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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
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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.The Conversation

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