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The importance of spatial heterogeneity in disease transmission

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posted on 2024-06-12, 23:31 authored by Emily Paige Harvey, Dion R. J. O’Neale

Spatial heterogeneity in disease transmission rates and in mixing patterns between regions makes predicting epidemic trajectories hard. Quantifying the mixing rates within and between spatial regions can improve predictions.

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