A control framework to optimize public health policies in the course of the COVID‑19 pandemicby Igor Pataro et al.
The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic triggered substantial economic and social disruptions. Mitigation policies varied across countries based on resources, political conditions, and human behavior. In the absence of widespread vaccination able to induce herd immunity, strategies to coexist with the virus while minimizing risks of surges are paramount, which should work in parallel with reopening societies.
7th July 2021 • comment