Nicholas Ogden

Public Health Agency Canada - Public Health Risk Sciences Division

Ontario

Canada

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Scholarly Papers (2)

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School and Community Reopening During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mathematical Modeling Study

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 02 Feb 2021
York University, York University - Centre for Diseases Modeling (CDM), Public Health Agency Canada - Public Health Risk Sciences Division, City of Toronto - Toronto Public Health, City of Toronto - Toronto Public Health, Toronto Public Health, City of Toronto, Department of Mathematics, Shanghai Normal University, York University - Centre for Diseases Modeling (CDM), Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, Université de Montréal and York University - Centre for Diseases Modeling (CDM)
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COVID-19; school reopening; community opening; transmission model; household structure; age structure; household transmission; nonpharmaceutical interventions; workplaces reopen

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Quantifying the Shift in Social Contact Patterns in Response to Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions

Number of pages: 25 Posted: 13 Oct 2020
York University - Laboratory for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, University of Cincinnati - Department of Mathematical Sciences, York University - Laboratory for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, York University - Laboratory for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, York University - Laboratory for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, York University - Laboratory for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, York University - Centre for Diseases Modeling (CDM), York University - Disaster & Emergency Management, University of Toronto - Department of Mathematics, Public Health Agency Canada - Public Health Risk Sciences Division and York University - Laboratory for Industrial and Applied MathematicsXi'an Jiaotong University (XJTU) - The Interdisplinary Research Center for Mathematics and Life Sciences
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social contact patterns, non-pharmaceutical interventions, COVID-19