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Metcalf, C. Jessica E., Dylan H. Morris, and Sang Woo Park. “Mathematical models to guide pandemic response”. Science 369.6502 (2020). Web. Publisher's Version
Haushofer, Johannes, and C. Jessica E. Metcalf. “Which interventions work best in a pandemic?”. 2020. Print.
Mina, Michael J, et al.A Global Immunological Observatory to meet a time of pandemics”. 2020. Print.
Fischer, Robert, et al.Assessment of N95 respirator decontamination and re-use for SARS-CoV-2”. 2020: n. pag. Print.
Wang, Samuel S.-H., et al.Unchecked, COVID-19 could kill more than 50K in N.J., group of scientists says. ‘The lockdown will save lives.’”. Star-Ledger 2020. Print.
Lin, Gary, et al.Explaining the Bomb-Like Dynamics of COVID-19 with Modeling and the Implications for Policy”. 2020: n. pag. Print.
Grantz, Kyra, C. Jessica E. Metcalf, and Justin Lessler. “Super-spreading (over-dispersion) vs. control for COVID-19 introductions”. 2020: n. pag. Print.
Baker, Rachel E., et al.Susceptible supply limits the role of climate in the COVID-19 pandemic”. MedRxiv 2020. Web.
Miller, Ian F., et al.Mapping the Burden of COVID-19 in the United States”. 2020: n. pag. Print.
Morris, Dylan H., et al.Optimal, near-optimal, and robust epidemic control”. 2020: n. pag. Print.
Weitz, Joshua S., et al.Intervention Serology and Interaction Substitution: Modeling the Role of 'Shield Immunity' in Reducing COVID-19 Epidemic Spread”. 2020: n. pag. Print.
Park, Sang Woo, et al.Potential roles of social distancing in mitigating the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in South Korea”. medRxiv 2020: n. pag. Print.
van Doremalen, Neeltje, et al.Aerosol and Surface Stability of SARS-CoV-2 as Compared with SARS-CoV-1”. 2020: n. pag. Print.
Park, Sang Woo, et al.The time scale of asymptomatic transmission affects estimates of epidemic potential in the COVID-19 outbreak”. medRxiv 2020: n. pag. Print.