By Verisk | January 7, 2021

The U.S has seen the highest level of overall infections and deaths from COVID-19, and as vaccines are becoming available, officials have set out an aggressive timeline to get Americans vaccinated. But how fast will we see improvements in cases and deaths as these vaccines slow the spread of the virus? And when can we hope for an effective halt, allowing a safe return to pre-pandemic activities?

To answer these questions in the U.S., Verisk’s Life and Health team has developed some preliminary simulations projecting feasible outcomes of vaccine implementation.

Read the Visualize article “Mathematical Models Show Large Decline in U.S. COVID-19 Cases by Fall”

Categories: Pandemic

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