Pandemic planning: Government should embrace uncertainty rather than confront it or shy away from it

University of Portsmouth

New research shows the UK’s COVID-19 management decisions were based on an outdated pandemic modelling structure and suggests a more resilient approach would have been more effective.

In the initial months of the pandemic, regular updates using graphs showing how the R number was behaving was the mainstay of the Government’s strategy for tackling COVID-19.

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