US vaccine rollout was close to optimal at reducing deaths and infections, according to a model comparing 17.5 million alternative approaches
By Audrey L. McCombs, PhD. Candidate in Ecology and Statistics, Iowa State University
Claus Kadelka, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Iowa State University
With limited vaccines available in early 2021, the CDC had to decide which people received vaccines first. With the help of a supercomputer, researchers have shown that the CDC did an excellent job.
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- Wednesday, November 17, 2021