COVID-19 Modeling with Caution in Relaxing Control Measures And Possibilities of Several Peaks in Cameroon
We construct a new model for the comprehension of the Covid-19 dynamics in Cameroon. We present the basic reproduction number and perform some numerical analysis on the possible outcomes of the epidemic. The major results are the possibilities to have several peaks before the end of the first outbreak for an uniform strategy, and the danger to have a severe peak after the adoption of a careless strategy of barrier anti-Covid-19 measures that follow a good containment period.
Tchoumi, S. Y.; Kouakep, Y. T.; Fotsa Mbogne, D. J.; Kamgang, J. C.; Kamla, V. C.; and Bekolle, D.
COVID-19 Modeling with Caution in Relaxing Control Measures And Possibilities of Several Peaks in Cameroon,
Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM), Vol. 16,
1, Article 37.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/aam/vol16/iss1/37