Population screening

  • Article
    | Open Access

    Mass gathering events represent a risk for transmission of SARS-CoV-2. Here, the authors describe an experimental indoor test event in which individual contacts were measured and use aerosol and epidemiological modelling to evaluate transmission risks of different types of restrictions in the arena.

    • Stefan Moritz
    • , Cornelia Gottschick
    •  & Rafael Mikolajczyk
  • Article
    | Open Access

    Longitudinal multi-omics measurements are highly valuable in studying heterogeneity in health and disease phenotypes. Here, the authors apply Pareto Task Inference to analyze the clinical lab tests of 3094 individuals and find three wellness states, and one aberrant health state defining this cohort.

    • Anat Zimmer
    • , Yael Korem
    •  & Nathan D. Price
  • Article
    | Open Access

    Safely reducing the necessary duration of quarantine for COVID-19 could lessen the economic impacts of the pandemic. Here, the authors demonstrate that testing on exit from quarantine is more effective than testing on entry, and can enable quarantine to be reduced from fourteen to seven days.

    • Chad R. Wells
    • , Jeffrey P. Townsend
    •  & Alison P. Galvani