A multilayer network model of Covid-19: Implications in public health policy in Costa Rica

  title={A multilayer network model of Covid-19: Implications in public health policy in Costa Rica},
  author={Fabio Sanchez and Juan G. Calvo and Gustavo Mery and Yury E. Garc'ia and Paola V'asquez and Luis A. Barboza and Mar{\'i}a Dolores P{\'e}rez and Tania Rivas},
  pages={100577 - 100577}

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