Sensitivity of number of symptomatic cases averted to uncertainty in parameters for increased length of stay or admission rate for asymptomatic individuals.
figureposted on 2022-02-28, 18:30 authored by Camden D. Gowler, Rachel B. Slayton, Sujan C. Reddy, Justin J. O’Hagan
The percent change in number of symptomatic cases averted in the Homogeneous Model when run to equilibrium and then either a decolonization intervention (γint = 0.035) or a transmission-based intervention (θ = 30%) implemented.
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