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An age-structured SEIR model for COVID--19 incidence in Dublin, Ireland with framework for evaluating health intervention cost

@inproceedings{Jaouimaa2021AnAS,
  title={An age-structured SEIR model for COVID--19 incidence in Dublin, Ireland with framework for evaluating health intervention cost},
  author={Fatima-Zahra Jaouimaa and Danielle P. Dempsey and S. V. Osch and Stephen Kinsella and K. Burke and J. Wyse and James Sweeney},
  year={2021}
}
Strategies adopted globally to mitigate the threat of COVID–19 have primarily involved lockdown measures with substantial economic and social costs with varying degrees of success. Morbidity patterns of COVID–19 variants have a strong association with age, while restrictive lockdown measures have association with negative mental health outcomes in some age groups. Reduced economic prospects may also afflict some age cohorts more than others. Motivated by this, we propose a model to describe… Expand

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