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  • Why It’s So Freaking Hard To Make A Good COVID-19 Model

    FiveThirtyEight - 04/01/2020

    Sam Scarpino, a professor at Northeastern University who models infectious diseases, described these as “superspreader events” — situations where some factor, usually something to do with the location rather than the people themselves, boosts the number of cases in a sudden burst. 

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