It’s PI day today! PI starts 3.14 and in the American date 3/14 is 14 March!
Celebrate with some pie (PI)!
It would also have been my dad’s birthday had he not passed in 1995.
You may also like to look at my other previous PI day posts:
Green Bottles, Alan's Ark & COVID Odyssey: Alan Grace's vir[tu]al journey
Today is Pi Day (14 March) in New Zealand, called Pi Day because in the US 14 March is written 3/14 and Pi ~ 3.14 (3.14159).
We think that the next future COVID-19 variant may be called PI.
On Pi Day (today) we think it may be appropriate to consider values for Ro for a theoretical PI variant (it does not exist yet).
We consider that PI may be more infectious than the measles.
For definitions see the WELCOME menu.
In a previous post we saw that one person infected with Omicron may infect on average 12.5 to 17.5 other people if there is no quarantine/isolation.
COVID Odyssey: NZ New Year Fear 33 Post #960~ NZ OMICRON: Is Omicron as infectious as the measles?
The upper bound for Ro was 17.5.
In the post we re-evaluated our range estimate for Ro for Omicron in New Zealand.
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