Does data from contact tracing help in establishing patterns of behavior and social interactions that lead to infections? There are cases here in the Philippines where patients have no travel history but still get the virus. It is probable that patterns of behavior of other members of the household (for example, working in enclosed and densely populated workspaces) might cause the infection. Just a thought.
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Not following preventive measures
In any case - the reason of lack of discipline in human behavior (not avoiding contacts, not prolonging the distance, not washing the hands, not wearing masks).
There must be a criterion of behaviors that increase the likelihood of a successful transmission, i.e. strengthening the value of an edge between two nodes, in network analysis context.
Actually discussion! This situation affects many countries in a variety of ways. For example, in densely populated countries (for example, Western Europe), the effect of the disease is great. Therefore, it is necessary to work, depending on the social situation. Best wishes, Ozodbek.
Not following preventive measures
Human patterns of behavior are repetitive and therefore can be predicted. I hypothesize that there is a set/combination of behaviors/attributes (i.e. commuting 'x' distance, travelling 'y' hours, working outside 'z' days, etc) along with demographic and geographic variables (i.e. pop'n density) increases the likelihood of infection from person to person. Also, this combination of behaviors can be quantified.
Dear Murtada Al Manifi ! Thank you for recommend and attention. Best wishes, Ozodbek.
I believe it is a general disregard for the evidence that close contact with an infected person will result in infection. This could be due to ignorance of the science, superstition, religious faith (Jesus is my mask), or laziness. Vigilant efforts require a lot of effort and some people are just not interested in doing it.
You might find of interest this white paper of how airborne diseases spread and can be tracked by contact tracing and visualized by network analysis
Thank you for this, Valdis E Krebs
They just don't say the truth about traveling or social isolation....so do not try to look for complicated answers about covid traveling through the air or so...People in the world do not need more fear...ok?
The human is by nature a social animal, the quest for warmth, feeling and meaning to our existence, most have a great impact on the spread. I suggest that our psychological state infused by societal indoctrination (family and community) affects Covid success rate. The modern age under the influence of the feeling of loss or an imposition on our freedom is one to contend with as well, it might be a matter of simple will.
Unfortunately one of the reasons for the continuation of the Krona crisis" COVID-19 " is the faith of some individuals that this disease does not exist in the first place