Systemic Risk of Pandemic Via Novel Pathogens: Commentary, Part 3 of 6

Excerpt taken from Joseph Norman, Yaneer Bar-Yam, and Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Systemic risk of pandemic via novel pathogens — Coronavirus: A note, New England Complex Systems Institute (January 26, 2020).
My personal projections for the early part of the pandemic in the National Capital Region. For the code, please refer to the link: https://github.com/dylouie/COVID-19-early-projections/

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A medical doctor and internist-in-training who is deeply interested in epidemiology, informatics, mathematics, statistics, complex systems, and data science

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