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Models for an exit strategy


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11th May 2020 to 15th May 2020
Deirdre Hollingsworth
Valerie Isham
Denis Mollison
Olivier Restif
Robin Thompson

Due to current events, this is a virtualised programme 

Following the successful reduction in transmission of COVID19 in many countries, questions of how and when to lift interventions are being asked. In this workshop we will address the models and underlying assumptions which would be used to inform these discussion by evaluating assumptions underlying possible exit strategies. This will include measurement and modelling of contacts, immunity, surveillance, and transmission route, and will include participants from both infectious disease modelling and other fields. This workshop will branch out into a number of different work streams over the following weeks.

University of Cambridge Research Councils UK
    Clay Mathematics Institute London Mathematical Society NM Rothschild and Sons