Northeastern University Model Shows COVID-19 Spread In Boston In February
CBS Boston - 04/28/2020
Models from Northeastern University show coronavirus may have been spreading in the United States earlier than the government thought.
“In the United States, the most internationally connected places are the ones that started the epidemic first, and so we are talking about New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle. Those places we are talking about thousands of infections by early March, end of February,” said Alessandro Vespignani, lead modeling researcher and director of the Network Science Institute at Northeastern University.