Stanford laptop mannequin predicts how COVID-19 spreads in cities

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PALO ALTO, Calif. — Stanford researchers have developed a pc mannequin they are saying can predict how COVID-19 spreads in cities – all primarily based on cellphone knowledge.

Their findings point out that almost all infections happen at tremendous spreader websites like gyms and eating places the place individuals are in touch for longer.

Researchers consider their mannequin might help inform the general public and policymakers, permitting them to higher stability well being dangers with financial losses.

Right now knowledge has been collected from 98 million Americans in ten completely different main cities.

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