UF: Model Shows How Masks and Social Distancing Could Control Coronavirus

UF: Model Shows How Masks and Social Distancing Could Control Coronavirus

While the world awaits a vaccine or effective treatment for COVID-19, a UF professor’s mathematical model has shown that the coronavirus can be controlled by non-pharmaceutical measures such as social distancing and the use of face masks in public — but only if widely complied with and implemented for an appropriate period of time.

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