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Figure 6

From: Logistics of community smallpox control through contact tracing and ring vaccination: a stochastic network model

Figure 6

Faster contact tracing may improve the efficacy of ring vaccination. We assume the same baseline parameters as in Figure 3A (e.g. households of size 4, workplace/social groups of size 8, 95% of household contacts traceable, 80% of workplace/social contacts traceable), and 30 ring vaccinations available per day (with contacts of contacts not traced). The fast scenario corresponds to an average one day delay for household and two days for workplace/social contacts (as in Figure 3A); the slow scenario corresponds to an average five day delay for household and ten day delay for workplace/social contacts. This figure shows the average of one hundred realizations starting with ten index cases.

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