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SIR-M Epidemic Model: A SARS-CoV-2 Perspective

Publication Type : Conference Proceedings

Publisher : Springer

Source : International Conference on Computing

Campus : Amritapuri

School : School of Computing

Center : Algorithms and Computing Systems

Year : 2022

Abstract : The outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 in November 2019 has been modeled into the Susceptible-Infectious-Recovery (SIR) model initially. The second wave outbreak of the mutant SARS-CoV-2 has statistically proved to hold an exponential growth of mortality rate, especially in India. The infection-recovery strategy observed could be easily modeled to the SIR(Susceptible-Infectious-Recovery) model. Also, the studies included the exposure to the virus resulting in SIER (Susceptible-Infection-Exposure-Recovery) model. The daily statistics published by the World Health Organization (WHO) also reveal unavoidable statistics that represent the count of deaths. As of May 30, 2021, India has reported 27 million total infected cases, and 32 hundred thousand deaths have been reported. This alarms that the spread of pandemics cannot be visualized as a simple SIR model. The significant ratio between the infected and the mortals leads to remodeling the SIR model as SIR-M(Susceptible-Infectious-Recovery-Mortality) model. This paper includes the death count into the model and remodels the SIR model as SIR-M(Susceptible-Infectious-Recovery-Mortality) model. Our proposed model includes a factor, namely

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