Syndromic surveillance of COVID-19 using crowdsourced data
Desjardins, Michael R.
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As of August 20, 2020, COVID-19 has caused ~22.4 million co nfirmed cases and over 789,000 confirmed deaths, globally . However, the global case and death counts are likely much higher due to a variety of factors, such as misdiagnoses during the early stages of the pandemic, testing disparities, and high rates of asymptomatic carriers (up to 50%) of the SARS-CoV-2 virus . Surveillance of COVID-19 has largely relied on confirmed case and death statistics, contact tracing, and projections via epidemiological modeling [3,4]. Furthermore, the timeliness of data availability often suffers from reporting delays due to the incubation period, testing lags, and others
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