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Relaxing restrictions at the pace of vaccination increases freedom and guards against further COVID-19 waves in Europe

@inproceedings{Bauer2021RelaxingRA,
  title={Relaxing restrictions at the pace of vaccination increases freedom and guards against further COVID-19 waves in Europe},
  author={S. Bauer and S. Contreras and J. Dehning and M. Linden and Emil Iftekhar and Sebastian B. Mohr and 'Alvaro Olivera-Nappa and V. Priesemann},
  year={2021}
}
Mass vaccination offers a promising exit strategy for the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as vaccination progresses, demands to lift restrictions increase, despite most of the population still being susceptible. Using our age-stratified model and curated epidemiological and vaccination data, we quantified at which pace European countries can lift restrictions without overwhelming their health-care systems. The analysed scenarios range from immediately lifting restriction (accepting high mortality… Expand
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