Reducir la transmisión en diferentes entornos | 25 JUN 20

COVID19: Eficacia del aislamiento, testeo, rastreo de contactos y distanciamiento

Un estudio de modelado matemático muestra que las estrategias combinadas de aislamiento y rastreo reducirían la transmisión más que las pruebas en masa o el autoaislamiento solo
Autor/a: Adam J Kucharski, PhD, Petra Klepac, PhD, Andrew J K Conlan, PhD, Stephen M Kissler, PhD, et al. Fuente: The Lancet Infectious Diseases DOI: Effectiveness of isolation, testing, contact tracing, and physical distancing on reducing transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in different settings: a mathematical modelling study
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