What we know so far about the epidemiology of COVID-19
It has been six months since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the research community has been working tirelessly to understand everything about the disease that can help in controlling its spread. The understanding of several epidemiologic aspects of the disease, such as the mean incubation period or the mean serial interval, has been evolving continuously as research progresses and may vary greatly by country and stage of pandemic. However, many aspects are now sufficiently well known, including mode of transmission, comorbidities, and high-risk populations.
We bring you an infographic that summarizes some of the important information research has uncovered until now so that it is easy to follow at a glance.
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R_Concept_Epidemiology of COVID-19.pdf
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