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Open Access Research Article

COVID-19 Herd Immunity Simulation with Scratch

Dazhuang Wang1 and Leyu Wang2*

1Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia, USA

2Center for Collision Safety and Analysis, George Mason University, USA

Corresponding Author

Received Date: February 11, 2021;  Published Date: February 26, 2021


The total infected population in the pandemic is found to be related to the number of risky contacts a person may have per day. COVID-19 will infect the entire population if the average person has one risky encounter per day. The virus is unlikely to spread further if the average person has lower than 0.23 times risky encounter per day. In this study, herd immunity for COVID-19 is simulated with scratch. The vaccine was added later as a factor in the study.

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