Scott Williams, PhD: Accuracy in COVID modeling

Public interventions flatten the curve for COVID-19 cases, slowing down the spread over time and preventing a huge spike in infections at once.

Scott Williams, PhD, provides ongoing commentary on COVID-19 modeling in Ohio. Most recently, he commented on why models vary, noting that as behavior changes and the related data reflect that change, predictive models are refreshed.  And, as he notes, one part of effective modeling involves correctly identifying the variables to track. Read the story.