Volume 14, Number 3—March 2008
Rescinding Community Mitigation Strategies in an Influenza Pandemic
|No. epidemics*/1,070 simulations||Fewer than unmitigated base cases|
|Infection rate||<0.1 of population (n = 1,000)|
|Peak illness rate||<0.01 of population (n = 100)|
|Average no. cycles required||<2.0|
|Average days home per adult||Fewer than continuation strategies|
|Average no. days strategies imposed||Fewer than continuation strategies|
*An epidemic is defined in the model as a simulation with a clinical illness rate >1% of the population.
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