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[Preprint] Estimating the Number of Deaths that Could Have Been Prevented with Earlier Lockdown Measures

22 May, 2020 | 04:45h | UTC

Differential Effects of Intervention Timing on COVID-19 Spread in the United States – medRxiv

Commentaries: At Least 54,000 U.S. Deaths Could Have Been Avoided If Lockdown Had Come Two Weeks Earlier – Forbes AND Lockdown Delays Cost at Least 36,000 Lives, Data Show – The New York Times AND Latest Columbia COVID-19 Projections: Delayed Response to Rebound Would Cost Lives – Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health AND Delayed Social Restrictions Led to 36,000 Deaths – U.S. News AND About 83% of US coronavirus deaths could have been avoided if lockdowns were imposed March 1, researchers estimate – Business Insider

 


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