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JonRead
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JonRead Sep 18
Could also be poorer identification/reporting of deaths due to covid and/or lower infection rates in general (less connectivity).
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JonRead Sep 18
New review have confirm/deny your hypothesis, Derek.
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Derek Cummings Sep 17
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JonRead Aug 28
Replying to @DebbyBogaert
One worry I have is that the mild illness will make it harder to identify outbreaks in primary schools until it hits older individuals (teachers, parents, grandparents), and potentially more at risk.
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JonRead Aug 22
Replying to @DebbyBogaert
I agree, understanding impact of school reopening on transmission beyond school environment is of prime importance.
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JonRead Aug 18
Replying to @DrToniHo
Could be! We're living through the great respiratory virus evolutionary ecology perturbation experiment. Bound to be an effect of testing effort, and anyone with a cough getting testing.
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JonRead Aug 18
Replying to @DrToniHo
Except their winter has been immediately following a global lockdown (give or take), while ours will be following a global period of some relaxation of control (and increasing travel)?
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Brian Cox Aug 13
If you haven’t got the grades you needed today it’s disappointing, stressful and maybe unfair. I didn’t get the grades I needed. I re-applied at 23 and Manchester let me in. I know all Universities will try to help you, but if it doesn’t work out there will be other chances.
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JonRead Aug 10
Replying to @EPR_HPRU @KelloggsUKI
Ouch, that one is good; how did we miss it?! We could have asked to help promote the study too. Thanks for the RT.
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Isaac Newton Institute Aug 4
Congratulations to Prof Julia Gog, an organiser on Infectious Dynamics of Pandemics programme, who has been awarded the prestigious Rosalind Franklin Award for her great work with on disease modelling
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JonRead Aug 6
Replying to @RevRichardColes
A very grateful thank you from the study team in Lancaster!
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JonRead Aug 6
Hi Sharon, thanks for completing the survey; we a very grafeful. It may be an erroneous space at the beginning or end of the email that causes a problem. Oremail coconet@lancaster.ac.uk saying you would like to be added to the follow-up list.
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JonRead Aug 6
Your best guess for age is fine. I think we will all appreciate a shorter commute :-)
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JonRead Aug 4
Replying to @phantomread_
I thought I had an answer but my Italian is definitely not up to the job!
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JonRead Aug 4
Some interesting findings here for a decent sized sample. I'm constantly struck by how the little variation by age we see in sero-surveillance studies so far (please correct me if wrong!). Guess I've been so used to accounting for age in flu and social mixing studies.
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JonRead Jul 30
2/2 Optional emails are collected independently of submitted data, and can't be linked back. We will stored the data securely at Lancaster, but we plan to release fully anonymised data for other researchers to use during the pandemic.
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JonRead Jul 30
1/2 Hi Jojo, the 'tech' is a simple online questionnaire run via our University's approved system (Qualtrics); there's no app involved. We don't collect any identifiable information from participants.
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JonRead Jul 30
Hi Tim, we don't have a protocol in the traditional medical study sense, but I'm happy to share our ethics application and study material with you.
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JonRead Jul 29
Estimates of the possible effect of school re-openings on reproduction values in Great Britain (sorry we had no social contact data from Northern Ireland). *Not currently peer-reviewed and accepted for publication in a scientific journal*.
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JonRead Jul 29
Were you talking about HK or UK?
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