Monthly Archives: July 2020
I’ve been following the virus for over 37 weeks now. Originally I thought that it would be very limited, but that changed about 36 weeks ago, when the numbers began to rise and we found out more about it. The infected seem to consist of a lot that are in recovery, currently 36% increasing at […]
Here I’ve generated a model of a free roaming infectious virus that is new to a community. This is based on semi-unrestricted growth and herd immunity building up, but doesn’t allow for immunity degeneration due to age. But on the scale of 5 years this will probably be a minor effect.