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JCR. 2020; 7(13): 4520-4524


LOGISTIC MODEL IN THE TIME OF COVID -19 IN ITALY

Kamal Kumar, Promila, Sheetal.

Abstract
The happening of the new corona virus grimy in Wuhan city Hubei zone in December 2019 possess a enormous risk to china and even public health safety. The virus has been also spread to other countries like Italy, America, Spain, Japan, and India. Many other countries also effected by this virus. On ongoing world-wide epidemic of corona virus 2019, a novel infectious disease sourced by severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus (SARS-COV-2) was first confirmed to have reach to Italy on 31 January 2020, when two Chinese tourist in Rome tested positive for this virus. Italy is recording the highest number of covid-19 infected people in Europe. Italy have the first nation facing the new enemy in the western world and fighting every day against all the economical and social implications of the virus. In this article we show a simple mathematical analysis of the infection growth with two models to better understand the evolution of the infection in Italy.



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