Nina Masters is a doctoral candidate in epidemiology at the University of Michigan Medical School. She is committed to improving disease outcomes of populations by highlighting and clarifying the role of spatial heterogeneity and untimely vaccination within and between communities.
Scientists have learned a few things over the past six months as the COVID-19 pandemic has continued. We’ve learned that the virus that causes COVID-19 transmits particularly well when a group of people are together in a small, poorly ventilated area. We’ve learned that young people are just as susceptible as older people to infection. […]