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Mathematical modelling can inform government approaches to controlling the spread of COVID-19 during Phase 2. (Shutterstock)

Simulations help reduce the effects of a second wave of COVID-19

As provinces throughout Canada start to enter Phase 2 of its reopening, mathematical models can help predict and control the spread of COVID-19 with the help of contact tracing.
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New Zealand hits a 95% chance of eliminating coronavirus – but we predict new cases will emerge

There’s now a 95% chance COVID-19 has been eliminated in NZ, according to our modelling. But as NZ prepares to remove limits on large gatherings, it increases the risk of a very large new outbreak.

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