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There are 4 comments on South Africa Expects 3.4 to 3.7 Million COVID-19 Cases by November

  1. Very interesting article. I didn’t really understand modeling and at least now I have a basic knowledge of it. Brooke Nichols PhD gives some great insight about the process that goes into using modeling as a tool to help poor & middle class people get better health care especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    1. The concept of “community isolation” is very interesting. It makes great sense for communities that are strong and cohesive. I’m curious to hear more about this.

  2. We need the best and the brightest working on the modeling, planning and distribution of resources, informing public of best practices to mitigate the impact and the treating of covid19 infected. Thank you Brooke for your work which will help to save lives.

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