Vaccine efficacy and SARS-CoV-2 control in California and U.S. during the session 2020–2026: A modeling study

@article{Mahmud2021VaccineEA,
  title={Vaccine efficacy and SARS-CoV-2 control in California and U.S. during the session 2020–2026: A modeling study},
  author={MD. Shahriar Mahmud and Md. Kamrujjaman and Md. Mashih Ibn Yasin Adan and Md Alamgir Hossain and Md Mizanur Rahman and Md Shahidul Islam and Muhammad Mohebujjaman and Md. Mamun Molla},
  journal={Infectious Disease Modelling},
  year={2021}
}
Background Besides maintaining health precautions, vaccination has been the only prevention from SARS-CoV-2, though no clinically proved 100% effective vaccine has been developed till date. At this stage, to withhold the debris of this pandemic-experts need to know the impact of the vaccine efficacy rates, the threshold level of vaccine effectiveness and how long this pandemic may extent with vaccines that have different efficacy rates. In this article, a mathematical model study has been… Expand

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