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Figure 9

From: Quantifying the shift in social contact patterns in response to non-pharmaceutical interventions

Figure 9

Cumulative infections acquired in workplace, households, community and school settings for all age groups. Community contacts initially contributed to more infections than contacts from remaining three locations, while household contacts played a dominant role in contributing new infections after the closure of non-essential workplaces on March 24. Due to the closure of schools at the beginning of phase 1 on March 14, no more new infections occurred at the school setting (shown in the sub-panel). Estimated mean values are represented by solid lines and the 95% confidence interval (CI) by surrounding shaded regions. CIs based on fitting results to 1000 realizations of the cumulative reported case data in Ontario, Canada

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