Linking Cases Crucial To Protection

Oct. 20, 2021, 1:45 p.m.

Linking Covid-19 cases is one the most important ways to keep protected, other than the vaccination. Dr Dion O'Neal of the University of Auckland has been working on a modelling project that shows how the interaction patterns of the Aotearoa population relate to the transmission of Covid-19. The modelling takes into consideration aspects like the ethnicity, age, gender and location of each individual with the intention of providing data that will not only link current cases, but forecast how each location may be affected in the future.

linking Covid-19 cases is c Interaction patterns & how they ressential for us now and into the future.

Modelling Interaction patterns and how they relate to the transmission of Covid-19

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