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I have a comment also
He is muted
Norway has over 8000 infections, Hungary all together 3500. Population similar.
Rich travelled more. Poor cannot isolate.
Just a quantitative remark: here we are talking about INITIAL growth rate of the disease. I just checked: Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Hungary, Belgium have all very very similar initial growth rate
On the home page of the https://swiss-covid-19.group site you will find 4 simulation attempts of the Covid-19 pandemic in Switzerland.
Wishing you a happy birthday, Jan! Thanks for letting me join the talk today.
Have a Corona Beer!
Sangyong Jeon, Prof.
Happy Birthday, Jan! Gott to go.
Happy Birthday Jan. You look fabulous. I have to go to a meeting.
also hello to: John, Marc, Patrick, Allard and everyone else I met in Tucson and Cape Town
Happy Birthday Jan! Thank you for inviting me to join the talk!
7-day period: elderly homes in Switzerland do not report deaths and positive cases at the weekend
Happy birthday Professor! I wish you many more decades of physics to come with lots of exciting discoveries! Unfortunately I have to sign off, because I have another meeting at 1 pm. Thank you for your invitation!
when was the stay at home order for suffolk county?
Hi All. GGB is Gergely from Budapest :).l
Happy COVID-themed birthday Prof. Rafelski, thanks for letting me join the party!
...and Happy Birthday Jan!
I will have a question/comment by chat:One of the slogans used in the media is ''flatten the curve'', which makes the disease spread slower and buys governent much time.But in these models, unlike with the ''flatten the cruve'', the area under the curve changes a lot with the parameters
Happy Birthday Jan and many thanx for this Invitation. Very informative talks too. Unfortunately have to leave now.