A brief mathematical model for yellow fever

Felipe Hikari Kawahama, Patricia Romano Cirilo, Leonardo Bacelar Lima Santos, Elbert Einstein Nehrer Macau


The threat of an infectious disease’s outbreak, which may cause severe consequences around the globe, is a cause for concern to the whole world. In Brazil, for instance, the country is trying to deal with the risk of the Yellow Fever. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) in the most recent outbreak, dating back to 2017, about 200 deaths caused by the disease were registered in Brazil’s southeast region alone. This situation brings into question if it’s possible to get relevant mathematical models that could help to predict the infection’s dissemination in a given population. [...]

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