COVID-19 North Carolina Collaborative Modeling
Sheps researchers are part of an independent, informal collaborative of data scientists, health services and policy researchers, and epidemiologists who are modeling the impact of COVID-19 on North Carolina.
Brief 1: Hospital Capacity and the COVID-19 Epidemic in North Carolina: Preliminary Estimates (4/6/2020)
Hospital Capacity and the COVID-19 Epidemic in North Carolina: Preliminary Estimates Brief
Brief 2: Flipping the Switch or Adjusting the Dimmer? A Data-Driven Approach for Informing North Carolina’s Reopening Strategy (updated 4/23/2020)
Flipping the Switch or Adjusting the Dimmer? A Data-Driven Approach for Informing North Carolina’s Reopening Strategy Brief
Post-publication correction: the 523 hospitalizations on pages 4 & 5 and exhibit 2 in this brief should be 490, we made an error in our selection/adjustment of the metric for April 15th. The correct version of the exhibit will have a somewhat slower growth rates due to the corrected calculations, but will similarly illustrate the concepts we discuss in the brief. We will post a corrected version of the brief in coming days, and we will continue to track the hospitalization data to inform near-term projections of COVID-19 impact.
Brief 3: Modeling COVID-19 in North Carolina: An Update (4/28/20)
Modeling COVID-19 in North Carolina: An Update Brief
Brief 4: Assessing North Carolina Hospital Capacity: June 2020 Update (6/17/20)
Assessing North Carolina Hospital Capacity
Brief 5: Reported COVID-19 Cases in North Carolina: Trends in Age, Time, and Place (10/20/20)
COVID-19: Trends in Age, Time, and Place
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