CPH research team submits COVID-19 reports to IDPH

Published on April 30, 2020

Researchers from the University of Iowa College of Public Health submitted a report to the Iowa Department of Public Health that presented predictions on COVID-19 activity in Iowa, including expected hospitalizations and deaths. The team also submitted another report that critiqued a frequently cited model developed by researchers at the University of Washington.

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