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COVID-19 may never go away, but practical herd immunity is within reach

By Caroline Colijn, Professor and Canada 150 Research Chair, Department of Mathematics, Simon Fraser University
Paul Tupper, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Simon Fraser University
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It is unlikely that we will reach full herd immunity for COVID-19. However, we are likely to reach a practical kind of herd immunity through vaccination.

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