UC Berkeley researchers found that travel restrictions, business and school closures, shelter-in-place orders and other non-pharmaceutical interventions averted roughly 530 million COVID-19 infections across the six countries and has likely avoided many millions more infections. Continuation of these policies after the study period has likely avoided many millions more infections. The findings come as leaders worldwide struggle to balance the enormous and highly visible economic costs of emergency health measures against their public health benefits, which are difficult to see. Series: "UC Berkeley News" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 37389]
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