Long term analysis of non-pharmaceutical interventions in SIR model

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Zuzana Chladná Jana Kopfová Dmitry Rachinskii


We propose a new epidemiological model, based on the classical SIR model, taking additionally into account a switching prevention strategy. The model has two distinct thresholds that determine the beginning and the end of an intervention and two different transmission rates

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Chladná, Z., Kopfová, J., & Rachinskii, D. (2020). Long term analysis of non-pharmaceutical interventions in SIR model. Proceedings Of The Conference Algoritmy, , 1 - 10. Retrieved from http://www.iam.fmph.uniba.sk/amuc/ojs/index.php/algoritmy/article/view/1545/809


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