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Volume 14, Number 3—March 2008

Research

Rescinding Community Mitigation Strategies in an Influenza Pandemic

Victoria J. Davey*†Comments to Author  and Robert J. Glass‡
Author affiliations: *Veterans Health Administration, Washington, DC, USA; †Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland, USA‡Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA;

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Mild epidemic (no. illness cases in a community of 10,000 by day) using 10 randomly selected simulations from 100 conducted for each scenario. Top panel shows unmitigated base case epidemic curves. Remaining panels show child sequestering strategy (dark lines) and community sequestering strategy (light lines). Each mitigation strategy is implemented at 90% compliance. (Note change in y-axis scale.)

Figure 1. Mild epidemic (no. illness cases in a community of 10,000 by day) using 10 randomly selected simulations from 100 conducted for each scenario. Top panel shows unmitigated base case epidemic curves. Remaining panels show child sequestering strategy (dark lines) and community sequestering strategy (light lines). Each mitigation strategy is implemented at 90% compliance. (Note change in y-axis scale.)

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