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Table 6 Time to influenza peak, epidemiological and modeling studies, 2000–2017a

From: Effectiveness of workplace social distancing measures in reducing influenza transmission: a systematic review

First author, year published Country Influenza strain Interventionb Days to peak
R0 ≤ 1.9 R0 = 2.0–2.4 R0 ≥ 2.5
Lee, 2010 [29] Singapore 2009 influenza A(H1N1) pandemic Multiple Peak later (unspecified) with intervention
Zhang, 2012 [31] Singapore Not reported Single Peak 1 day later with intervention
Mao, 2011 [32] USA Seasonal scenario (R0 = 1.4) and a pandemic scenario (R0 = 2.0) Single Peak 89 days later with intervention Peak 18 days later with intervention
Xia, 2013 [33] China 2009 influenza A(H1N1) pandemic Single Peak 6 days later with intervention
Milne, 2013 [35] Papua New Guinea Pandemic strain Multiple Peak 13 days later with intervention
  1. Abbreviations: R 0 basic reproduction number
  2. aFor the modeling studies (Zhang [31], Mao [32], Xia [33], Milne [35]), time to influenza peak is reported for the general population
  3. bSingle: Workplace social distancing; Multiple: Workplace social distancing and other nonpharmaceutical interventions