Pandemic influenza H1N1: Reconciling serosurvey data with estimates of the reproduction number
Background: During the 2009 pandemic of influenza A (H1N1), many studies reported estimates of the reproduction number from outbreak data. Since then, seroprevalence studies have been conducted in a number of countries to assess the proportion of the population that was infected in the first wave of the pandemic. Methods: Here, we collate the reproduction number estimates, and use mathematical models to reconcile these with serosurvey data. Results: Most estimates of the reproduction number...[Show more]
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