Impact of delays on effectiveness of contact tracing strategies for COVID-19: a modelling study
The Lancet Public Health, August 2020
Mirjam E Kretzschmar, Ganna Rozhnova, Martin C J Bootsma, Michiel van Boven, Janneke H H M van de Wijgert, Marc J M Bonten
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