Evaluating the effect of public health intervention on the global-wide spread trajectory of Covid-19

  title={Evaluating the effect of public health intervention on the global-wide spread trajectory of Covid-19},
  author={Z. Hu and Q. Ge and S. Li and L. Jin and Momiao Xiong},
  • Z. Hu, Q. Ge, +2 authors Momiao Xiong
  • Published 2020
  • Business, Medicine
  • medRxiv
  • As COVID-19 evolves rapidly, the issues the governments of affected countries facing are whether and when to take public health interventions and what levels of strictness of these interventions should be, as well as when the COVID-19 spread reaches the stopping point after interventions are taken. To help governments with policy-making, we developed modified auto-encoders (MAE) method to forecast spread trajectory of Covid-19 of countries affected, under different levels and timing of… CONTINUE READING
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