Katie Li

New Stanford COVID-19 model delineates reopening risks

The model provides strong evidence that reducing the capacity of businesses greatly deterred the transmission of the virus when it first began to spread. “If we did not socially distance or reduce our mobility back in March, 30% of an entire population would be infected in a single month,” associate professor of computer science Jure Leskovec said in an interview with The Daily. “This would have spread like fire.”
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