New answers tagged

1

Yes, there are. This study for France says there is a 1.5% chance of a second wave. This article discusses three different papers modelling successive waves of covid (not only two). As usual, conclusions depend on modelling assumptions and different scenarios. For instance, this article states the outcome depends on how R and other factors (whether the virus ...


-2

My short answer is, "I don't exactly know," but maybe the discussion will still be interesting and a step in the right direction? Also, it has been a while since I looked into it and I don't remember the citations, so it might be worthwhile to follow up elsewhere. My understanding is that lowering the pH of a bleach solution converts the chlorite ion to ...


Top 50 recent answers are included