At the moment in time, an outbreak of COVID-19 is transmitting on from human to human. Different parts have different quality of life (e.g., India compared to Russia), which implies the impact varies in each part of the world. Although clinical vaccines are available to cure, the question is how to minimize the spread without considering the vaccine. In this paper, via a mathematical model, the transmission dynamics of novel coronavirus with quarantine and isolation facilities have been proposed. The examination of the proposed model is set in motion with the boundedness and positivity of the solution, sole disease-free equilibrium, and local stability. Then, the condition for the existence of sole endemic equilibrium and its local stability has established. In addition, the global stability of the endemic equilibrium for a special case has been investigated. Further, it has shown that the system undergoes a transcritical bifurcation. A threshold analysis has also performed to examine the effect of quarantine on transmission dynamics. Lastly, numerical simulations are giving hand support to theoretical results.
Singh, Manoj Kumar and Anjali, .
(R1507) Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Seqiahr Model: Impact of Quarantine and Isolation on COVID-19,
Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM), Vol. 17,
1, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/aam/vol17/iss1/11