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Planning for Covid-19 in schools and colleges: An online tool for assessing the effectiveness of separation strategies - Shared screen with speaker view
david corke
18:46
Hi All - fee; free to ask questions along the way
david corke
24:55
Slides will be made available later today
Robert Cottrell
25:47
The daily rate is limited to 50 cases per 100k. is this going to be increased to take account of the current national lvl of 62/100k and locals as high as 500?
david corke
27:38
Good question Robert, we will pick this up in the demo
Robert Cottrell
31:38
thank you for the answer
Ann-Christine harland
36:53
We notice different behaviour between adults (cautious) and 16-18s (more sociable) in terms of social distancing. We also have adults who work in Care Homes / hospitals. The few cases we have had are largely adults tested via external Care home tests. Can the model distinguish between the ages of our cohorts, as I assume the risks of transmission are different and age groups tend not to mix?
david corke
39:30
Will pick your question up in the QA Ann-Christine
Sean Mackney
39:34
Hi Ann-Christine. You can set different parameters for different groups and define your groups as you choose - ie so you could have a group for young people and a different one for older learners, and set that there is no contact between the two groups.
Terry Stevens
55:35
The model is very impressive and I can see many benefits. Have you been able to measure the outcomes for a real life cohort which have resulted in a proactive decision being made?
Simon Lovegrove
01:00:13
Excellent thank you Sean that work around the vocational courses is what I need to look at currently and with use the model for this.
Clare Russell
01:03:59
Thank you - this is an excellent tool that will be extremely useful to us. Apologies I have to leave now.
david corke
01:05:21
any final Qs?
Joanna Frith-Williams
01:06:44
Thank you