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Figure 6

From: Continuous learning and inference of individual probability of SARS-CoV-2 infection based on interaction data

Figure 6

Comparison with average contact tracing on different scales between infected people and non-infected people. The base unit of the ratio is 500. The ratio shows the comparisons between infected people and non-infected people. The dashed line refers to the performance of ordinary contact tracing, and the solid line of the same color means the result obtained by the proposed method. If the testing follows the order of probability generated by our approach for a bigger group of people than the purple lines demonstrate, \(\frac{1500}{24781} \approx 6\% \) of people need to be tested in comparison with contact tracing, which means reducing up to 94% of screening resources usage.

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