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  • Northeastern model shows Boston’s coronavirus outbreak began much earlier than previously thought

    Boston Globe - 04/28/2020

    “Between the second half of January and the first half of February,” there were likely enough infected people in Boston “to generate local transmission,” said Alessandro Vespignani, the principal investigator behind the Northeastern model.

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