Étude Comparative De La Situation Épidémiologique De Covid19 En Algérie Par Les Modèles SIR De Propagation Entre Plusieurs Pays
On March 11, 2020, the Covid-19 epidemic became a pandemic according to the WHO, which called for essential protective measures against the new coronavirus to prevent the saturation of hospital spaces in intensive care and strengthen preventive hygiene. A crisis plan in the event of a pandemic is necessary to reduce the risks linked to the appearance of a pandemic, and aimed at ensuring, as much as possible, the basic needs of all. In a scientific context we are trying to assess this pandemic in Algeria via the integration of different experiences from certain countries also suffers from this pandemic and the like in the triggering time (the first infected observation) by the SIR model; which represents the tool for model the spread of this pandemic. This analysis allows assessing the health policy and the precautions used to combat thepandemic.
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