisphere – is predicted to usher in fresh surges in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection rates, hospitalizations and, ultimately, deaths. In order to contain the virus effectively, many models of transmission have been explored.
A recent study published on the medRxiv* preprint server in November 2020 describes two different mathematical models of high infection zones, which lead to different effects on…

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