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Researchers at GSU are modeling the real-time global spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and their visualizations reveal one key takeaway: we are truly interconnected, across all borders and oceans.
The forecasts based on deaths provides additional information to compare the forecasts based on global cases. Researchers in the School of Public Health have found forecasts based on deaths are less affected by temporal variations in testing rates.
This report estimates the impact on Georgia’s economy and sales tax revenues during this unprecedented pandemic. Though the ultimate depth and duration of the impact cannot be known at this time, we develop alternate cases of low, moderate and severe reductions in business volumes and then estimate economic impacts using the IMPLAN economic model for Georgia
Georgia State scientists, including Dr. Christopher Basler in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences, are joining the race to unravel how the new coronavirus operates — and find effective treatments.