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Some excellent tweets on pandemics

Francois Balloux
@BallouxFrancois
午後11:39 · 2020年3月14日
(1) We don't know to what extent covid-19 transmission will be seasonal. (2) We don’t know if covid-19 infection induces long-lasting immunity.

I believe that the covid-19 pandemic is the most serious global public health threat humanity faced since the 1918/19 influenza pandemic. There are major differences between the two events but I suspect there will also be similarities that may emerge once we look back.

Nicholas A. Christakis
@NAChristakis
午前1:21 · 2020年3月7日

An assessment of where COVID-19 falls with respect to the pandemics that periodically afflict our species, and an argument that, in terms of scale and mortality, it may resemble the 1957 pandemic


There were 3 different waves of illness during the pandemic, starting in March 1918 and subsiding by summer of 1919.


午後11:59 · 2020年3月15日

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