Monitoring COVID-19 infections in Peru

Unraveling and analyzing data, with recommendations from models

By Jacob Unterbrink, Charles Nicholson, Talayeh Razzaghi, Andrés D. González, Yuber Velazco-Paredes and Brayan Alexander Lipe Huamani

In January 2020, U.S. residents anxiously watched their local news broadcast waiting for the inevitable: a government-mandated lockdown with no clear end in sight. Months before, the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen, the virus that causes COVID-19, emerged overseas.

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