The FAZ Knowledge Podcast with Joachim Müller-Jung and Sibylle Anderl
How can openings work without overloading the intensive care units again? New studies shed light on the connections between vaccinations, openings, test strategies and the influence of the worrisome variants.
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The papers for this episode:
Effect of delaying the second vaccination:
- BF Maier, …, M. Meyer-Hermann, …, K. Lauterbach and D. Brockmann, “Potential benefits of delaying the second mRNA COVID-19 vaccine dose”, arXiv March 1, 2021
Coordination of openings and vaccinations:
- S. Bauer, …, V. Priesemann, “Relaxing restrictions at the pace of vaccination increases freedom and guards against further COVID-19 waves in Europe”, arXiv 10.3.
Correlation between variant frequency, incidence and hospital occupancy:
- T. Mitze, J. Rode, “Early assessment of epidemiological trends associated with SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern in Germany”, medRxiv 10.3.21
British modeling study on the influence of vaccinations
- S. Moore et al., “Vaccination and Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions: When can the UK relax about COVID-19?”, Lancet Infect Dis., 3/18/21
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