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Effects of Interregional Travels and Vaccination in Infection Spreads Simulated by Lattice of SEIRS Circuits

  title={Effects of Interregional Travels and Vaccination in Infection Spreads Simulated by Lattice of SEIRS Circuits},
  author={Yukio Ohsawa and Teruaki Hayashi and Sae Kondo},
The SEIRS model, an extension of the SEIR model for analyzing and predicting the spread of virus infection, was further extended to consider the movement of people across regions. In contrast to previous models that consider the risk of travelers from/to other regions, we consider two factors. First, we consider the movements of susceptible (S), exposed (E), and recovered (R) individuals who may get infected and infect others in the destination region, as well as infected (I) individuals… 
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