The Effects of Stringent Interventions for Coronavirus Pandemic

@article{Tian2020TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Stringent Interventions for Coronavirus Pandemic},
  author={Ting Tian and Wenxiang Luo and Y. Jiang and M. Chen and C. Wen and Wang Pan and X. Wang},
  journal={medRxiv},
  year={2020}
}
The pandemic of COVID-19 has caused severe public health consequences around the world. Many interventions of COVID-19 have been implemented. It is of great public health and societal importance to evaluate the effects of interventions in the pandemic of COVID-19. In this paper, with help of synthetic control method, regression discontinuity and a Susceptible-Infected and infectious without isolation-Hospitalized in isolation-Removed (SIHR) model, we evaluate the horizontal and longitudinal… 
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